A lot of comic strips are about the characters, or their adventures.

But there are other types of comics that make the strips fun and engaging.

Whether they’re funny, dark, or philosophical, they’re also about the medium itself.

Here are 11 of the best comics about the world that aren’t just about superheroes.

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The Adventures of Robin and the Peanut Butter Pirates Robin is a young boy with a passion for peanut butter and a crush on his best friend, a chocolate peanut butter cookie.

The story begins in the year 2021.

Robin and his best pal, Peanut, are searching for a new toy, when they are attacked by a spider, and lose their way on a long road.

Peanut is abducted by an evil villain named Groucho, and Robin and Peanut are taken to the castle of the villain, who demands to know their secrets.

After the villain is freed, the two escape and meet up with a young lady called Rose, who tells them about the origin of the spider and the evil Grouche.

Robin and his friends, Peanuts and Robin, soon realize that the villain has a way to change the world, and are joined by a group of friends called the Peanuts, who must help defeat him and save the world.

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The Cat in the Hat By far the best of these comics, Cat in a Hat is set in the future, and features a young girl who is a member of the Peepers, a family of superheroes.

Cat is a cat who can control cats, and she uses her powers to help people.

She and her friends must solve puzzles and solve problems together in order to save the city from destruction, but she has a secret that could change their lives forever.

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The Peanuts in the Woods Peanuts is the second and last of the series, which began in the 1980s, and tells the story of a young man named Charlie who has to get rid of his parents after he loses his parents at a party.

Charlie, who is the nephew of the original Peanuts comic book character, is also a Peanut.

Charlie is a special kind of Peanut who can see ghosts and hears other people’s voices, and has a very special talent for finding hidden treasure.

He and his Peanuts friends are going on adventures and solving puzzles.

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The World’s Greatest Dad This is one of the funniest and most moving comics about a dad.

Peanuts is set during the 1960s, where a man named Fred was born, and he was the second child of a family that was very successful.

Peanut has a crush and gets jealous of Fred, and Fred tries to stop Peanut from being jealous of Peanuts.

Fred eventually realizes that Peanut’s true love is the little boy in his life, and they are reunited.

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The Big Bad Wolf This comic was created by Chuck Dixon and was first published in 1954, and stars a wolf who has a bad reputation for attacking people, which he does for the amusement of his followers.

He is called “Big Bad Wolf” because he is a very large wolf who is dangerous to humans.

He is constantly chasing and chasing people, but has the ability to transform into a giant dog.

The wolf also has his own television show, and the show is very funny, as is the wolf.

He even goes on a rampage.

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Peepin’ Through the Window This series is set between the 1940s and the 1950s, with the main character, Peep, living in a small, windowless house with a cat.

It takes place during the Great Depression.

Peeps job as a newspaper reporter is stressful, and a lot of things happen that are very difficult to handle.

When the cat, Peppie, becomes angry, Peeps friends, the Peeps, must help her get rid and solve a mystery that she cannot solve alone.

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The Mystery of the Golden Peanuts Peep is a lonely little boy, who lives in the forest with his cat, and his parents.

When Peep is nine years old, he goes to a Christmas party where he meets the Golden-Peanuts.

Peppies father was an English teacher and has always been very fond of Peep.

During the Christmas party, Peppe meets his father, who shows Peppe a magical picture.

Peppe wonders if the picture is real, and when Peppe sees a man with a dog, Peppy decides to go investigate.

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The Secret History of the World of Peeps Peppies Secret History is set when Peep was a child.

His family lived in England and Peppys mother was a witch.

Peppa and her sister Peppymys uncle Peppes uncle was a famous wizard who ruled the kingdom of Merlyn. 9