Heroes Manufactured: Creators Unleashed

Heroes Manufactured: Creators Unleashed

6 Episodes

A reality series following North America's top comic cons while showcasing the best of pop culture's creative talent. Heroes Manufactured: Creators Unleashed explores the world of illustration, cosplay, toy creation, game development, and much more...

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Heroes Manufactured: Creators Unleashed
  • HM 101 Heroes of Fan Expo Canada

    Episode 1

    A news-based documentary series about the best in pop culture creations and artistry while exploring the top comic cons from 7 North American cities. In this episode, we explore Canada's and North America's largest comic convention FAN EXPO CANADA!

  • HM 102 Creators of Hamilton Comic Con

    Episode 2

    The Heroes Team visits Hamilton Ontario for an event that brings out some of the best Canadian and American artists and creators including Marvel and DC legendary comic artist Jim Shooter.

  • HM 103 Heroes at the Border: Niagara Falls and Detroit

    Episode 3

    A look into comic conventions and creators at the border cities of Canada and the U.S. as the Heroes Manufactured team visits Niagara Falls Comic Con and Detroit's Motor City Comic Con.

  • HM 104 Heroes of Supercon Miami

    Episode 4

    FLORIDA SUPERCON - In Miami Florida, is an incredible U.S. event filled with celebs, artists, creators, and more. Here the Heroes team explores some of the best talent, creations, and artistry from southern Florida and from across the U.S.

  • HM 105 Heroes of the Big Apple: New York Comic Con

    Episode 5

    New York Comic Con, one of the largest cons in North America and where America's elite artists showcase their talents. Here is where we explore the best from around the world.

  • HM 106 San Diego Comic Con: Celebrating 50 Years

    Episode 6

    San Diego Comic Con 50, The world's most spectacular comic con for creators from across the globe. Here we explore some of the top illustrators, manufacturers, corporate brands, and studios known to man while celebrating 50 years of SDCC.