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Creating a comic book theme out of your kid'sroom is not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, the hardest part willprobably be deciding on which comic book or character to base the room on. Read on to know how to remodel the kid's room comic book themed.

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Allowing the kids to join the remodeling of their room will make you a hero. Photo Credit: two stout monks

Comic books could not be more popular right now. If the kids aren't reading them they're seeing them on televisions and movie screens the world round. Marvel Comics even has its own production company. Like it or not, the odds are good that your son or daughter is a fan of one comic book or another. So the next time they ask why they don't see Superman flying around, you can say: "Well maybe you will...maybe you will."

That's because creating a comic book theme out of your kid's room is not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, the hardest part will probably be deciding on which comic book or character to base the room on. Once you or the kids have decided that you can get started, it all starts with:


Paint the room in colors similar to that of the comic book or superhero in question. Superman was always an easy classic thanks to his bright colors and innocent quality. Comic book heroes nowadays are a tad darker, so this could be tricky unless you are content painting your child's room black and grey -- not very stimulating colors. Fear not, however, as you can always choose the brighter color for a base (or even white) and add some graphics to seal the deal.


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