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Stan “The Man” Lee – A legend in out time
You can’t think about comics without thinking about Stan Lee. Love him or hate him you can not deny his impact on this world of comic books we all love. He is responsible for so many of our beloved characters and for being the one to pioneer bringing comic book stories and super-heroes into the mainstream. Without the ground work he laid we would not have this amazing landscape of comic book inspired movies we have today.
Sit back, take a listen, and enjoy walking down the life of Stan Lee from our perspective.
On this episode we talk about Jack Kirby, be sure to check out our “Hands of Kirby” episode where we celebrate his 100th birthday!
sure: when we were in post-production on Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV Stan Lee came into the office to do a voiceover – the opening narration. He refused all pay, insisting that The Toxic Avenger was an iconic superhero in his own right, which he would love to support
— Gary Otto (@TheGaryOtto) April 13, 2018