Is there any semantic distinction between the words comedic and comical?
I usually use the former to describe people and the latter to describe things, situations, etc.
Comedic has two definitions; one is of or relating to comedy, the other is the same as what comical means: funny.
: of or relating to comedy
1 obsolete : of or relating to comedy
: causing laughter especially because of a startlingly or unexpectedly humorous impact
So you would say someone has comedic talent because they can produce comical acts.