What do X-Men, Daredevil, Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four, The Hulk, Iron Man and Spider-Man have in common—aside from the fact they were created by Stan Lee? They've also appeared in blockbuster movies. Now Hollywood is thanking the Marvel Comics guru for his creativity with his own Walk of Fame star.
It takes a lot to make Stan Lee speechless, but Joe Maddalena, the owner of Profiles in History auction house and star of Syfy's new series Hollywood Treasure found a way to do it—by showing the co-creator of Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four and other Marvel superheroes some original art he hadn't seen in more than four decades.
On this, the 161st anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe's death, we decided to remember the hallowed author by listening to performers such as James Earl Jones, Christopher Walken and William Shatner read us his most haunting poem. Give them a listen and let us know which you liked the best.
The sleepy town of Eureka just got itself one more super genius—and we do mean SUPER. Because guest-starring on Syfy's Eureka this season will be none other than the co-creator of Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Avengers and more—Stan Lee!
Stan Lee showed up at the San Diego Comic-Con with more energy than it seems possible for an 87-year-old living legend to have—even one that's been bitten by a radioactive spider. And this year, he brought three new superheroes with him. Does any one of them have what it takes to be the next Spider-Man? You decide.
If you were at Comic-Con this weekend, and you were very lucky, you could have seen living legend Stan Lee assume a position we True Believers all thought he'd achieved a long time ago—by ascending to godhood!
Stan Lee thinks an African American actors playing the role of Spider-Man in the reboot movie would be confusing.
He was a hot-dog vendor in X-Men, a security guard in Hulk, mailman Willie Lumpkin in Fantastic Four, and many more
Stan Lee begs the Academy to create an entirely new category for Best Cameo Artist.
Stan Lee himself will star with alien superheroes in a new comic-book series.