French comics are usually magazines containing artwork related to dialogue and regularly contain a concise narrative style. The first comics were in the United States in 1934, reprinting earlier french comics from daily newspapers that gave rise to many of the storytelling tools now used in comics around the world. You can also purchase French comic books(also known as bandes dessines in the French language) via searching over the internet.
The term comic came about because the original book was reprinted with comics, but whatever the name, comics are not always as funny as everyday entertainment; Most modern comics feature drama or dark stories, or reveal the uncomfortable side of life either in superhero stories or in stories written by ordinary people.
The comic is a 32 page magazine measuring about 7 by 10 inches. Each page is usually divided into about 6 fields. The panels are roughly 2 x 4 or 3 x 3. In this 32 page book there are only 80 panels on 220 panels. Panel size is a method that artists describe over time. Small plaques are used to indicate that time is passing quickly while large plaques are used to indicate that time is passing more slowly. The first panel in the entire comic book page is the home page and is used to organize the first events in history. This page also contains the title of the story and the name of the author, pencil, color, and author.
New French comics is one of the best types of magazines to buy. However, if one is a comic book collector, that collector can pay a much higher price for more collectible comics. Good collectors do online research to find out where and at what price comics are being sold. This comic has a strong and loyal following; collectors know not only the fair market price for the comics but also the stories and events in the characters' lives.