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The Atlas Comics monster stories of the late 1950s cemented Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's working relationship, and laid the groundwork for the revolution they would launch with Fantastic Four #1 in 1961. In honor of Jack Kirby's birthday, we've compiled this gallery of some of his finest Atlas-era covers! Continue reading…
To celebrate Kirby's birthday, in 1987 Lee joined a radio interview with the artist to discuss their Marvel Comics work and debate "who did what."
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The first issue of The Incredible Hulk was published in May 1962, written by movie cameo addict Stan Lee and featuring spectacular art by the great Jack Kirby. The cover depicts a familiar-looking but grey behemoth looming over a skinny, scared guy in a lab coat. Show More Summary
As you may be aware, an ex-assistant of Stan Lee has recently launched a lawsuit against Lee, his wife Joan Lee, their daughter Joan Celia Lee, and two of their companies, “alleging multiple labor code violations, wrongful firing and intentional infliction of emotional distress.” A more detailed report of the charges paints a pretty harsh […]
Andrew Garfield and Stan Lee shared their thoughts on the casting of Tom Holland as the new SPIDER-MAN.
Personal assistant claims Stan Lee less Mr. Fantastic, more Dr. Doom. Jesus, this kid wouldn't last five minutes in Biglaw. [Courthouse News Service] Hot buns make customer very cross. [Lowering the Bar] Future generations are suing Obama over climate change. Show More Summary
Growing up I didn’t read comic books, but I watched the heck out of superhero cartoons on Saturday mornings. All I knew of Stan Lee was that he was the man who introduced the Spider-Man episode…
Everyone knows Stan Lee as the all-father of comic books, having co-created (along with Jack Kirby) the most famous super heroes in history. He’s also wildly recognized as a stand-up guy, always happy and full of sun shine – an ever constant example of positivity and enthusiasm. But, is he really? If you take into […]
We’ve seen our fair share of custom LEGO sets, delivering building block versions of vehicles and settings from our favorite movies, such as the Jurassic Park visitor center or the armored vehicles of Mad Max: Fury Road. However, rarely do we see a single person given the LEGO treatment. Show More Summary
Michael B. Jordan spoke with us about "Fantastic Four," "Creed," and his powerful Black Lives Matter BET Awards speech.
Henson and Lee battle to a place of grudging respect till spoiler Walt Disney shows up and (literally) owns them both. Read the rest
Stan Lee’s Fantastic Four is set to release this Friday. And believe it or not, Ed the Sock is a good friend of Stan’s. Okay, maybe not a good friend but they have met up a few times to discuss … More » The post Stan Lee Gives Ed the Sock Some Advice appeared first on EveryJoe.
Stan Lee is no fool. He worked his way up from the figurative mailroom to become the president and chairman of Marvel Comics. And according to Complex, DC Comics-superfan Lee is saying that only a fool would bet against Superman in a tussle against the caped crusader. Show More Summary
Stan Lee and Jim Henson are two creators who pushed the limits of imagination and expanded the boundaries of their chosen mediums. Stan Lee proved that comics aren’t just for kids, and that they can have a deep storyline that appeals to adults while keeping all the bang up battles enjoyed by youngsters. Show More Summary
The Epic Rap Battles in History You Tube channel is known for pairing up icons of popular culture and letting loose some sick burns. Empires collide in their latest video, which sees the father of the Marvel Superhero world Stan Lee take on the puppet master behind Sesame Street and The Muppets, Jim Henson. Both are […]
The master of Muppets meets the main man at Marvel in the latest lyrical show down on the YouTube series "Epic Rap Battles of History." But will a wild card rap opponent steal the show?
OK, this one is rough. Stan Lee going up against Jim Henson in a rap battle is like watching your grandpa fight your favorite high school teacher. But then you're made to watch both of them suffer at the hands of their Disneyland-lo...