The Silver Age of Comic Books
The silver age of comic books lasted approximately from the late 1950's to the early 1970's. During this period, a few attributes of comic book characters started to develop.
Concerns With Comic Books
One of the areas of concern with comic books is the violence. The violence contained in some of the comic books today is common. With more realism being demanded, comic books of today assimilate real life situations into their plots. The perilous undertaking of the hero or villain can be justified with a realistic approach. If people want what is transpiring in today's world then comic books will emulate that. Parents should caution their children with some of the content published in various comic books. The graphics displayed today are amazingly realistic. Children need to be aware and make responsible choices. With that being said, the content being viewed on television makes children desensitized to explicit situations. The graphic composition of some comic books are illustrated through various categories. The super hero comic books usually will be more graphic than a non-super hero comic book.
Heroes And Villains In Comic Books
Heroes and villains in comic books have made their mark in society. Not just in comic books but in literature throughout the ages. Essentially literature and comic books bring to life the drama associated between good and evil, and it is that premise that becomes an indispensable guide to understand human nature.