What is the future of comics?
Do you think that comics will continue to thrive, or that 'floppies' will be replaced by graphic novels?
I think the floppies will continue to thrive. People will shell out $3-4 for a comic book, but they won't always have the $15-30 for a graphic novel. Also, many of todays "graphic novels" are just collections of a series. I personally miss the one shot stories. I don't always have the money or time to read 11 issues for one story or to collect a story that crosses 8 different titles. From a marketing standpoint, graphic novels don't make as much steady income as a monthly or weekly title would over the long haul.
by Haunty11 months ago
What are some of the best comics or graphic novels you know?
by MaryGH3 years ago
So I see the following:->SuperheroesBatmanSpider-ManSupermanSupervillainsThe X-MenWonder WomanIs it possible to please add Shazam!/Captain Marvel (DC)?I will be doing an article on him very soon.Thank you.
by Bellipax5 years ago
Why is it that I can't find graphic novels posted on HubPages?There are many people out there working on graphic novels who wish to achieve the same ends as traditional writers. Does HubPages have a rule that...
by Cardia5 years ago
Do you read comic, comic books and/or graphic novels? Which ones do you like?I'm currently reading 'Y: The Last Man" and I've read a good few in my time. Do you have any favourites? They can include comic strips...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
there will be no work and no money as a result of the increasing mechanization and computerization of society) will become reality? Why? Why not?
by Ian Ganahl8 years ago
I am currently starting a series of graphic novels that are based on a science fiction trilogy screenplay I am working on concurrently.However, I want to get the graphic novels out onto the market, before I begin...
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