Tag Archives: Stan Lee

Face Front, True Believers: The Comics Industry Sounds Off on Stan Lee

In 1995, TCJ collected anecdotes from various comics creators, excerpted here. Continue reading

 

The Strange Case of Stan Lee

When Lee passed away last week, non-comics world friends reached out to me to express condolences. They knew I loved comics and that I’m interested in the history of the medium… Clearly, this was a loss, right? Continue reading

 

A Stan Lee Interview (1968)

In this interview, Ted White captures Lee at the peak of ’60s success. It is a snapshot of the day-to-day of the Marvel offices at that time. Sol Brodsky cameos. Continue reading

 

What He Taught Me

Stan, Jack, and Stan’s kid brother didn’t create Thor, the Norse god of thunder, or Loki, or Odin, or Asgard, or any of all that. Asserting that they did is silly on the face and yet … Continue reading

 

Stan Lee & Jenette Kahn at Temple University

Stan Lee and Jenette Kahn discuss Marvel Comics’ expansion into multimedia projects in a 1978 Q&A at Philadelphia’s Temple University. Continue reading

 

Stan Lee, in Brief

Who —or what— was Stan Lee? Editor, hustler, hatchet man, corporate player, shill, writer, frustrated novelist, success, failure, catalyst, front man, self-parody, hack, exploiter, innovator. Continue reading

 

Stan Lee: 1922-2018

There may be no figure in the history of comics simultaneously more revered and more reviled than Lee, the human face of the comics industry for a generation. Continue reading

 

“Do I Have the Guts to Defy Odin Once Again?”

A new column focusing on the authorship of Jack Kirby. Continue reading