Music While Reading Comic Books?

Batman Music


Black Canary

What do you listen to while reading your comics? Or do you need silence when reading comics?  This topic has come up a few times while talking to other comic book fans. That got me thinking about the preference of the community of comic book fans as a whole.  Let us know in the comments below which you prefer and if you do listen to music what type of music to you enjoy while reading?




As for myself I like music on while I read comics.  I even gone as far as creating stations on various sites just for reading comics.  I’ve found that classical works the best for me and I breeze through my massive weekly mountain of comics.  Basically anything with limited to no vocals in it is my preference.  Other wise I might start singing along with whatever is on, so that would not work.  Without music I tend to read one or two comics and then take a break or watch a video, but with it I read till I’m finished or need something to drink.  So let us know which side of this comic book fence you are on, then go read some more comics!

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Front 242 is my go to any big Grant Morrison Apocaliptic story. Post-Punks like Joy Division, The Cure along with Bauhaus were all part of my early Hellblazer reading days. Lol I like the dark stuff. Ha-Ha!

While reading anything I find listening to non-vocal music is beneficial. Classical is great but I prefer film scores like all the Hans Zimmer scores for Christopher Nolan films or the Cliff Hernandez score for Solaris. Also minaml piano/string stuff like Philip Glass or even Erik Satie is good for low-action stuff.

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