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Comic book confidential

Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Françoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman.

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  • "Complete history & evolution of the comic book"@en
  • "Ron Mann's comic book confidential"@en

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  • "Documentaire retraçant l'histoire de la bande dessinée de 1933 à 1988. Entretiens avec 22 bédéistes ayant participé à faire connaître cet art: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Françoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Françoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."@en
  • "This is the third of Ron Mann's trilogy on North American cultural history focusing on new waves of artistic expression. (See also Poetry in Motion). The film looks at comic books as subversive art (wartime propaganda notwithstanding) following a rough chronology from the thirties to the eighties. Excerpts from interviews with comic strip artists; including William M. Gaines, Will Eisner and Robert Crumb, are combined with excerpts ('readings') from their work, accompanied by popular music of the time and intercut with disturbing newsreel footage from the fifties calling for the banning and destruction of comic books."@en
  • "Documentary on development of comic books, made in 1988. Recorded Channel 4, 18th January 1995."
  • "Documentaire over opkomst en ontwikkeling van het stripverhaal in de Verenigde Staten, aangevuld met o.a. striptekeningen en biografieën."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoso, Francaise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."
  • "Looks at comic books as subversive art (wartime propaganda notwithstanding) from the 1930s to 1980s. Includes interviews with major comic artists, such as Will Eisner, who read excerpts from their work, accompanied by popular musicof the time, and intercut with newsreel footage from the 1950s calling for the banning and."@en
  • "Looks at comic books as subversive art (wartime propaganda notwithstanding) from the 1930s to 1980s. Includes interviews with major comic artists, such as Will Eisner, who read excerpts from their work, accompanied by popular musicof the time, and intercut with newsreel footage from the 1950s calling for the banning and."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. Twenty-two significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoso, Francoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."@en
  • "Profiles twenty-two of the most significant artists and writers working in comic books, graphic novels and strip art in North America today. Combining interviews, archival footage and state-of-the-art animation techniques, the documentary traces the origins and progress of the 55-year-old popular comic book medium and links it to historical events."
  • ""Un tour d'horizon de la "culture comics", née dans les années 50 aux Etats-Unis."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed, and an intense look at the public's need for superheroes is examined."@en
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Francaise Mowly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."@en
  • "Profiles 22 of the most influential artists and writers in comic books, graphic novels, and strip art today. Special features include never-before-seen footage, the original theatrical trailer for the film, and interviews."
  • "De la vogue des super-héros des années de guerre au fabuleux "Spirit" de Will Eisner, de la chasse aux sorcières des années cinquante à l'insolence de "Mad", ce document s'attache à retracer les origines et l'évolution du comic book (bande dessinée américaine), à travers images d'archives et entretiens avec 22 dessinateurs dont Robert Crumb, Jack Kirby, Art Spiegelman, Stan Lee..."
  • "Profiles 22 of the most significant artists working in comic books in North America."
  • "This film profiles twenty-two of the most significant artists and writers working in comic books, graphic novels and strip art in North America today. Combining interviews, archival footage and state-of-the-art animation techniques, the documentary traces the origins and progress of the 55-year-old popular comic book medium and links it to historical events."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. Twenty-two significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Francoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."
  • "Combines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. Twenty-two significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Francoise Mouly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman."@en

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  • "Comic book confidential"@en
  • "Comic book confidential"
  • "Comic book confidential træk af amerikansk tegneseriehistorie"
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