Image Comics Documentary 'So Much Damage' Debuts First Trailer

Syfy has released (via Entertainment Weekly) the first trailer for So Much Damage: How Image Comics Changed the World.

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A five-part documentary series, the project chronicles the rise, fall and comeback of Image Comics, and its lasting influence on the entertainment industry as a whole. The series features in-depth interviews with the company's founders -- including superstar writer/artists Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee and Rob Liefeld -- in addition to its modern architects, like The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman.

So Much Damage: How Image Comics Changed the World is produced by Syfy's digital division, Syfy Wire, and is set to debut all five parts November 20 on the official Syfy website.

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Image Comics was founded in 1992 by Marvel comics artists-turned independent creators Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane, Erik Larsen, Whilce Portacio, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino. Since the debut of the company's first comic book issue, Spawn #1, the publisher has remained a powerhouse and massively influential tour de force in the medium. To this day, McFarlane, Larsen, Silvestri, Valentino and Liefeld still produce comics for the publishing giant.

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