In the early ’90s, as punk rock music was sweeping the nation, the comic book industry was having its own punk moment. Fed up with the inability to control their own work, seven of the industry’s top artists left their positions at the top-of-the-charts for Marvel and DC to form their own company: Image Comics.
Defying the naysayers, Image Comics becomes one of the dominant publishing companies in comics, rivaling even the Big Two. But when some of the biggest egos in comics were forced to run a company together, things didn’t go as smoothly as planned.
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