What's the future of comics? (Is another industry headed down the tubes?)
I read traditional superhero comics when I was a kid, so even Alan Moore's psychotic, worry-ridden crime fighters are somewhat familiar to me. I was part of a ready-made audience, in other words. But what about today's children? If they don't read comics now, will they read them when they're older? Do today's kids even think of comics? Do they regard them as a grown-up thing — and how odd would that be?
Parents, children and comics readers, please feel free to respond. What's the future of comics?
© Peter Rozovsky 2009