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Desc:BBC documentary about reclusive Spider-Man and The Question creator Steve Ditko.
Category:Arts, Classic TV Clips
Tags:comics, spider-man, objectivism, The Question, steve ditko
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Oh man, so much great stuff: distinguished british gentlemen casually discussing comic books in their private comic museums, failed psychedelic 70s TV pilots, Alan Moore reciting poetry, the Randian insanity of Mr. A....I don't even read comic books and this rules.
Still more sane than Neal Adams' adherence to expanding earth theory.
Lord Running Clam
Moorcock vs. Moore beard vs. beard SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY
The Question, The Fountainhead and now Ditko.

Objectivism is Magic Week?
throw in some Ron Paul idiocy also

WE've got one week left until Armadebton, so let the chips fall where they may.

Part six and the interview with Stan Lee is the second most profound thing of this Documentary.

Too bad the most profound thing was off camera.
Surprisingly, Stan Lee comes away from this looking like a pretty good guy. I don't get the feeling he's doing a Bob Kane where he tries to prevent others from getting their proper credit (while ripping off other artists' work Liefeld style no less).

Seeing Neil Gaiman squeal like a little girl made me happy.

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