Causing or meant to cause laughter
the play is so inane as to be comic
A humorous drawing or engraving.
A publication in book or magazine format containing a story or collection of stories in the form of comic strips; originally one with chiefly humorous or action-based content intended for children, often containing collections of newspaper comic strips, later also one dealing with a broad range of subjects and intended for adults.
A novel intended to elicit laughter or amusement, typically having a happy or conciliatory ending.
A writer of comedies.
A humorous song.
Involving a combination of heroic and comic elements; specifically designating poetry or other literature which humorously imitates the heroic style, especially in dealing with mundane or ridiculous subject matter.
A comic in which the principal ingredient of the stories is love.
An opera that portrays humorous situations and characters, enhanced by much spoken dialogue
A sequence of drawings in boxes that tell an amusing story, typically printed in a newspaper or magazine
Combining the serious and the comic; serious in intention but humorous in manner or vice versa
A humorous anthology published once a year.
A person with an exceptional talent or aptitude for comedy.
A singer of comic songs.
The choice or judgement of when something should be said or done so as to cause the maximum amount of amusement or laughter.
Humorous content in a dramatic or literary work intended to offset more serious episodes
A humorous (sometimes illustrated) presentation of the alphabet, typically making use of rhyme or wordplay.
A writer of comic novels.
A postcard with a humorous illustration, often of a sexual nature.
A humorous valentine card.
A series of comic strips published online