Which one is proper
Comic Book or
Comics Book? Are both of them grammatically correct? If so, what is the difference between them?
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"Comic books" is much more widely accepted than "Comics books." See Google NGram.
"Comic books" is the more grammatically correct phrase, as "comic" describes the kind of book. A similar example would be "car magazine" versus "cars magazine." Even though the magazines each contain multiple cars, the magazine would be describe with the singular "car."