American comic strip of 1920
A comic strip is a series of panels with cartoon drawings in them that make a story. Sometimes comic strips are humorous, and sometimes they are serious. Famous examples of comic strips are:
There are comic strips in newspapers and on the web. Comic strips on the web are called webcomics. Penny Arcade and Xkcd are famous webcomics.
Jimmy Hatlo's They'll Do It Every Time was often drawn in the two-panel format as seen in this 1943 example.
Gene Ahern's The Squirrel Cage (January 3, 1937), an example of a topper strip which is better remembered than the strip it accompanied, Ahern's Room and Board.
Russell Patterson and Carolyn Wells' New Adventures of Flossy Frills (January 26, 1941), an example of comic strips on Sunday magazines.