On the off chance that you do not believe the comic book industry has affected American culture, an outing to a video rental store or nearby theater provides some clearness. The likes of Batman, Spiderman, X-Men, Daredevil, Elektra, The Punisher, Mass, Phenomenal Four, Hellboy, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Hellboy, sequels of several comic book franchises and the destined to-be-released Superman Returns, have carried billions of dollars to the movie business, making one thing plentifully understood: The world loves its superheroes.
The comic book collecting industry itself, however, has seen its highs and lows. Comic book notoriety reached a fever contribute the 1940s, when superheroes like Batman and Superman flew on to the scene.
In 1997, however, significant comic book players like Marvel and DC became monetarily strapped; Marvel was forced to declare chapter 11 yet had the option to continue distributing. And keeping in mind that the comic book market lost a lot of its steam in the late 90s, numerous people attribute Marvel’s monetary woes to their decision to go to self-dissemination, not entirely on careless sales.
Today, comic book sales remain low, yet closeout sites like eBay has become the fertile ground comic book enthusiasts consistently go to for purchasing and selling funnies.
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