Best 273 of Comic quotes - MyQuotes
I read comic books and stuff but I didn't know a lot about it.
Hitler was a beginner compared to the comic-book industry.
I'm sure this is a diversionary ploy. But that doesn't mean it isn't real." -Abe Sapien
If I could, I would live in Houston, and I would encourage any comic starting out looking for a good place to develop to move there.
I'm not a comic book guy at all.
I love comic books. Since I was a kid, I've collected them.
There is no decision to be more or less comic. I don't feel more or less humorous in my day-to-day. These things are accidental.
Agatha Clay: "I've never had coffee. Lilith said a young lady shouldn't drink stimulants." Zeetha: "Drink your coffee like a warrior." Agatha Clay: "...Yes, Zeetha.
In the midst of the vagaries of life, they provide us a trip to the land of goodness and fairies, of imaginations and possibilities. A childhood that wasn't spent watching cartoons or reading comic strips, no wonder, seems too dull to imagine.
I recently realized that I'm gender-fluid - I didn't even know that was a term until recently - but I have a strong effeminate side and identify with women in that way. Because women would make jokes and they were all really funny, but the straight male comics always said "faggot," or they had some really awful gay joke. And so it's like, I'm just going to watch the ladies because they don't - I'm sure there are, but I couldn't even tell you one woman comic that I've ever heard say the word "faggot.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The perception of the comic is a tie of sympathy with other men.
My show is constantly evolving... new tricks are added, old ones are dropped... so it stays fresh. But it's the randomly selected participants from the audience that make it fresh and provide some of the best comic relief.
I read graphic novels, here and there, but I'm not a comic book guy, as much.
Wildly original, brilliantly comic, brutally gruesome, it is a dazzling performance that will probably outrage nearly as many readers as it delights.
Who put the S in comic to make cosmic? / The Self, which is the self of all beings - / choosing to disguise from themselves / that everything is just a game. // With a laugh we could turn / from all the seriousness we learned / and connect with every atom to create / breathtaking beauty with graceful ease.
The comic book world is a tough business.
It's hard to transfer one person's type of comic timing or approach to another person's. It's something you innately hear like a rhythm in your ear.
I read the 'Deadpool' series back in the '90s. I'm not, like, a huge comic book reader, per say, though. I'll check out 'Archie' when I'm in the grocery line, but that's about it.
I find it hard to get enthusiastic about hotels because, as a touring comic, I spend a lot of time in them.
Detective Comic #27: The very first glimpse we get of the guy and already he looks pissed.
As far as talent goes, Marilyn Monroe was so minimally gifted as to be almost unemployable, and anyone who holds to the opinion that she was a great natural comic identifies himself immediately as a dunce.
Everything is in how you are going to handle it. As a lifelong nightclub comic, I'm ready to handle whatever I have to handle.
I was raised on comic books, and I love science fiction.
I was told I make intelligent comics, and then I made a comic about a horse that pooped.
As an adolescent I wrote comic books, because I read lots of them, and fantasy novels set in Malaysia and Central Africa.
I really can't pinpoint the one moment when I said I want to be a comic.
I remember my comic strips being called "new wave." It bugged me.
Comic timing is something you are either born with or do not have.
I would love to do something like Austin Powers to show off my comic timing.
I thought I had a great opportunity when I started doing my comic book in 1972. I thought there was so much territory to work in.
Comic-Con is nerd Christmas. People go wanting to have fun.
If you can announce the Higgs Boson in Comic Sans, clearly anybody can do anything.
My heart started racing, not the bad kind of heart racing, like I'm going to die. But the good kind of heart racing, like, Hello, can I help you with something? If not, please step aside because I'm about to kick the shit out of life.
I've always had a soft spot for comic books.
Whether I'm doing music or I'm walking down the street or I'm in a record store buying a record or I walk into a comic store and I'm buying comics or having a drink with my friends, it's the same me.
There are too many good comic book writers out there. I'd rather remain a fanboy.
Louisa May Alcott
A quick temper, sharp tongue, and restless spirit were always getting her into scrapes, and her life was a series of ups and downs, which were both comic and pathetic.
I'm a joke comic. I tell jokes.
I’m not really all that familiar with comic book culture.
Anybody who knows me knows I would never read a comic book.
I wasn't always a comic, I used to do honest work.
When all is said and done, there is usually more said than done. [as quoted by Alfred E Neuman]
I don't consider myself a comic but a performer. A comic tells bad jokes.
I was not a big comic-book reader.
The masters of the comic spirit are often our prophets.
Comic-strip stuff isn't really my cup of tea, really.
Novels are a marathon, while comic scripts are a sprint.
Getting trapped back in the '80s, it's almost like a comic nightmare, which for me is a very real nightmare. Every time I flip through the cable, I have flashbacks.
Life to most Greeks may be either tragic or comic or a mixture of both; but one thing it never is - and that is, meaningless.
If I wasn't a comic or TV star, I really wanted to be a photojournalist.