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Bone: A Comic Meant for Kids or Adults?

In today’s society, many novels and comics are designed with children specifically in mind. However, I do not necessarily think that it is always kids that get the most enjoyment out of them. For instance, when I was in high … Continue reading

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Should Charlie Brown Have Been Allowed to Kick the Football?

Peanuts, created by Charles M. Schulz, is one of the most beloved comic strips of all time. I have always enjoyed reading it, and consider Schulz’s creation to be one of my all-time favourite strips. Despite the fact that the … Continue reading

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The Translation of Batman: From Kane to West

Which is superior in your opinion: Adam West’s portrayal of Batman in the 60s TV show, or Bob Kane’s comics from the 1930s? I personally believe that each adaptation has its own strengths and weaknesses, although I have always had … Continue reading

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Should Classic Pieces of Literature Be Converted Into Graphic Novels?

It is a common debate among the public whether classic pieces of literature should be changed into graphic novels. Is this project beneficial for society, or is it damaging? Some individuals may argue that it provides children with an excuse … Continue reading

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