History Creator / StanLee

8th Oct '17 5:21:22 PM bombadil211
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To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]][[note]], which, coincidentally, actually made him the highest-grossing actor in history. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''Anime/{{Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.

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To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]][[note]], adaptation]] which, coincidentally, actually made makes him the highest-grossing actor in history. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''Anime/{{Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.
5th Oct '17 4:53:24 AM StFan
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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.

To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]][[note]], which, coincidentally, actually made him the highest grossing actor in history. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.

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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties TheNineties, but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.

To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]][[note]], which, coincidentally, actually made him the highest grossing highest-grossing actor in history. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' ''Anime/{{Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.






** He also voiced his animated self in ''[[WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded How The Amazing Spider-Man Should Have Ended]]'', berating [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the Avengers]] for having destroyed the library in which his ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' cameo appeared.

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** He also voiced his animated self in ''[[WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded How The Amazing Spider-Man Should Have Ended]]'', berating [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the Avengers]] Film/{{the Avengers|2012}} for having destroyed the library in which his ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' cameo appeared.



* CityOfWeirdos[=/=]SomeNuttyPublicityStunt: Stan uses these ''a lot''. If something weird is going on in midtown Manhattan, count on seeing a jaded New Yorker who's certain that it's someone filming a movie or "SomeNuttyPublicityStunt." He even played one of those in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''!

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* CityOfWeirdos[=/=]SomeNuttyPublicityStunt: CityOfWeirdos: Stan uses these ''a lot''. If something weird is going on in midtown Manhattan, count on seeing a jaded New Yorker who's certain that it's someone filming a movie or "SomeNuttyPublicityStunt." He even played one of those in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}''!



* {{Jerkass}}: Stan often portrays ''himself'' as a bit of a Jerkass in comics where "Stan Lee" is a character. Stan has also said (presumably at least somewhat in jest) that he based legendary jerkass J. Jonah Jameson on himself, or at least the way he thought comics readers imagined him. He was also kind of crusty when he appeared on ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' (then again, Sheldon did show up at his house and promptly went inside of it without his permission).
** Taken to its logical conclusion where he's the BigBad of ''[[Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo Ultimo]]''. And then there's his role as "principal Stanley" in ''ComicBook/MiniMarvels'', where once Spidey starts angsting -- justifiably -- about his status as a ButtMonkey, causes Stan to look awkward once he mentions "who decided this to happen to me?".
** Ascends in ''Series/XPlay'', where "Roger the Stan Lee Experience" recounts tales of doing Jack Kirby's wife and stealing credit for Kirby's success. Also happens in his guest spot on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' - where it's implied that his whole career has been some sort of CIA operation.

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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}:
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Stan often portrays ''himself'' as a bit of a Jerkass in comics where "Stan Lee" is a character. character.
Stan has also said (presumably at least somewhat in jest) that he based legendary jerkass J. Jonah Jameson on himself, or at least the way he thought comics readers imagined him. Now of course, as per the Marvel Method, the visual design and look of Jameson and his role on the plot was made by Creator/SteveDitko (while Stan Lee wrote the dialogues, based on Ditko's notes and directions) and Ditko might have based Jameson on [[Literature/TheFountainhead Ellsworth Toohey]] as a strawman demagogic journalist defaming real heroes (like Spider-Man), which is not really Lee's hat at all.
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He was also kind of crusty when he appeared on ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' (then again, Sheldon did show up at his house and promptly went inside of it without his permission).
** Taken to its logical conclusion where he's the BigBad of ''[[Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo Ultimo]]''. Ultimo]]''.
**
And then there's his role as "principal Stanley" in ''ComicBook/MiniMarvels'', where once Spidey starts angsting -- justifiably -- about his status as a ButtMonkey, causes Stan to look awkward once he mentions "who decided this to happen to me?".
me?"
** Ascends in ''Series/XPlay'', where "Roger the Stan Lee Experience" recounts tales of doing Jack Kirby's wife and stealing credit for Kirby's success. success.
**
Also happens in his guest spot on ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' - -- where it's implied that his whole career has been some sort of CIA operation.



