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There are several differences between graphic novels and comic books. Typically, the standard comic book is thin, with a paper cover, and it continues, begins or concludes a story that has been addressed in other comic books. Both the graphic novel and the comic book tell their story primarily with pictures and some words, but graphic novels tend to cover one story only in its entirety (though there may be sequels). Unlike comic books, in the graphic novel, sequels aren't serials, but are instead new and complete stories with the basic novel components of beginning, middle and end. Comic books conversely might start a story, begin in the middle of things, or end a story but you canít read one comic book and get the whole story. Additionally, comic books are typically 20-24 pages of story and contain ads, while graphic novels range from 100 to over 300 pages without ads in them.