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I love blogging and I’m loving the fact that I get to talk about my life, my hobbies, my work, and my thoughts with other bloggers.

You know what the best part of blogging is? Its content! I’ve blogged about my life, my hobbies, my work, and my thoughts with other bloggers. Some of us are bloggers because we have a passion. Others are bloggers because there is a specific topic that we want to write about. I blog because I have a passion for comics, and I want to share my passions with others. I blog because I want to be an awesome writer for a living.

For a long time now I’ve been drawn to the comic-book world. I’ve been a fan of comic books since I was a kid. In fact, my first job out of high school was as a comic-book store clerk. I became a writer after the first issue of my first comic hit the stands. I’ve never stopped reading comics since. My goal with this blog is to be a source for the latest and greatest in the world of comics.

I love comic books. I enjoy reading them. I love writing about them. I love that when I put the words out on this blog, they get shared by thousands and thousands of readers. One of the reasons I feel this way is because I actually spend all of my time writing and putting out comics instead of doing the other stuff, so I can spend all of my time doing the things I enjoy, like blogging.

Just because comics have become so popular doesn’t mean that everyone is actually reading it. A lot of it comes down to the fact that we’re not reading comics in their current form, or even in an alternate form. This is especially true of the latest wave of superhero comics, which are often very formulaic and cliche-ridden.

The fact is that superhero comics are the only way that we as a society can see any kind of original story from a genre that no longer exists. The creators of these comics are the only ones who have the skills to create realistic characters that we can relate to. When I read a comic, I don’t have to worry about the story being clunky or bad. I can just focus on the art and I can enjoy the story itself.

For superhero comics, the formula is simply this: a hero with powers that are the result of a “gift”, but the main character can’t remember who it is that gave him a power. This is what makes superhero comics so formulaic. And because of this, superhero comics have become a genre of their own that few even care to follow. Because the formula doesn’t work for any of the characters, the comic must become formulaic for other reasons.

Like any genre that relies heavily on formula, superhero comics rely heavily on comicbook continuity. This means the exact story line isnt told until years after the comic is published. I think it would have been nice if this was possible with the time-loopers, but instead it is just an overcomplicated way of telling a single story.

I will admit that superhero comics are one of the few genres that make me a bit nervous about writing about them. Because I have no idea in what order I should tell a story about a superhero, I have a hard time writing things like, “This is a pre-story, but it’s important to note that we are working on a sequel.” But superhero comics are also one of the few genres that have the luxury of not having any hard rules.

In this case, though, the rule is, don’t tell a superhero story to anyone. Because if you tell it, it will be spoiled and people will talk. Because people will talk about it, you will be remembered for telling it. Because people will know what you said, then they will be looking to tell others.

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