quote by Jean-Luc Godard

To live in society today is like living in one enormous comic-strip.

— Jean-Luc Godard

Delicious Comic Strips quotations

Cheating on a quiz show? That's sort of like plagiarizing a comic strip.

In comic strips, the person on the left always speaks first.

Looking back Little Lulu was an early feminist, but at the time I just thought she was a really feisty developed comic strip character.

In the dance, one finds the cinema, the comic strips, the Olympic hundred meters and swimming, and what's more, poetry, love and tenderness.

Happiness isn't good enough for me! I demand euphoria!

I've always just loved drawing and loved cartoons.

Growing up, I loved Disney films, I loved The Simpsons, and I was a big fan of the comic strip Calvin & Hobbes and the way that they would have weird fantasy and then down-to-earth funny character comedy.

If you want to see a comic strip, you should see me in the shower.

I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write it, and I'd bet I wouldn't lose 10% of my papers over the next twenty years. Such is the nature of comic-strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste.

I never storyboard. I hate it. I don't understand why so many directors want to make comic strips of their films.

The term comics long ago became obsolete and inaccurate.

It merely defined the content of the early joke-based comical strips. Sequential Art is a more accurate description of the form. I first suggested it because I believed something needed to be done to correct the feeling of inferiority by artists and writers in this field.

The world of a comic strip ought to be a special place with its own logic and life... I don't want the issue of Hobbes's reality settled by a doll manufacturer.

I started writing when I was 9 years old.

I was like this weird kid who would just stay in my room, typing little funny magazines and drawing comic strips.

I hope some historian will confirm that I was the first cartoonist to use the word 'booger' in a newspaper comic strip.

I suppose I would still prefer to sit under a tree with a picnic basket rather than under a gas pump, but signs and comic strips are interesting as subject matter.

Peellaert's comic strips were the literature of intelligence, imagination and romanticism.

I suppose if we couldn't laugh at things that don't make sense, we couldn't react to a lot of life.

Well, I'm always working on my comic strip and trying to, you know, keep cranking that out.

The comic strip is what I looked at, and it's another reason I did it.

The comic strip, where animals would comment on human behaviour, interested me.

You learn just by trying and experimenting.

By the time I was 14, I had my own comic strip in the Kansas City paper.

I say, if you believe what you read in the comic strips, then you believe that mice run around with little gold buttons on their red pants and drive cars.

There were influences in my life that were more important than journalism, such as comic strips and radio.

I remember back when I was a kid there was a comic strip called Plastic Man.

His body was elastic and he could make his extremities as long as he wanted. As a youngster I didn't fully appreciate. But I'm now thinking Plastic Man was probably pretty popular with the ladies.

For a long time I wanted to be a comic strip artist but when I started doing them in my teens they were getting really elaborate with tons of poses and a lot of information.

We're having the first computer-generated comic strip in the United States.

It's gratifying to hear that from people who care about comic art.

I never know what to make of it when someone writes to say, "Calvin and Hobbes is the best strip in the paper. I like it even more than Nancy."

Comic strips introduced me to metaphors.

They are pure metaphor, so you learn how to tell a story with symbols, which is a very valuable thing to learn. And I learned that from motion pictures, too, and from poetry. Poetry is mainly metaphor. If it doesn't have a metaphor, it doesn't work.

I answered an ad, for a campus cartoonist at the university I was in, my freshman year. I was like, Oh, I can draw, and I'm sort of a funny guy. I should try this. Then they paid me to do a comic strip for the paper.

Strip it all down to essentials and draw the hell out of what's left.

It's a magical world, Hobbes, ol' buddy... Let's go exploring!

Readers have told me that their children have learned to read after years of struggle after starting to read Garfield's comic strip and many people who have moved to the United States have said that they, too, learned English by reading Garfield.

Gamma rays are the sort of radiation you should avoid.

Want proof? Just remember how the comic strip character "The Hulk" became big, green, and ugly.

Along with all else, Sandman is a comic strip for intellectuals, and I say it's about time.

Comic strips are like a public utility.

They're supposed to be there 365 days a year, and you're supposed to be able to hit the mark day after day.

I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write it, and I'd bet I wouldn't lose 10 % of my papers over the next twenty years. Such is the nature of comic-strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste.

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