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Contemporary Comics

Marvel comic books are a great way to pass time if you have the time to read through books and books of comic strips. The only problem with our generation is that we have become so enslaved to watching television series that we do not appreciate the essence of reading and expanding our imaginations. We restrict ourselves from developing a great imagination.

Some people who collect comic books have made a whole life out of it. Some people grow up revolving their entire lives around. Some of the most famous comic book heroes that come to mind are Superman, Spiderman, and Batman and of course wonder woman.

1. Superman

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Superman is comic book history. Without Superman, the first big comic book superhero, we might not have had Spider-Man, Batman, and the others. Due to the success of Superman, other comics companies pushed making superheroes and to that, Superman is owed a huge debt. Decades later, Superman is still going strong, with a movie in the works, multiple titles to choose from, and a hit TV show. The Man of Steel is certainly on top in terms of historical importance, abilities, and current popularity.

2. Spider-Man

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What Spider-Man lacked in ability, he made up in heart. The wall-crawler is one of the first of many true to life superheroes and because of this, Spider-Man has become loved and adored by fans the world over. Spider-Man is Marvel comic’s number one superhero, with legions of fans, blockbuster films, and many hot comics to read.

3. Batman

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There is something about the dark brooding sense of Batman that intrigues people. Or maybe its Batman’s alter-ego, millionaire Bruce Wayne, that people wishes they had more in common with. Maybe the reason so many people identify with him is that Batman has no truly supernatural powers. Any one of us could be Batman Whatever the case, Batman has struck a chord with fans around the world. The Dark Knight is hugely popular with a multiple hit movies and many different comic titles to choose from.



Taking a shift away from comic books towards what every comic book has gone towards is television shows.


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