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A History Channel documentary that examines the cultural significance of comic book heroes.

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  • Aug 26, 2009
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This wonderful History Channel program is a great introduction to comics and their societal implications throughout the 20th century. : )
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Comic Book Superheros Unmasked was a special on The History Channel about the history of the comic book industry from its origins in the 1930's to the present day, and how comic books have mirrored and affected the society around them. It featured traditional historians, people from inside the industry such as Stan Lee, and people who grew up reading comic books.

People featured in the documentary were Frank Miller, Denny O'Neil, Jim Steranko, Michael Chabon, Will Eisner, Kevin Smith, Neil Gaiman, Avi Arad, Joe Quesada, Paul Levitz, Mike Richardson, and Bradford Wright.

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Description: History Channel documentary covers the comic book phenomenon.
Genre: Documentary
Studio: A&E, History Channel
Original Air Date: July 2003
Starring: Stan Lee, Frank Miller
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