What will Mr. Freeze look like on Gotham? Want to see Batmobile creator George Barris‘ custom Batmobile casket? What would a first-person Avengers video game would have been like? How does Professor X go bald in X-Men: Apocalypse? Does Anna Paquin want to do more X-Men movies? All that and more in this edition of […] The post Superhero Bits: Mr. Show More Summary
It involved Captain America and a "traitor."
A look at the economics of custom variants! "Jumble" cartoonist Henri Arnold passes away. Interviews with Stan Lee, Francoise Mouly and Zunar! Plus much more!
Enter: Luke Skywalker! In 1976 Roy Thomas was an 11 year veteran of Marvel Comics. He had been Stan Lee’s hand-picked successor to the position of editor-in-chief at the company when, in 1972, Lee began the long process of disentangling himself from the company’s day-to-day operations. Show More Summary
<< Back to “80 Amazing Holiday Gifts” Stan Lee Comic-Book Canvas Prints: $100,000 Comic-book fans will forever marvel at this rare set of 24 comic-book-cover canvas prints signed by Marvel legend Stan Lee, which are offered by Choice Collectibles. Show More Summary
Peter David and Colleen Doran tell CBR what went into creating the comic book biography of one of comics' most legendary creators.
Salon talks to Colleen Doran, who illustrated Stan Lee's "Amazing Fantastic Incredible" graphic memoir
After viewing the first seven of its 13 episodes, I have determined that what makes Marvel's latest comic book-based project so super is how un-super its lead character is. Sure, the hero of Netflix's Jessica Jones has incredible strength...Show More Summary
Paul Tumey talks to Louise Amandes and Ron Austin. Someone whose name isn't provided so that I can tell talks to Lee Salem. here's a list of terrible things Jack Kirby and Stan Lee's Cyclops character has done. I like how some of them...Show More Summary
Which Constantine star has joined Supergirl as an alien villain? What was Stan Lee‘s response to learning Iceman is gay? Who is writing The Dark Knight Returns IV? Will we see a crossover episode for The Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow?...Show More Summary
In April we told you about Iceman, one of the original X-Men, coming out as gay. Apparently, though, Iceman’s creator, comics legend Stan Lee, didn’t get the memo about the superhero’s sexuality. The Evening Standard reports: When [… Read The post The Moment Stan Lee Learned That His Character Iceman Is Gay: LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
Some of the cool things we learned from Stan Lee's new comic book-style memoir.
Iceman co-creator Stan Lee learned about the recent revelation about the character's sexuality during an interview with BBC Radio 4.
Japanese police charge three with copyright violations! Japan considers changes to copyright laws! Stan Lee talks "Amazing Fantastic Incredible"! Plus much more!
No one is as beloved by the world at large, yet so polarizing within the field of comics, as Stan Lee. At once the avuncular face of the Marvel age of comics, recognizable across the world for his cameos in every Marvel movie ever made,...Show More Summary
Stan "The Man" pops up in a familiar place for a cameo in Netflix's second Marvel series.
There's one kind of memoir in which men and women of letters reflect on the details of an important period in their lives or look back thoughtfully at their careers. There's another kind that piggybacks on the celebrity of bold-faced names, repeating familiar tales of cultural success from the...
Stan Lee is a legend. Along with artists Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, Lee helped populate the Marvel Comics universe with heroes like the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk and Iron Man. Their most famous creation — Lee calls him "Spidey" — is everywhere in this office, as a painting, a life-size doll, and even a pinball machine. Show More Summary
What would Spider-Man in feudal Japan look like? How terrifying is Zoom on The Flash? What’s Livewire doing on Supergirl? Does a new set video from Doctor Strange provide any new details? Is there a Stan Lee Museum of Art & Comics on...Show More Summary
A graphic memoir by the legendary Stan Lee came out this week.