Comic books are often seen as a childish medium, full of cartoons and simple storylines involving superheroes and a fantasy world. But in reality, comics are as varied as any other style of fiction. From kids' comics to adolescent comics and the world of the graphic novel, there are many different topics and issues addressed, and many are, in fact, not suitable for children.
Many comics address real-world issues and are dark, such as The Boys or the famous Watchmen
. Covering topics such as existentialism, corruption, feminism, and inequality, comics are like the big bad brother of fiction.