I write about superheroes-who seem to be everywhere these days-because their stories often capture essential truths about human nature. That’s why, I think, many people like superhero stories. We resonate with the themes in the stories, with the dilemmas and problems that superheroes face, and we aspire to their noble impulses and heroic acts. We identify-or would like to identify-with them (although some times me way identify with the villains). Superheroes are models for us, and they are modeled after us.
be handled through natural processes stating that, the studio’s films have always relied heavily on CGI, and we’ve peered behind the scenes of their blockbusters to bring you definitive proof. From MCU classics to the latest hits from Fox’s resurgent X-Men franchise, these Marvel movies all look totally different before the special effects are added (Archbold). Green screens are usually used to create environments by piecing together backgrounds and placing actors of objects within the background.
Industries have also used CGI for a variety of animation films, commercials, television just to name a few.
The comic book industry is intertwined in a large web that is called the entertainment machine. Never in its wildest imaginations did the early pioneers ever envisioned their passion for comic books would someday surpass their expectations. Of course, it helps when movie rights of certain characters are at the disposal of giants like Sony, Fox, and Universal. But to have success for as long as comics superheroes been around showing its versatility and the continued support by its consumers.
Before the times of CGI in movie productions, Comic books reflected our culture in ways that other media couldnt. The key was the evolution of its characters that reflected American trends and social problems had a direct impact on readers. The age group that was attracted to comics were of all ages and sex, especially children, who you would see running down the street with a cape on emulating their hero. Comics tackled social issues and allowed younger readers to understand the different perspectives and shape attitudes on topics of interest during important times in our history. And now the interest in superheroes is increasing due to technology and motion pictures. Comic books thrived in media with success at the box office and merchandising, so its safe to say that this genre and its multiple formats backed by billions of dollars is here to stay.