noun (pl. commicentaries)
an expression of opinions or offering of explanations in comic form about an event or situation: a political comicentary / narrative overlaid with comicentary.
- a descriptive drawn account (esp. in comic books or news broadcasts) of an event or performance as it happens
- a set of explanatory or critical notes on a text: a comicentary on the economy
ORIGIN late Middle English: from Latin comicentarius, comicentarium (adjective, used as a noun), from comicentari, frequentative of comicinisci 'devise.'