• X-Men-Vacation Reader Poll 

    Reader Poll: Do You Read Comics on Vacation?

    By , and | July 13th, 2018
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    It’s summer in the Northern Hemisphere, which means that many of us are gearing up for a summer vacation. While packing up your sunscreen, beach towels, and flip flops, do you also pack up comics to read?

    Comics don’t necessarily fit the classic ‘beach reading’ stereotype, but why shouldn’t they? For every type of book you see around the pool, there are clear comic parallels. For every Judy Collins steamy, Fabio-covered novel, there is a romance comic that’ll put it to shame. Sci-fi? C’mon. Espionage? You betcha. Biography? Yarp.

    Comics aren’t a genre, they’re a medium, and whatever you think of as vacation reading can easily be found in a graphic format. So, we want to know, do you read comics on vacation? Vote in our reader poll, and use the comments to tell us which books are packed in your beach bag this summer.

    Do you read comics on vacation?

    Yes, I read comics everywhere (print)0%
    Yes, I read comics everywhere (digital)0%
    I bring some, but never get around to it0%
    I plan on it, but always forget0%

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    Matthew Garcia

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    Brian Salvatore

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    Christopher Chiu-Tabet

    Chris is a writer from London on the autistic spectrum, who enjoys tweeting and blogging on Medium about his favourite films, TV shows, books, music, games as well as history and religion. He is Lebanese/Chinese, although he can't speak Cantonese or Arabic. He also writes for Nerdy POC.


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