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Great Power, Great Responsibility 

With Cold War America finding its self-identity challenged, the superhero genre is reinvented with more complex characters and storytelling artistry.

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Himself - Writer & Editor, Marvel Comics
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Mark Waid ...
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Jim Steranko ...
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Neal Adams ...
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Ramona Fradon ...
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Carmine Infantino ...
Himself - Artist, DC Comics
Danny Fingeroth ...
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Himself - Chief Creative Officer, Marvel Entertainment
Arlen Schumer ...
Himself - Artist & Designer
Jack Kirby ...
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Walter Simonson ...
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With Cold War America finding its self-identity challenged, the superhero genre is reinvented with more complex characters and storytelling artistry.

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31 March 2014 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

This second part of this documentary about super heroes follows them through the sixties up to seventies. This is an honest work as we can see and hear interviews of the authors (Stan the Man, Steranko, Neal Adams) and the documentary tries to grasp all the field : artwork, the Marvel way, the censorship, the social content. What i like was to see the art on my big screen TV because those artists are really hardworking genius for me and deserve recognition. I also discover the clear link between the assassination of JFK and the resurrection of Captain America. Steranko was a discovery for me as you can see that his Nick Fury was really innovative and for those who have still doubts, it's clearly Spidey who kills (accidentally) Gwen with his snapping web !


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