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Save In an age when comic heroes have moved from paper to the big screen, local comic book stores have continued to grow and thrive as new customers are drawn into the worlds found between the pages. Norman has two local shops dedicated to selling comics: Speeding Bullet Comics, a traditional comic store with a large selection of both new and old comics, located on Porter Avenue; and Wizard's Asylum , a combined comic and gaming store located on West Main Street. Both stores rely on the continuous growth of the comic book industry to draw in customers. Dan Nash, store manager at Speeding Bullet Comics, has worked in the store for 15 years. Nash said he started reading comics as a kid and never stopped. He said there are various genres of comics, not just ones about superheroes.
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This denial suggests to readers that he just speaks and acts following his heart and hates others who don't know his thoughts but are always judging him. Plot[ edit ] In the first part, the narrator recounts the carefree life of the leading character and Tie Niu in Shanghai.
In this part, the protagonist shows no interest in study. Junior school teachers appear as very cruel to less wealthy and less academically inclined students, which results in these two characters' hatred of school. In the following years, the two little boys skipped school all day and joined an informal faction.
During the time in the faction, actually, they didn't do anything antisocial, they just idled away and laughed, shouted and played. But this part has a mysterious ending that Tie Niu disappeared in a certain summer holiday and no longer appeared.
In the second part, another important character Lao Xia appeared when the protagonist entered the university. In their daily life, they didn't act as students.
Their lives were full of drinking and different methods of pursuing different beautiful girls.
Completely empty, they started to study cars. In a car accident, Xia injures someone and is thrown out of the college. Eventually, the protagonist was expelled, either because of this or being framed for stealing cars.
In the last part, the author describes Lao Qiang and the protagonist's lives as fake writers. They wrote books for famous authors and then published in their names.