Beginnings And Ends Do Not Exist

   It just occurred to me that from a philosophical viewpoint one could say that comics are most frequently reinventing the details or middle of the story. What I mean by this is that a story exists mainly as a point(s) in time within any respective universe(s), but we can never truly say that the beginning or ending is ever truly explored.

   Take any Kryptons' origin or The Universe that is said to have existed before the Marvel 616 reality. If you think about these beginnings then you will notice that we always start after a sequence events have already happened for Baby Kal-El or Galactus. Due to reboots, resurrections, and so on we never truly see an end to character growth. Its as if humanity's fear of the unknown and limitations prevent us from learning the beginnings and considering the possible actual end of a universe, fictional or otherwise.

    Even ancient stories featuring Norse, Egyptian, or Judeo-Christian deities are not immune to man's apparent fear of the unknown. Comics are just the most repetitive regarding the looping-pattern cliche storytelling has, next to real life, in this (our) reality.


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