Explores the growing popularity of comic books among children. Emphasis is placed on the swapping of comic books, as well as their affordability, making them the number one form of children's literature in 1948.
Psychiatrists cannot agree as to whether or not comic books are causing children to become violent. A majority agree children could be reading better literature, and as such they should visit the library in order to find new, better books to read.
Discusses how comic book censorship has been effective in some respects in the United States. Won Lee explores the fact that children are becoming more discerning in their reading choices, thus losing interest in obscene comics.