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Mark Waid Writing Styles in Kingdom Come

Mark Waid
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Style

Point of View

The story is narrated from a first person point of view. The narrator is Norman, a preacher who has lost hope. Norman's narration tells the reader what he sees, hears and thinks. The graphics make it possible for the reader to also actually see what Norman witnesses.

Norman's character narrates the story with a unique point of view. As a pastor, he is well versed in the Book of Revelation. Perhaps his unique experience with the scripture is what allows him to handle some of its horrific detail. He remains relatively mild-mannered, even though he is guided through time warps with a dark character known as the Spectre. After the initial shock of meeting the Spectre, Norman really never seems nervous or upset about traveling with him through time. His even-tempered, mild-mannered attitude builds his character into a realistic, believable narrator. There is additional believability in...

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