From Marvel to Superman, here are the five fascinating comic books to read


  • From Marvel to Superman and Spiderman, comic books and graphic novels have turned out to be some of the best forms of entertainment.
  • This week we bring books that are as popular among the young population as kids.
  • Here are the comic books that have attracted millennials.
It is okay to be an adult and still love comic books. From Marvel to Superman and Spiderman, comic books and graphic novels have turned out to be some of the best movie adaptations for entertainment — and loved by people across the globe.

Every weekend, Business Insider collates a reading list. This week we bring books that are as popular among the young population as kids.

Here are the comic books that have attracted millennials.

All Star Superman

Popularly termed as the world’s greatest superhero, All Star Superman is a DC entertainment comic with a blend of action and poetry. The characters of the book date back to 1938 — reaching space, visiting children and much more.

The comic talks about the last days of Superman on Earth — and he wants to make the most out of it. He shows his love to the lady he admires the most, battles with villains and most importantly saves the Earth eventually.

The Walking Dead

Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead, which was launched in 2003 later turned to a TV series shows the exceptional world of comics. The book has ruled the hearts of many for over 15 years.

Flooded with zombie graphics, the book focuses on a character who is shot while working and wakes up from a coma in a zombie apocalypse. Later, he emerges as the leader of the community and becomes the most noted survivor.

Questionable Content

Released in 2003, Questionable Content is a romantic comedy set in a future universe where artificial intelligence and robots are a part of everyday life. The book focuses on a group of friends living in the US — and their romantic relationships.

The robots interact with human characters as though they’ve been doing it for a long time now. It is a romantic melodrama with a futuristic twist.

Marvel Series

Almost every millenial has been a Marvel fan at some point in time. From The Vision to Alias, which was later adapted as a Netflix series Jessica Jones, Marvel entertainment never fails to astonish people with its art.

Vision is more than what is shown in Avengers movies. The character has a family, a perfect life and some odd neighbors — who can also be called supervillains. Alias, on the other hand, is a graphical series where Jones, the superhero uses her power to get through all that’s happenings and suffering.

Ghost World

Released in 1993, Ghost World showcases America’s pop culture. The comic is centered on two girls who spend most of their time mocking, showing indifference towards the society — in an attempt to find purpose of life.

The book delivers a heart warming story with a mix of strong humour.
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