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originally posted by: ketsuko
Video games are being overrun with franchise sequels in place of anything new and fresh.
originally posted by: TheLieWeLive
The comic world is a vast resource for years to come. They are now able to visually replicate the powers most comic characters have on the TV screen and it's becoming cheaper across the industry as well.
I grew up a comic junkie and so I'm really looking forward to the years ahead.
I can't wait until they do a Marvel Secret War movie.
Beyonder! Where are you?
Sci-fi has also been around forever, but right now, it might as well be dead as far as pop-culture thinks. It wasn't so long ago that sci-fi series were the new in thing.
originally posted by: intrptr
Yah, comics were great. They cost a quarter and we all bought one and traded em so we got to read five for a quarter.
Then we threw them away. They were never an end unto themselves, just a pastime.
Comics were… comical.
Quarter? When I started buying them they were 10 cents and I kept all of mine. I wish I still had all of them but when I when into the Army my mother donated all of them to the local library.