posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 05:41 PM
...this is totally true, as in the OP... was in a shoppe today, saw an 'Illuminati' comic that was within a popular series and the 'NWO' itself
is coming out next year.
When I collected as a child, I noticed war themes and superheros laced throughout, there was even terrorism introduced in the 70s in comix.
There are a lot today that seem to support war at-large and terrorism in a "war on" sense throughout the mainstream (Marvel, DC) titles. Whereas,
indy publishers still have the artistic, creative vibe throughout w/ various topics. Not that the mainstream titles don't have good art, they've
just been taken over by capitalism, where each page has less and less substance, plus there's more ads today.
An interesting title, (conspiracy related? I don't know, I don't follow the series) is DC's '52' which follows a year on a parallel
universe/Earth, borrowing from the 60/70s series' 'Crisis on Infinite/Multiple Earths' which has an obviously, pretty wild storyline... I guess it
is conspiratorial related, since a 'finale' deals w/ a superhero/Earth WW3.
I don't like the 'secret societies' and NWO Nazis leaking into the comix world, totally brainwashin' the kids.... plus, that forthcoming 'NWO'
title borrows many conspiracy angles, we'll see should they even mention its' origin.