Violence is used in many ways in promos as a hook to draw viewers into the program. That is because violence is an effective promotional device. But severe permanent damage could be done to the children's minds by such pornographic and sadistic material, in which detail is powerfully realistic. The increasing demand of comics, the wide use of the Internet, and viewing television are the main forms of media, which have caused people's minds to perform violence.
First of all, comics play an important role in the promotion of Media Violence. The comics were universally condemned. They were badly produced, on poor paper with cheap print. They were full of sadistic violence, horrific obsession with death, lustful representations of women. They showed crime in a glamorous light. Nothing was sacred, everything was corrupt. They could do, must do real damage to their young readers. It was an act of simple morality to stop these fly-by-night publishers (Barrat 3). For a nave person, whatever the comic depicts is accepted as normal and may be copied. One reads "Superman- and sees that he throws punches at the villain and so he or she, without realizing it, has already absorbed Superman's heroic acts into his or her system. Comics are also written in colloquial and sometimes vulgar language, which the reader may find amusing and "cool- to use. Therefore, since the reader believes the comics, he or she tends to shape his or her attitude as a character in the comic violent and vulgar. Once, a girl who actually believed in Superman jumped off the Grand Canyon, thinking that he would save her. She died in that incident. Comics come with illustrations that consist of violent scenes that make comics even more believable. The deceived reader tends to mix reality and fantasy, and without realizing it, he or she tends to long for his or her hero in time of need, when the only person who can help achieve and solve his or her problems is himself or herself.