The List #433, p. 98 (Jan 31 - Feb 14, 2002)
The idea of recasting Wall Street stockbrokers as superheroes is a bloody cheeky one. After all, they are, as detailed in the seven short strips in this one-shot comic, portrayed as unethical, vindictive and dishonest: hardly the stuff of webslingers and men of steel.
In fact, the opening tale, "The Comic Book Villain," is the
true (as the authors allege everything in this collection) story of Ronald
O. Perelman, the man who bought and bankrupted comic publishing giant
Marvel. The storytelling and artwork are far from dynamic, but economics
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