Going away from UI design and UX design, I’ll discuss one of my favorite art forms, the comic book. Sure comic books and graphic novels are sequential art which could also benefit from UX design, but right now, let me just talk about it and how this art affects the world we live in.
Comic books and graphic novels today speak to a huge movement in how society is feeling. Society in general forecasts what and where we are heading as a community.
Comic book companies perceive that. The graphic novel is an expansion of a comic book because it is longer, and most of the time, higher in quality on both art and storytelling.
The graphic novel as an art
Graphic novels are ordinarily more long and coddle a more grown-up audience since it tackles some mature stories and themes.
In the event that there is a little arrangement, in either Marvel or DC comic books, they put out events or long form comic book stories into one fundamental book. That book is known as the graphic novel.
Adding graphic novels to the comic book discussion helps develop and grow a rabid fan base. The fan devotion in comic books and graphic novels are central for both the small and gigantic comic book distributors.
The graphic novel is a powerful way to acquire additional publicity, gain more readership, and keep up the level of professionalism that is needed in the industry.
The variations of comic book themes
Inside the skeleton of comic books and graphic novels, it is essential to know the kinds of themes they tackle. You have the fictionalized variant, the sci-fi stories, and true stories.
On the off chance that you include every one of those themes, you’ll get a confusing hodge-podge of titles to read as well as collect. No thanks. Just stick with the tried and tested themes if you can’t pull off a great story.
The fictionalized comic book and graphic novel envelops a lot of books. There are actually a huge number of both sorts out there.
The autonomous distributors are exactly in the same class as the standard ones. Graphic novels and comic books offer a large number of themes to pick.
You can read biographies of Malcolm X or made up characters like people bitten by radioactive spiders which lives to have super powers and not contract cancer or die from poison.
Super heroes and authenticity
Some individuals who read graphic novels and comic books read everything from super heroes to anime/manga.
In graphic novels that are not about super powered heroes, the readers get the feeling that they could relate better to them, if depicted with a feeling of authenticity.
The young readers are, of course, intrigued by stories that are absolutely outside the domain of what more seasoned individuals are into.
There are stories in numerous graphic novels deals with looming catastrophe and the hero in the story (typically a young white adventurer) is the one that stands between some city (or world) and total annihilation.
There are plenty of graphic novels with this topic. For the same reason, comic books for the kids do a superb job telling stories with moral lessons that they can learn from.
Comic books and graphic novels are different from one another, aside from the length. Notwithstanding, the dissimilarities are not so much that far reaching.
Both are making art that the reading public of all ages can appreciate. The graphic novel’s name suggests the substance is more develop in nature.
Be that as it may, the contrasts inborn in both items deliver the same result. They draw in a crowd of people.
The graphic novel may be longer and have mature themes (well, most of the time) than the comic book, however both are sequential art that people do love to read.