** He claimed to have based Jameson off how he thought his employees would see him. Now of course, as per the Marvel Method, the visual design and look of Jameson and his role on the plot was made by Creator/SteveDitko (while Stan Lee wrote the dialogues, based on Ditko's notes and directions) and Ditko might have based Jameson on [[Literature/TheFountainhead Ellsworth Toohey]] as a strawman demagogic journalist defaming real heroes (like Spider Man), which is not really Lee's hat at all. Incidentally, Creator/JackKirby when he went to DC modelled the character Funky Flashman in the ComicBook/NewGods on Lee.
* KidSidekick: He doesn't like the trope and has likened it to endangerment of minors, it also didn't suit his designs to target teenagers and adolescents, while the earlier trope targeted small children who still formed the bulk of the superhero reading audience in TheFifties.
** In some ways, Lee updated this, by including teenagers like [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Johnny Storm]] and Bobby Drake in ComicBook/XMen as a RebelliousRebel in the mode of Creator/JamesDean, but rather than being sidekick and TheWatson to TheHero, they were merely the junior partner of a team and group, giving them ambitions of proving themselves to the rest and adding much tension (and TestosteronePoisoning) to the group dynamic that became a hallmark of Marvel's team comics. Likewise, ComicBook/SpiderMan became the first lone teen super hero of his kind who was neither a sidekick, nor had an elderly father figure to look up to, and more or less had to navigate both his teenage and adult worlds on his own.
** One exception is Rick Jones, who was sidekick to The Hulk and later to The Avengers.

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** He claimed to have based Jameson off how he thought his employees would see him. Now of course, as per the Marvel Method, the visual design and look of Jameson and his role on the plot was made by Creator/SteveDitko (while Stan Lee wrote the dialogues, based on Ditko's notes and directions) and Ditko might have based Jameson on [[Literature/TheFountainhead Ellsworth Toohey]] as a strawman demagogic journalist defaming real heroes (like Spider Man), which is not really Lee's hat at all. Incidentally, Creator/JackKirby when he went to DC modelled modeled the character Funky Flashman in the ComicBook/NewGods on Lee.
* KidSidekick: He doesn't like the trope and has likened it to endangerment of minors, it also didn't suit his designs to target teenagers and adolescents, while the earlier trope targeted small children who still formed the bulk of the superhero reading audience in TheFifties.
**
TheFifties. In some ways, Lee updated this, by including teenagers like [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Johnny Storm]] and Bobby Drake in ComicBook/XMen as a RebelliousRebel in the mode of Creator/JamesDean, but rather than being sidekick and TheWatson to TheHero, they were merely the junior partner of a team and group, giving them ambitions of proving themselves to the rest and adding much tension (and TestosteronePoisoning) to the group dynamic that became a hallmark of Marvel's team comics. Likewise, ComicBook/SpiderMan became the first lone teen super hero superhero of his kind who was neither a sidekick, nor had an elderly father figure to look up to, and more or less had to navigate both his teenage and adult worlds on his own.
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own. One exception is Rick Jones, who was sidekick to The Hulk and later to The Avengers.



-->'''Bart''': Stan Lee came back?\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': Stan Lee ''never left''. I am starting to suspect his mind is no longer in mint condition.
** Then...
--->'''Stan''': ''(After seeing Homer go on a minor rampage where he coincidentally got green paint all over him)'' He's not the Incredible Hulk! ''I'M'' the Incredible Hulk! ''(Yells and tries to Hulk Out)'' C'mon change dammit! Grrr, I did it once before!\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': Oh, please; you couldn't turn into Bill Bixby...\\
'''Stan''': ''(Yells and tries to Hulk Out again)''\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': [[SarcasmMode You almost had it that time]].
* TakeThat: In his ''[[ComicBook/JustImagineStanLeeCreatingTheDCUniverse Just Imagine]]'' series, he makes [[Characters/{{Batman}} Robin]] a bad guy. Knowing how he hates {{sidekick}}s, doing that to the character that popularized comic book sidekicks would seem more like this than just trying to make him a complex character.

