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A comic, also known as a comic book or graphic novel, is a form of storytelling that uses sequential art and text to convey a narrative. Comics are often associated with superheroes and action-packed adventures, but they can also cover a wide range of genres and topics, from romance and drama to history and politics. In this article, we will discuss the history of comics, their different forms and genres, and their impact on popular culture.

History of Comics

Forms and Genres

Impact on Popular Culture

  • Comics have had a significant impact on popular culture, inspiring countless films, TV shows, and video games. Many of the most popular superheroes, such as Batman and Spider-Man, have become household names and cultural icons. Comics have also been used to explore complex social and political issues, such as race, gender, and sexuality, and have been used to raise awareness of important causes.
  • The popularity of comics has led to the growth of comic book conventions, such as San Diego Comic-Con, which attracts thousands of fans and industry professionals from around the world. The success of comics has also led to the development of graphic novels, which are longer and more complex works that often tackle more mature themes.

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