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  • adj. Not comic.


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non- +‎ comic


  • Excerpts: NEWSWEEK: By your own description your last novel, "Drop City," was your first noncomic book.

    Getting It On

  • Mr. Pelly has a genius for comedy -- his "La Belle Hélène" at the Santa Fe Opera was one of the funniest opera productions ever -- and I can't wait to see if he will transfer that energy to the noncomic "La Traviata" which he will direct, with Ms. Dessay singing the role for the first time, in Santa Fe in 2009.

    The Place to Be if You Like Hearing High C's

  • I also wouldn't have minded another chance to see his powerful noncomic documentary Origins of a Meal (1978), which marks the end of his first period, or his exhaustive 1981 documentary about teaching himself to swim.

    Chicago Reader

  • For a while he did sometimes still show up in noncomic roles, on dramatic television series and sometimes in movies like

    NYT > Home Page

  • Yes we all know as fanboys that Sinestro will become evil, but could you imagine being one of those noncomic readers who sees these films and the thrill they'll get seeing Sinestro turn or at least be revealed to be evil in a couple movies or so.

    Comic Book Movie

  • (Christian Clavier, in a rare and convincing noncomic turn).

  • Akinnagbe) is sour and frightening in a noncomic way, and I really do wish the filmmakers could rethink the grimly prolonged shot of Akinnagbe squeezing David's nethers. -


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