Episode: Marvel vs DC - Schemes, Scans, and Double Crosses | 4


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Marvel vs DC - Schemes, Scans, and Double Crosses | 4

It’s 1970 and the unthinkable just happened. Jack Kirby, one of the men who made Marvel, has defected to DC. With him he brought an idea that may just end Marvel for good. But as soon as DC seems to be pulling back into the lead, something else goes wrong - there’s a spy in their midst.


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