Seven renegade artists shock the comic-book industry by starting their own company, Image Comics, to rival giants Marvel and DC.
The rise and fall of Milestone Comics, an African-American owned comic book imprint, which came to life in early 1990's New York.
This episode explores how the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York fundamentally changed how comic books are written and superheroes are portrayed.
The story of how the world's first superhero came to be and how Superman's creators fought for years to receive proper credit and compensation.
As comic books became popular and male superheroes rose to stardom, one man created a feminist superhero inspired by both his wife and his mistress.
Jack Kirby and Stan Lee invented Marvel's most beloved characters. But was it Kirby's artwork or Lee's bravado and writing that started a revolution?
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