Stan Lee Media Inc. is at it again. First, they wanted all the cash from the box office flop, Conan, and now they're going for, well ... basically everything else Stan Lee has ever created.
The new Amazing Spider-Man was a gritty, more realistic take on everyone's favorite web-slinger—though the reboot did have a few plot holes that left fans scratching their heads. Luckily, the gang at How It Should Have Ended (and Stan Lee!) has us covered.
Earlier this week, we stumbled upon the first part of a 1983 essay by Alan Moore that lamented "the beginning of the end" of Marvel Comics. Now the second part has hit the 'net, and Moore's predicting the company's "imminent downfall." So ... how's that going?
These days you'd be lucky to hear a single kind word from Alan Moore about the Big Two comics publishers, but Britain's great bearded comics wizard was heavily influenced by American superhero comics, particularly those written by Stan "The Man" Lee. In a 1983 essay, he explained why.
Stan Lee has a long history of comic book movie cameos, and it turns out the one that made the cut in The Avengers wasn't what the director originally had in mind. Want to see Stan Lee's first cameo that died on the cutting room floor?
Stan Lee's arguably the biggest name in comics. He's created some of its most iconic characters and is a huge supporter of comic book films. Dozens of his heroes have been adapted for movies—some better than others. He recently revealed which ones left him underwhelmed.
Image of the Day: Stan Lee with Batman and the Hulk—naked!
Peter Parker has been more or less a one-man show since his 1962 debut in Amazing Fantasy #15. Tomorrow, in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man #692, all that will change.
Stan "The Man" Lee is best known for creating a plethora of Marvel Comics' most identifiable characters, but believe it or not he's not just a Marvel man. Lee loves all comics, including those produced by Marvel's rival DC, and he's even got a favorite DC hero. But which one?
The Amazing Spider-Man is finally in theaters, and we know all you True Believers will be on the lookout for the traditional cameo by Spidey's co-creator, Stan "The Man" Lee. Lee's definitely in the movie, and while we won't spoil the specifics of his cameo for you, we can tell you there was at least one bit Lee wanted for his appearance that director Marc Webb turned down.