Comics have been a media outlet for many for over fifty years. Youth and adult have enjoyed the combination of story and art that changes with each generation of comic readers. Comics Talk was created to share ideas about the industry and what it means to society today. The blend of art and stories make comics a unique media for young and old. No other medium of entertainment can claim fans from every walk of life and financial status. The evolution of comics has brought us to a point that mirrors society itself. With Comics Talk my hope is to find the pulse of readers and enthusiasts and discover what direction we are going.

The comic industry came together after 9-11-01 to show some of the grief and heartache the country was feeling because of the terrible loss of life in the terrorist attack. Each company used their best artists in special comic releases to show a grief-stricken comic Hero world. This mirrored the feelings in the free world over the atrocity in New York and Washington D.C. Although they are fictitious characters they gave a point of relief the world needed. The anguish was very real and felt by many all over the world. Comics have been around for many years and will always exist in some form or another. It is the expression of a generation through story and art and is ever-changing. You can observe that change and be part of it if you want. As a reader or artist or story-teller feel free to express yourself in this media.


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