History will likely say that the comic book industry was sunk by the repressive measures adopted to control the spread of coronavirus. In reality it is the industry’s bizarre obsession with identity politics that ensured the death of this classic storytelling medium was an inevitability.
The partial economic shutdown in the United States and other Western economies is wreaking havoc on comic book shops.
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Morgan Begg is a research fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs
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