Childhood is the best period of everyone’s life, and we all must have read some comics that made our lives more adventurous and worthwhile. It introduced us to the world of reading, and we are eternally grateful for that.
Here is a list of 10 comics that we all must have read in our childhood.
This comic had all the elements of entertainment in it. Horror, fantasy, comedy, action, and everything that one could name, was present in this comic. It tells us the story of three cousins who entered a strange land filled with mysteries and overcame every danger that came their way. They were ordinary children but became heroes because they dealt with the dangers and helped save the world—a must-read.
This comic probably instilled in all of us a sense of righteousness. CowBoy was a young bounty hunter who was on his quest to make things right in this world. He was pretty determined to send his family members to jail for all the unlawful activities carried out by them.
The Mouse Guard, as the name suggests, was a protector of the mouses. The mouses of the world were having a tough time surviving amidst all the difficult situations that came their way. What does the mouse guard do for them? Well, if you do not remember, go re-live your childhood days again.
Who does not know Spiderman or has not read about him? So, as the old story goes, Peter Parker was one day bitten by a spider, you all know, what spider! Anyway, so he begins to discover his powers and realizes that the responsibility to save the world now is upon his shoulders, and this is how we find our very own Spiderman.
Thor the mighty avenger
Well, the memories that this comic brings with it are pretty nostalgic. Reading about the God of Thunder battling with robots was quite an experience. He killed villains, fought sea monsters, and what not! We even get to meet Iron Man and Captain America in this comic. Well, we need to give Loki some credit to Loki for getting to Captain America. This comic has to be one of our first memories of time travel.
Franklin Richards had inherited psionic and reality manipulation abilities from his gifted parents Susan Storm and Reed Richards. We got to see him as a child who had just stepped into the world of superheroes and was still learning about his abilities.
Star Wars- Jedi Academy
This comic told us the story of Roan, who had only one dream: to become a pilot like his elder brother, father, and grandfather. You see, he wanted to fit into the family. However, destiny had its plans for him. He was denied admission into Pilot School, but he received an admission letter from a school where he had not applied. He met Master Yoda and, under his guidance, learned about his powers and how he had the ability to move things quite literally. It has to be one of our favorites.
This Marvel comic comes with its unique sense of adventure. Usually, we see that the parents have to make up for all the wrongs done by their kids but look how that turns have tabled here! A group of children learns about the evil deeds of their parents, who constitute “The Pride.” These kids try to save the world from their parents and become superheroes in the course of it.
Well, this comic probably introduced all of us to the world of romance, that too complicated romance. Archie, a teenage boy who lives in Riverdale, has a huge crush on Veronica Lodge, but at the same time, Betty Cooper also interests him. Betty Cooper was a sweet, nice, and kind girl who knew how to care for her loved ones. At the same time, Veronica Lodge was a spoiled rich girl who did what she wanted to all the time.
Rose and Isabel
Rose and Isabel go out searching for their brothers, who have gone missing while fighting for the Union Army. To get them back, they have to fight a lot of men. The girls had to tread carefully! The action and storyline of this comic are quite thrilling and exciting.