New Readers vs. Comic Shops in Full Frontal Nerdity

Today’s Full Frontal Nerdity comic strip by Aaron Williams is one of those that, as my friend David said when pointing it out, “is funny because it’s true.”

Full Frontal Nerdity May 8 2012 by Aaron Williams

It nicely contrasts what kids may want and the many options available to comic readers today with the traditional comic market. About the only thing in the strip that’s not typical of attitudes is that the pudgy guy is the one looking for new products while the academic-looking older bearded guy is the one standing up for the way things usually work out. But if we didn’t love comics so much, we wouldn’t kid them this way.

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