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Why blame comics for social failure?

Comics sometimes get blame for social failure. There are many reasons, but one of the main reason might be the fact that a lot of young age of children are reading comics. Especially, when they read violence and graphic comics, they are not old enough to justify reality and fantasy. Some of the comics contain crimes, criminal stories, sex, rape, violence, horror, terror, marriage, and divorce. Those ideas are too soon and irregular for the kids. All the informations and stories could be shown as normal everyday life routine in comics, if young children read those comics and miss understand the separation between right or wrong, it could be a complete disaster. Not only for the kids, but also comics reflect what is going on society. People often think what is going on on comics are the trend of the society that we are living in.


J. Chambliss said…
This is a solid point, but you need to add some supporting information to fully realize your analysis.

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