MARVEL UK in the 90s.

Comics Channel 4's Opening Shot was a shorter version of The South Bank Show aimed at young people in the 1990s. Find above, unearthed by VHS Video Vault, the episode about MARVEL UK from 1993 in which the likes of Stan Lee and then MARVEL UK editor in chief Paul Neary, who was the second editor of Doctor Who Weekly, talk about the differences between storytelling in British comics in comparison to stateside and the success of Deaths Head and the like in the US. It's not especially depthful in terms of the history but there is a pleasingly lengthy section about women in comics.

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