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A comic book is a bound collection of strips, each of which typically tells a single story or a gag (joke) in a few panels or else a segment of a continuous story. Most of the more popular newspaper comic strips eventually are collected over a varying period of time and published in book form.

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The 3rd Estate claimed that out of the three estates, they were the ones to pass laws and create reforms. However, the first two estates disagreed and locked them out of the meeting. The delegates broke into a tennis court, and vowed to continue to meet under the Tennis Court.

After the war, strips continued to get smaller and smaller because of increased paper and printing costs. The last full-page comic strip was the Prince Valiant strip for 11 April 1971. Comic strips have also been published in Sunday newspaper magazines.