This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explores the relationship between memory and its representation in comics by arguing that the comics form, and its mechanics, are an ideal vehicle through which to explore the fragmented and mutable nature of both conscious and unconscious memories. It examines the way that boundaries between individual, collective, and national memories, interact, reflected in the cross-discursive, highly intertextual, and exploratory strategies adopted in each of the texts. The presence of comics online invites related questions about how memory is encoded and discarded and narrated in this “infinite canvas”, and how it is staged across social media platforms. The range of discursive modes that comics can embody, such as the photographic, iconic, abstract, digital, pictorial, as well as drawing itself, allow artists and comics creators to explore the divergent aspects of memory itself.