Tag Archives: Comic Books

We may have stumbled into a long lost art

I love to read, so I enjoy any type of media that involves words. O.K. that may have been a slight exaggeration but I really do love books and anything that slightly resembles them. So I have read a few comics … Continue reading

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Comics Connection

I love comic books. Comic books have been a part of my life for quite a while now. When I was about 8 years old, my dad took me with him to a comic shop, and introduced me to the … Continue reading

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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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Y: Not Read More?

I have always felt that the term “comic” had a mildly dated connotation, nostalgically recalling newspaper funnies and aging collections. What some call “grown-up” comics I have most often heard referred to as graphic novels, and I was fortunate enough … Continue reading

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So comics are actually kinda interesting…

I haven’t really had much experience with comics in the past. I would say the most contact I’ve had is when I was in preschool. My best friend was obsessed with Batman, and so on many occasions I was forced … 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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Y: Read Comic Books?

Ah, comic books… The mere mention of the medium evokes images of muscly superheroes, scantily-clad women (who are either impossibly badass or frustratingly helpless…), and action-filled pages with onomatopoeias leaping out.  I’ll admit that I’ve adopted a somewhat negative view towards … Continue reading

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