Tag Archives: Blog #5: Comics

Who Said Tigers Couldn’t Talk?

Growing up, reading was forced upon me. My parents were those fanatics who believed free time equated to book time. However, I was never really fond of books that were too wordy, relatively speaking. As such, I always managed to … Continue reading

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Hey, check out that nerd!

Slightly embarrassed, I pulled the hardback comic book out of my bag, attempting to keep it hidden from my fellow students in fear that they would judge me for my seemingly nerdy choice in literature. As I felt the eyes … Continue reading

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V (for Vendetta), W(atchmen), X(-Men), Y(: the Last Man)… Z?

Much in the same way that my childhood guy friends introduced me to Star Wars and video gaming, they also introduced me indirectly to the world of comic books. Growing up, I was no stranger to the X-Men franchise, or … Continue reading

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Comic coexistence

I was exposed to comic books at a fairly young age. I’m not exactly sure when this was, but I had definitely already begun reading comics sparingly during middle school. I never really got into reading them; I owned fairly … Continue reading

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Oh How Comical

Growing up, I never really got caught up with reading comic books. There was always an episode of SpongeBob, a Sports Illustrated Kids edition, or some other random toy to distract me, and that was able to fill up my time. … Continue reading

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True Life: I am a comic newbie.

I do not remember while growing up if I ever read a comic book. I had nothing against them or anything, it just I wasn’t exposed to them. I mean if I could go back and read some, would I? … Continue reading

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Restricted to Sunday Funnies….

My comic experience only extends as far as the Sunday funnies of my hometown’s newspaper. This in itself is limited as only in high-school did I ever get the chance to read them and only until the issue was moved … Continue reading

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