The definition of comic strips is a combination of story lines and cartoons in series of pictorial panels across a page. The dialogues and thoughts of the characters on these comic strips are indicated in balloons with written speech.
Some examples of daily comic strips are Garfield, Nancy, Peanuts, Betty, Ziggy and Dilbert.
Daily comic strips are published every day in the newspapers. They are a series of humorous illustrations and cartoons where you can laugh with their funny stories.
The cartoons were very popular on the 19th century. They have balloons with the speech of every character and that is when the idea of the newspaper comic strip started. They become popular because they were used as a medium for expression of religious and political ideas.
The first comic strip using balloons was the 'Yellow Kid' (1827), and the first strip with a regular cast of characters was 'Max und Moritz' (1865), which appeared originally in periodicals and later as separate publications.
Nowadays, daily comic strips are still very popular and they keep appearing on the newspaper editions. For example from Monday to Saturday you can enjoy the funny stories of 'The Duplex' written by Glenn McCoy, 'Close to Home' by John McPherson, 'Calvin and Hobbes' by Bill Watterson, the worldwide famous 'Archie' and some other more.
Daily comic strips are a great way to take a deep breath after reading the news about our world. They are a good escape and laugh while reading the newspaper and having a cup of coffee. Reading about fantasy, adventures and humor experiences of the comic characters can make your day a little bit happier.
If you haven't read them, check them out, you can get it almost any newspaper on any given day. Most of the time they are silly and funny and you will laugh even if you are not in a good mood. For those who like them and just like to read them every day, let's hope they will always be published.