Expert Author: James Foster
The search for top 100 best Marvel villains of all time can be compared to an epic journey. The initial idea was to come up with a top 10 list. A top 10 list was quickly thrown away because limiting this list to 10 would be an injustice. The top 10 transitioned to a top 25, then to a top 50, then it was clear a top 100 was needed due to the sheer number of villains to choose from.
Psychologically complex and realistic characters are not exactly what one would consider as "old traditions" in the comic book industry. Indeed, during the earliest decades, the concept of a "flawed hero" was discarded in favor of the "Superman" ideal. However, as readers became more discerning and Stan Lee's Marvel Comics began to create more realistic heroes, things had to change. Superheroes had to progress from the simplistic motivations and personalities of the old days, adopting increasingly realistic and complex identities. Quite arguably, the most psychologically complex casts of characters to have ever been created is the so-called "Bat family" of DC Comics.
In a world where there isn't exactly enough time for all the things people have to do, almost everybody still finds themselves hooked to a certain hobby. Collecting baseball cards or stamps, buttons even, knitting, wood crafting, landscaping, what have you. And in this long list, comic book collection seems to place itself amongst the top.
Like most comic publishers I spend quite a bit of time thinking about the state of the industry and how to make it better - well, truthfully, how to make my little corner of it better. After spending a lot of time thinking it over and discussing what everyone perceives to be the main elements leading to the downfall of comics (the distributor monopoly, for example), I realized what the biggest problem and killer really is: the industry.
Expert Author: Deepak Saxena
Humor is a very important part of life. It makes our life a pleasant experience. Cartoon is an art form that relies heavily on humor to express various emotions and views. It describes a funny aspect of a situation using drawing.
Expert Author: Damian Cross
Sonic comics are based on the fast-paced action adventure comic like no other. With a massive cast featuring characters from the famous video game from Sega. They include the infamous spiked haired, blue blur character, cartoons, friends, and foes. Plenty of action, mystery and romance become part of the plot as Sonic and the freedom fighters battle the forces of evil.
Expert Author: Alex Scott
The army of Japanese comics (known better as manga) fans grows daily among both men and women. Unlike American comics mostly targeting men, manga has a lot of sub-genres with some addressing exclusively women of various ages. A manga is usually created by one (often with assistants) drawing a comics and writing texts. However there's also group activity like the Clamp band, still a normal team is 3-4 people at most. Professional manga is next to amateur manga - doujinshi (dojinshi). The following is mostly about professional manga.
Expert Author: Henry Hsieh
There's no denying that anime characters are incredibly cute, beautiful, and handsome. Disproportional their facial features and body builds may be, they're still magnificently good looking. In fact, it's probably these imperfections that turn them into such good looking things.
Expert Author: Muna wa Wanjiru
For people there are many different forms of reading material. These reading materials can be thought of as non-fictional and fictional forms of reading matter. In the fictional form comic books like Batman comics are a firm staple for people of different ages.
Expert Author: Chris Haycock
Hints and tips on the mechanics of cartooning. With particular emphasis on the use and care of artists brushes. It's never too early to start developing your own style. Individuality is always something well worth cultivating, even for the new student. By studying established cartoonists/artists, and noting their particular peculiarities. Even by repeatedly copying their works, you will get a feel for what makes the work "theirs", and you will eventually evolve a personal style of your own.
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