This chapter discusses Grant Morrison’s participation in the 1990s in the resurgence of the superhero comics. Morrison was said to have pioneered the “widescreen” approach, which featured high-concept ideas and action on a grand scale. This chapter adds that Morrison further revived the superhero culture through the publishing of his graphic novel series, Flex Mentallo, which featured a comic book character living within the world created in his previous work, Doom Patrol.
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