What prop did Ryan Reynolds steal from the Deadpool set? Whose Punisher would win in a fight, Jon Bernthal‘s or Norman Reedus‘? What does Kevin Feige think of Ronda Rousey‘s Captain Marvel campaign? What does the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Show More Summary
Just how crazy is Jared Leto‘s Suicide Squad performance? Do Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan want to be the new Captain America? What would Hugh Jackman look like as Old Man Logan? Which Civil War side is Stan Lee on? Could CBS’ Supergirl...Show More Summary
There are two superhero factions that will be at conflict with each other next year in Captain America: Civil War. On one side, there's Team Iron Man, who is in favor of superheroes being answerable to a governing body. On the other side is Team Captain America, who believes that civil liberties should take precedence over official regulation. Show More Summary
Unfortunately, Marvel fans out there have to sooner rather than later come to the realization that Stan Lee, the man, the comic book legend, is getting old. And at some point, we are going to have to say our final goodbyes. So what does Mr. Lee think about that? Well, he?s not too worried about it. Click To Continue Reading
The legendary comic book creator reveals who he stands with in Marvel's upcoming superhero civil war -- Iron Man or Captain America.
AMC is revealing more about the new season of THE WALKING DEAD.
Last week, the cast of Agent Carter cast played dirty in their ongoing charity dubsmash war with Agents of SHIELD, using Stan Lee against their enemies. This week, in response, SHIELD asked their rivals: “Why can’t we be friends?” To perform the dubsmash and send their message of love, Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson) and Chloe Bennett (Skye) […]
They're perhaps the two most commonly mocked heroes of their respective fictional universes; DC's Aquaman, created by Mort Weisinger and Paul Norris in 1941, and Marvel's Cyclops, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1963. One is the stalwart ruler of an underwater kingdom; the other is the redoubtable leader of a group of outcast mutants. Show More Summary
No one will beat Stan Lee as far as cameoes go, but here's ten superhero two-timers (and three-timers!) from film and TV.
It’s time for Round 2 of the charity dubsmash war between the casts of ABC’s Agent Carter and Agents of SHIELD! This time around, the Agent Carter cast — once again featuring James D’Arcy in drag — recruited Stan Lee for help. In the video (which you can watch on the official Crowdrise page) Hayley […]
Hayley Atwell and Stan Lee get ready to go for a spin in Agent Coulson's beloved car Lola in the latest Dubsmash War video.
At 19 years old, Gerry Conway --- born this day in 1952 --- took over writing duties on The Amazing Spider-Man. If that wasn't enough pressure for a kid, know that he took over from Stan Lee, who co-created the character and wrote over a hundred issues. Show More Summary
From Galactus and the Silver Surfer to the Inhumans and Black Panther, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's "FF" was the first chapter for Marvel's mightiest creations.
Did Black Adam just issue a challenge to Superman? Does Tom Hardy want back into the DC Extended Universe? Who’s Stan Lee‘s favorite MCU actor? Is Fantastic Four the summer’s biggest flop? How does Hawkeye really feel about Quicksilver?...Show More Summary
They say you should never have a favorite child -- or at least admit to it -- but when you're the Marvel king and you're 92 years old, you can pretty much do whatever you want. Stan Lee just went ahead and named his favorite Marvel actor,...Show More Summary
Stan Lee shared details about his cameo on the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse" film.
That’s what Lee told Larry King, at least.
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It’s hard to imagine, although it has occasionally happened, seeing a Marvel movie where Stan Lee doesn’t cameo. About 50 Marvel movies so far, and only a handful haven’t featured a sneaky appearance by the man who created most of the Marvel Universe, in fact it’s part of the fun of seeing a Marvel movie, […]
Considered the title that began the Marvel Universe, CBR explores how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby laid the foundation for more than 50 years of comics.