The film touches on the lives of Canadian comic book illustrators and how they take on the world of comic conventions as well as the competition of producing and selling their work to fans while growing their audience.
The film focuses on a number of artist including both male and female.
I personally would have wanted to see more representation of the female voice in comics; however, they seem to have had a limitation on who they interviewed as you don't spot many women at their events. This could have been due to the nature of the industry.
The film does focus on Studio Comics and their owner/creator quite a bit as his story seems to be one of the main story arcs.
What I found most interesting was the part about Stan Lee where the film opens up with his famous line from Spiderman comics " With great powers, come great responsibility" This theme is introduced early but is brought back towards the end as we see an example of how comic book representation accomplishes this in the real world.
The film also touches on Canadian comic book history which was interesting and used quite nicely in the film but dragged a little too long.
Overall a great film for Comic book fans, Really enjoyed this!