Sex, Lies & Superheroes features the writers and artists who have helped make comic books a medium for sophisticated stories and artwork. Stan Lee discusses the origins of the industry; ... See full summary »

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Sex, Lies & Superheroes features the writers and artists who have helped make comic books a medium for sophisticated stories and artwork. Stan Lee discusses the origins of the industry; Neil Gaiman and John Byrne speak on superheroes as modern mythology; Frank Miller and Bill Sienkewicz discuss the relationship of politics and comics; Peter David tells the story of the meanest thing he has ever done to a fan; and much more. Written by Anonymous

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No comic book creators were harmed during the making of this film. They were, however, forced to sit under bright lights for hours of end and forced to answer all sorts of very personal questions. See more »

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References Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989) See more »

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Pulp Song
Written by Shawn Christensen
Written by 'Amanda Tannen (I)'
Written by 'Michael Jurin (I)'
Performed by Stellastarr*
Courtesy of Stellastarr*
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