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Fandom says “we’re all going to die” in next generation of comics

Fox News reports that fans are turning to alternative mediums for the next generation.

The report cites “fandom scientist” and comic book artist Nate Schuman, who is in the midst of his final year at the University of California, Berkeley.

According to the report, Schuman believes that the internet and digital comics have the potential to usher in a new age of comics.

“I believe that there’s going to be a whole generation of people who will look at this, and say, ‘Wait, I don’t want to read a book like that anymore,'” he said.

“And I think that’s going’t just be the fans.

I think there’s a whole new generation of readers that are just going to love it.

I mean, I think the internet is going to allow that to happen.”

The article also includes the statement from comic book creator Rob Liefeld: “We’re going to have to find a way to survive as a species.

We can’t survive on what’s good for the industry, on what makes it a money-making industry.”