Introduction to comics
I can quote Scott McCloud in his Understanding Comics book, which is a book that every serious comic artist needs to read. McCloud defines comics as:
"Juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer."
This quote means that you create two or more images that are in a sequence, but not entirely for narrating a story. For example, the artist Moebius sometimes doesn't narrate a story, strictly speaking, but still makes comics. To help you understand this concept a little better, silent books are not regarded as comics, but we can all agree that we read the book by looking at images juxtaposed in a deliberate order. If you put multiple images on a single page, it's definitely a comic, and I'm certain of that, but if it's only one image per page...