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In 1961, Stan Lee teamed with artist Jack Kirby to create the super-hero team, The Fantastic Four, changing the face of comic books forever. They then went on a creative rampage, creating the Incredible Hulk, the Mighty Thor, and the X-Men. Then, in 1964, Lee teamed with Steve Ditko to create a teenage super-hero with teenage characteristics. The amazing Spider-Man would become the most popular comic book character in the world. Presented here in two complete features, enhanced by rare photos and a tour of Lee's personal memorabilia collection, Lee talks in-depth with filmmaker Kevin Smith about his role in creating our modern mythology.
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#1
Hi- you might want to let people know if it's a DVD or a book in the title (it's not clear, sorry), cheers
#2
It's a dvd. I think this has been on the tv a few times. About an hour long. I always feel the artists like Ditko don't really get the credit they deserve. Everyone knows Stan Lee, but often the artists both wrote the story and did the artwork too.
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wonkypops
Hi- you might want to let people know if it's a DVD or a book in the title (it's not clear, sorry), cheers


Ah sorry about that, I've now submitted a request to change the title.
#4
I saw a documentary on Ditko, Stan Lee & Marvel last year. I don't know if it was the same documentary, but it sure was facinating (and I'm not some comic junkie). I'd never heard of Ditko before this, but that he is so anonymous given Spiderman is 1/2 his creation is frankly ridiculous.

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