I created an infographic designed to persuade people who see comics as a genre and not a medium for telling stories of any shape, size, or texture. My contention is that comics can achieve with the combination of pictures and words, an experience unlike no other. This is my first run at the subject and I hope to revise this piece in the future based on any feedback I receive.
Of the genre combinations, this is not one that readily comes to mind (such as the ever popular Slasher/Romantic Comedy crossover). My favorite crossover might be Horror/Comedy with SF/Horror a close second, but some really great SF just happens to have Western themes. Check out my top ten. It was originally five, but then I remembered 5 more: 10. Westworld (movie) - About a theme park that uses A.I. androids to show guests "a good time" in different worlds created to simulate space travel, ancient Rome, the Age of Chivalry, and the wild west. Unfortunately, a good time means being massacred by androids. Some great moments in this flick and Yul Brynner is the baddest android gunslinger badass ever, but takes too long to get going. This could use a remake, but avoid the sequel like the Black Death if you know what's good for ya'. Look for the late Majel Barrett Roddenberry Roddenberry in one of her few non-Trek roles. 9. Star Trek: The Original Series "Sp
Two nitpics. 1) what do you have against apostrophes? 2) you mix references together for comic Strips, comic Books, and Graphic novels, 3 distinctly different media. Some comments about strips are out of context for books, and vice versa.