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On Comic Myth I: Comic Mythology at a Glance

Written by Keb Ellis on Thursday, November 09 2006 and posted in Features
 In this installment of Peeing in the Shower, I take a look at the notions of myth and how they relate to the comic books that we all love to read.

What is myth? Do we associate our daily lives in myth? Do we tend to mythologize various items in our life? Perhaps we mythologize people and places? Though I won’t attempt to answer any of these questions, I’d like to talk about myth in a sense of the comic book world. “Myth” defined by Dictionary.com is as follows:

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Posted originally: 2006-11-09 22:58:42


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