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Stan Lee

Marvel Remembers Stan Lee

Marvel Remembers Stan Lee

“I wanted them to feel buying a Marvel book was like visiting an old friend.” The House of Ideas’ executives remember Stan Lee’s legacy. Stan captured the imaginations of people all over the world while championing equality, diversity and social change.

Stan Lee (1922-2018)

Stan Lee (1922-2018)

The most influential and beloved man in the history of comics has left us. Throughout his 95 years, he defined what a superhero can be, and created the juggernaut known as Marvel. While it leaves off right after 2008’s Iron Man, With Great Power… is a fitting tribute to his life.

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Epic Rap Battle: Henson vs. Lee

Epic Rap Battle: Henson vs. Lee

The founder of Marvel goes up against the creator of The Muppets, slinging powerful superhero insults against the soothing, but still vicious words of the puppet-master. The winner? The Walt Disney Company, of course.

Stan Lee Action Figure

Stan Lee Action Figure
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Stan Lee is responsible for the creation of many of the greatest superheroes of all time. So it’s only appropriate that he should have his own action figure. Only 1,000 of Das Toyz’ detailed 1/6 scale figure will be made, and it’s sure to be collectible.

Stan Lee’s New Heroes

Stan Lee’s New Heroes

In this sketch from their upcoming 4th season, Key & Peele poke fun at comic book legend Stan Lee, as he pitches a variety of new superheroes which are merely a reflection of his everyday life as an old man.

Stan Lee on Superman’s Flight

Stan Lee on Superman’s Flight

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.

Stan Lee: How to Draw Comics

Stan Lee: How to Draw Comics
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Ever wanted to draw Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk or X-Men? Learn from the master himself, Stan Lee. We recommend the limited-edition hardcover, or the paperback if you’re on a budget.

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