Updated on 16 October, 2021
Impregnation Comics is a new imprint of DC Comics that focuses on the characters and themes related to impurities in life. The character roster includes Batman, Robin, Batgirl, Batwoman, The Riddler, Cat Woman, The Phantom, The Green Hornet, The Flash, The Hooded Justice League, The Vandal and The Martian Hunter. The publisher is Bob Kane and Bill Finger. These characters are introduced to comic book readers for the first time and given super hero action in the process. This brand of comic book relays the importance of impurities in our world today and it gives us an idea of what would happen if we didn't get rid of them.
It all began when two teenagers, Hyppolyta andressed were transformed into powerful zombies. Impregnation Comics #1 introduced this concept to readers. Impregnation means that the character is unable to have a child and is infected with an impurity. The comic book universe learned that these characters have mysterious bloods which is responsible for the infection process.
The concept wasn't very appealing to the public at first. People were afraid of vampires and wanted to create a new superhero. The superheroes of today are far different from what we had in mind. We didn't want superman to be weak because he's only human. We want strong characters with deep seeded emotional problems and super powers to overcome their problems.
In the early days of creation of Impregnation Comics, writers weren't as open with the direction in which the storyline should go. Stories had to be told in order to advance the plot. The best stories had a strong conflict in them that could be resolved with the main characters coming together. The writer needed to focus on creating conflict and resolving it in the story to move the story forward. Sometimes, this meant having to kill someone to get to the next step of the story.
Bob Kane and Bill Finger laid out the rules for the story in the pages of Impressionist art. The story was supposed to represent life in general and depict the struggles of the underclass. The superheroes of today are far different than they originally were. They are just as powerful, but they don't have to deal with life on the street.
The original concept for the character Impression was based on the lives of prostitutes and those who were considered undesirable in society. The comic was a response to the criminal justice system and the treatment of women in that era. Most of the villains were based around pimps and johns who prey on women who are considered unacceptable.
The writers of impregnation comics didn't deal with race or class when it came to the villains. Black Americans didn't like having superpowers because of the way the media had portrayed black men in the past. The media made black Americans into fighters and super heroes. The problem with this type of thinking is that there aren't many heroes in the black community.
Most black Americans don't look up to super heroes. If the readers of impregnation comics are black, then they were probably influenced by comics about vigilantism, which wasn't very popular in their community. If you enjoy reading about robbing, rape, and murder, then you will likely enjoy reading about impregnation. If you prefer soap opera type stories, then the writers of those comics probably won't give you much inspiration. You will probably have to search online for some great black superheroes.
Women who have been pimples and have not had the privilege of growing out them, will always have a strong desire to find a way to get rid of the problem. Impatient women and those with financial issues will look into impregnation comics. The problem with this type of story is that you usually only find one or two issues of each comic released over a long period of time. It can be very difficult to wait that long for a new issue of a comic book you loved!
As a result, some women who love these stories will simply wait for years and decades to see what new creative team will do their version of impregnation. The impregnation stories are still up and coming today and the future is unknown. If you want to see a new female super villain come to life, you might want to wait and see what happens in 2021. If you're a comic book fan, then you already know that it's not easy to keep up with the super hero and villains that are constantly evolving.
On the other hand, we also have stories like that of Wonder Woman and Supergirl. Those two have proven themselves over time to be among the best selling titles in comics today. If you haven't picked up a copy of Wonder Woman or Supergirl comics, you should immediately do so. You'll be glad you did! In addition, there are many other great comic books being written at this moment.