Rob Liefeld on Leaving Marvel Comics in the Early ’90s

For the past twenty-five years, Rob Liefeld has been a best-selling and controversial comics creator. Here, he discusses working for Marvel Comics in the early ’90s and the changing corporate culture there that led him to leave and co-found Image Comics.

Find out more of Rob’s story in the upcoming documentary The Image Revolution, available now for pre-order at http://sequart.org/store/.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Patrick Meaney is a writer / filmmaker based in New York. He is co-founder and president of Respect! Films, where he's producing, among other things, feature-length documentaries for Sequart.

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  1. I’d be curious to know how Liefield reconciles this stance of how the X-titles and Spider-Man books of this period exploded “because of them” when he takes Scott Snyder unduly to task for his and Greg Capullo’s success on Batman with his repeated assertion the success is due in much larger part to the character and not the creative team. Interesting.

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