After a few weeks away, Paul and I are very pleased to be able to say that we’re back, and we’ve got news about Stan Lee Media’s latest lawsuit, Fox’s Marvel movie universe, the X-Men movie after next, Warners’ casting of Wonder Woman (and yes, we know her name’s not Godot, that was just for [...]
Failed dot-com Stan Lee Media seeks a declaratory judgment that it, and not Disney or Marvel, owns Spider-Man, Thor and other superheroes.
The mantra over at Stan Lee Media, Inc must be “if first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Certainly that is their legal stradegy. Almost three months after a federal judge in Colorado granted the Walt Disney Company’s request forShow More Summary
A series of statues featuring the six original X-Men along with their original archenemy (and now teammate) Magneto as they appeared in Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s 1963 comic Uncanny X-Men #1. Limited to 950 units each.
Issue: Tales to Astonish #97 Title: “The Legion of the Living Lightning!” Credits: Written by Stan Lee, Penciled by Marie Severin, Inked by Herb Trimpe, Lettered by Gaspar Saladino (as LP Gregory) Supporting Cast: Rick Jones, Major Talbot,...Show More Summary
Issue: Tales to Astonish #96 Title: “What Have I Created?” Credits: Written by Stan Lee, Penciled by Marie Severin, Inked by Herb Trimpe, Lettered by Al Kurzrok Supporting Cast: N/A Villain: New Men Guest-Stars: High Evolutionary Plot:...Show More Summary
Could Stephen King's The Stand become a movie at last? Stan Lee's working on a movie for Sony, details have emerged about the in-development Agent Carter series, and someone we know well is getting shot by Oliver on Arrow. Plus, there's a rumor CBS is working on two Star Trek series — but what are they about? Spoilers ahead! Read more...
Stan Lee has become the magical roaming gnome of the comic con circuit, signing baubles and buckling knees with a smile and an oft-repeated utterance of “Excelsior”. It’s surprising that this man is as old as he is and that I am too lazy to Google his age for this article, but he is, and […]
Briefly: Very little is know right now but Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Avengers and so many others, is making a secret movie with Amazing Spider-Man producer Avi Arad. The project, currently set up at Sony and on the search for producers and a writer, is being kept under wraps so […]
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'Spider-Man' franchise producer Avi Arad is collaborating with Stan Lee on an upcoming film project, which is said to feature a brand-new Lee creation. The post Stan Lee and ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Producer Avi Arad Team for New Project appeared first on Screen Rant.
Stan Lee’s Kids Universe, a digital children’s books imprint from POW! Entertainment and 1821 Media, has teamed up with myON, a vast collection of enhanced digital books for students, in order to bring their catalog to the myON platform. Here...Show More Summary
Legendary comic book writer Stan Lee has someone in mind that he would like to popularize as much as his 1960s co-creation "Spider-Man": “Chakra, the invincible!” said the 90-year-old Lee, his voice booming with the excitement of a freshman working on his first project.
Best known for his comic book superheroes that have been adapted into big Hollywood movies, veteran American writer Stan Lee is set to make his India debut.
Sharad Devarajan is no stranger to the animation and comic book scene in India. He was responsible for bringing DC Comics, Marvel and Cartoon Network to the country, and he worked with Marvel on an Indian avatar of the Spider-Man in 2004, a first “trans-creation.” Devarajan is also launching a series on Bollywood superhero franchise Krrish.
SEVERAL YEARS ago, I raised a question to “Thor” co-creator Stan Lee. Some in Hollywood were already predicting that superhero-film fatigue was about to set in among viewers. Did the Marvel mastermind think that was about to befall the Spandexed set? Read full article >>
Daredevil, whose alter ego is the blind attorney Matt Murdock, was first introduced back in 1964 and was created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett. Due in part to the character's disability, he has superhuman senses and sensitivity and is a skilled fighter in addition to being a clever detective. Show More Summary
Make DIY animated movies easily with this tool by Stan Lee.
Stan Lee doesn’t care for the flying ability of rival DC Comics’ Superman, and he’s here to tell you why. While we agree that there’s no physical sense behind his ability to fly, it’s not exactly like a radioactive spider bite would let you sling webs.
Thor is a special kind of superhero — and not just because of that hammer. While most of the mighty crime-fighters in Marvel’s stable are creations from the minds of people like Stan Lee, Thor is an adaptation of a character from Norse mythology (adapted for comics by people like Stan Lee). Show More Summary