How Spider-Man (And Harry Potter, Bob Marley And Friends) Helps The World Learn English

I’m not the biggest fan of running infographics on Bleeding Cool. Usually a barely-disguised advert for something trying to get free coverage with little imagination and often poor research.

But this one? This one I liked.

Research by Kaplan International Colleges, a leading provider of English courses, hence this infographic and those links,on how people improved their knowledge of the English language. With over half using comic books, and Spider-Man being the most popular.

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