Great British Comic-Book Characters: The Rise Of The British Superhero

In Honour of 2000AD’s 40th birthday, I offer this repost from our ‘Great British Comic Book Characters’ series… Happy Birthday 2000AD.

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American comic books in the last ten years have become a much more mainstream field of interest, mostly due to the popularity of their recent celluloid successes. Though characters such as Batman and Superman have been with us now for over seventy five years, and are as readily recognised even by non comic book fans by their symbolism and deeds, their popularity before the movie adaptations was nowhere near the stratospheric levels they have now reached through their cinematic endeavours.

Superheroes are now en-vogue and comics as a medium are now more widely accepted than ever as a legitimate and serious form of story-telling. Of course it wasn’t always this way, I have been collecting and reading comics since I was six years of age and have lost count over the years of the amount of times I have had to defend my choice…

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Fanatical about comics, gaming and horror movies....but then isn't everyone?

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