Synonyms for Comic:


all (adjective)
mirthful, funny, amusing, laughable, risible, comical.
amusing (adjective)


artist, acrobat, cast, artiste, conjurer, comedienne, act. wry, playful, droll, priceless, zany, laughter. broadsheet, compact, farcical, back-number, laughing, bulletin, brochure, back issue, biweekly, back copy. impish, I love it, farceur, can take a joke, comedy, flippant, jokester, laugh at yourself, facetious, see the funny side of something, quipster. comic (noun)
comic book, humorous, humourous, amusing, laughable, funny, comical, risible, comedian, mirthful.
funny (noun)
ironic, study at funny.
funny person, often professional (noun)
clown, buffoon, comedian, jokester, jester, wag, card, droll, wit, humorist, quipster, funnyman, joker.
humorist (noun)
essayist, dramatist, funnyman, humorist, buffoon, card, jester, wag, comedian, playwright, clown, actor, gagman, punster, copywriter, scriptwriter, word smith, joker, columnist, writer, belletrist, wit, cutup, author, prankster, Banterer.
zany (noun)

Other synonyms:

brochure, farceur, artiste, comedienne, conjurer, flippant, back issue, jokester, cast, broadsheet, priceless, back-number, impish, acrobat, facetious, biweekly, quipster, back copy. bulletin, ironic, laughing, act, playful, farcical, droll, zany, artist, wry. compact.

Usage examples for comic

  1. Of the lighter scenes, which were intended for comic Dr Johnson has said, " they are such as that age did not probably commend, and as the present would not endure." – The Works Of John Dryden, Vol. 7 (of 18) The Duke of Guise; Albion and Albanius; Don Sebastian by John Dryden
  2. Aloud, " Yes, I came here to witness the comic opera." – The Puppet Crown by Harold MacGrath
  3. As far as I'm concerned, you can probably do anything I can imagine; anything I ever saw in a comic book. – An Encounter in Atlanta by Ed Howdershelt