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The Modern Age of Comic Books is an informal name for the period in the history of mainstream American comic books generally considered to last from the mid-1980s until present day.What is the Golden Age of comics?
The Golden Age of Comics was when the comic medium was shifting from being strip based to being published in books. At this time, women who were not superheroes fell into one of four categories: career girls, romance heroines, the femme fatale, or perky teenager (Robbins, 1999).What is the Silver Age of comics?
The silver age of comic books was the period in comic history spanning through 1956 to 1970. It marked a stylistic shift away from the lull that fell on the industry after the golden age and was the birthplace of many of the characters that are still hugely successful to this day. It saw the rise of some of the most famous writers and ...When was comic books invented?
The first modern comic book, Famous Funnies, was released in the US in 1933 and was a reprinting of earlier newspaper humor comic strips, which had established many of the story-telling devices used in comics.