What a shitty, stupid post. Stop crossboard posting. >genuinely dedicated to creativity in the 80s
While there were some experiments like Ronin or Camelot 3000, and the great progressive leadership of Jennete Khan, mainstream superhero comics were about the dollar and tight editorial as usual, comix really made their imprint in the 70's, and Vertigo style comics got really hot in the 90s.>Then the speculator market changed everything in the 90s and caused the industry to collapse
Yeah, ignore 90s Vertigo, Clowes and the rise of creator owned mainstream work, you idiot.>Then in the 2000s it became an ultra niche thing that NOBODY reads anymore
Definetively a low point for mainstream superhero comics making money, which says absolutely nothing of the larger artistic endeavors, and only fucks up your last point trying to sound rugged and grim for the current era, where mainstream superhero comics sell just fine.