In this week’s Second Print Comics Podcast, those rabble rousers Marc and Remso break down the Image Comics Revolution – the spark that lit the comic book industry ablaze in 1992 when seven of the top artists at Marvel – Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri, Eric Larsen, Jim Valentino, and While Portacio – left the corporate comic world to launch their own, independent company, Image Comics! They look at the history of the rift between creators and corporate over control of their characters over the years, from Jerry Siegel and Joel Schuster with Superman to Jack Kirby with X-Men, Fantastic Four, etc. to the Image founders of the ’90’s. Was the Image Revolution a success? How can we rate this act of revolutionary defiance almost thirty years later? Marc and Remso break it all down for the Second Print whippersnappin’ fans!
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