Learning New Words From Comic Books
When someone thinks of comic books, they probably don't take into account the cache of words that are displayed on each page. Most people think comic books are for kids and a waste of time for adults. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Conflict And Its Resolution In Comic Books
The conflict and its resolution in comic books is an interesting aspect to the comic book world. The non-superhero comic book has conflict resolutions in them because that is the basis of that type of story. In comic books, the detective gets a client who has a problem that needs to be resolved. The detective seeks out clues and it builds into a climax where an answer needs to be found soon. The conflict captures the reader's attention and the resolution is tied into the main character's persona. If the detective is inept then the conflict and its resolution may disappoint the reader, or the incompetent detective may get a flash of brilliance and captures the bad person. Whereas the main character is portrayed as competent then the chances of catching the criminal is expected.
The Science Fiction of Comic Books
The science fiction of comic books always fascinated the public. Where else could you read a forty-eight page comic book and find alternate universes or parallel universes? One could read a science fiction short story or a novel, but to see a visual representation of what the writer and artist rendition of foreign life is truly a unique experience. The connection between you and the comic books version of alien life forms or parallel universes can be similar or way off base. That is the beauty of the science fiction of comic books. You never know if the comic books interpretation of alien life and alien technology were meant to persuade you into their way of conceptualizing the unfathomable, or not.