«I would love to!»
In fact, I disagree as strenuously as possible, and I fear that those who join the chorus are nurturing a myth, and the more powerful the myth, the more likely it is to achieve some of the status of truth. Why my stubborn failure to subscribe to a notion the rest of the world seems to endorse? To start near the root of the matter, it is the plight of metropolitan newspapers that has precipitated predictions of the death of comic strips. Newspapers are in financial trouble, and because they are the platform for comic strips, comic strips must also be in trouble. Some but not enough. First, consider the source of the stories about the death of newspapers.
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Comic book death
The death of comic strips – The Nation Online
Most newspapers comics are frozen in time; Beetle Bailey never gets older, Hagar The Horrible never gets bored with the same old Viking raids, and Blondie and Dagwood haven't changed much physically since their debut. A few comic strips tell generational stories, letting their characters grow up over time, but even the ones that tackle real-world issues and serious topics usually keep their stable of characters intact, to preserve the dynamic that made the strip popular in the first place. It's rare for a comic strip to permit a permanent change: characters that grow up, significantly alter their lives, or reach a final conclusion. It's rarer still for a comic strip to tackle the grim subject of death. Which is why Lynn Johnston's "For Better Or For Worse" sparked an uproar when it killed off Farley, a sheepdog who'd grown up alongside the strip's human cast.
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The death of comic strips
In the comic book fan community, the apparent death and subsequent return of a long-running character is often called a comic book death. A comic book death is generally not taken seriously by readers and is rarely permanent or meaningful other than for story or thematic purposes. The term is usually not applied to characters who have the ability to return from the dead as an established power or ability, such as Solomon Grundy.
Adventures of Tintin, Asterix and Oberix, Mavel comics and DC comics might have influenced the boom of comic strip series in most local magazines in the s to 90s in Malawi. Of course, the history of comic strips in the country is not complete without its most influential cartoonists, the late Vic Kasinja who published a Joza comic book and the late Brian Hara, who published a Pewani comic book both under Dzuka Publishing Company. Hara also illustrated the Chatsalira cartoon comic series at some point.