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-->'''Bart''': -->'''Bart:''' Stan Lee came back?\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': Guy:''' Stan Lee ''never left''. I am starting to suspect his mind is no longer in mint condition.
** Then...
--->'''Stan''': ''(After seeing Homer go on a minor rampage where he coincidentally got green paint all over him)'' He's not the Incredible Hulk! ''I'M'' the Incredible Hulk! ''(Yells and tries to Hulk Out)'' C'mon change dammit! Grrr, I did it once before!\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': Oh, please; you couldn't turn into Bill Bixby...
condition.\\
'''Stan''': ''(Yells ''[then, after seeing Homer go on a minor rampage where he coincidentally got green paint all over him...]''\\
'''Stan:''' He's not the Incredible Hulk! ''I'M'' the Incredible Hulk! ''[yells
and tries to Hulk Out again)''\\
Out]'' C'mon change dammit! Grrr, I did it once before!\\
'''Comic Book Guy''': Guy:''' Oh, please; you couldn't turn into Bill Bixby...\\
''[Stan yells and tries to Hulk Out again]''\\
'''Comic Book Guy:'''
[[SarcasmMode You almost had it that time]].
* TakeThat: TakeThat:
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In his ''[[ComicBook/JustImagineStanLeeCreatingTheDCUniverse Just Imagine]]'' series, he makes [[Characters/{{Batman}} Robin]] a bad guy. Knowing how he hates {{sidekick}}s, doing that to the character that popularized comic book sidekicks would seem more like this than just trying to make him a complex character.



** He's also usually on the receiving end of this whenever it comes to who "created" the main Marvel characters. Perhaps Jim Henson (via WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory) put it best:

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** He's also usually on the receiving end of this whenever it comes to who "created" the main Marvel characters. Perhaps Jim Henson (via WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory) ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'') put it best:
19th Sep '17 5:26:58 PM bombadil211
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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies[[note]]His many cameo appearances in Marvel movies has actually made him the highest grossing actor in history[[/note]]. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.

To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]]. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.

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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies[[note]]His many cameo appearances in Marvel movies has actually made him the highest grossing actor in history[[/note]].movies. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.

To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]].adaptation]][[note]], which, coincidentally, actually made him the highest grossing actor in history. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' with Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.
19th Sep '17 5:26:06 PM bombadil211
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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.

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Stan Lee spent much of his time trying to interest Hollywood in Marvel projects and playing a role in getting the comics adapted into animated versions and movie versions which generally didn't come out until much later in TheNineties but he deserves credit for making Marvel into a Multi-Media brand. From very early on, Lee made it a point to appear in TheCameo in many cartoon adaptations, either in a small role or as narrator, which started from comics, went into cartoons, and later games and then movies.movies[[note]]His many cameo appearances in Marvel movies has actually made him the highest grossing actor in history[[/note]]. Lee's intimate and grandstanding approach built a bond between readers and the company, creating and nurturing a fan culture that made Marvel the "cool" alternative to the staid and remote DC, and played no small part in nurturing and building comics fandom.
17th Sep '17 7:23:19 AM StFan
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** ComicBook/{{Medusa|Marvel Comics}} (with Jack Kirby)

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** ComicBook/{{Medusa|Marvel Comics}} ComicBook/{{Medusa}} (with Jack Kirby)
16th Sep '17 10:21:46 AM StFan
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!!Notable ComicBook characters co-created by Stan Lee:

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!!Notable ComicBook comic-book characters co-created by Stan Lee:



* Comicbook/DoctorStrange (with Creator/SteveDitko)

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* Comicbook/DoctorStrange ComicBook/DoctorStrange (with Creator/SteveDitko)



* AdamWesting: Done ''hilariously'' in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' season 13 episode "I Am Furious (Yellow)", where he plays a somewhat crazy version of himself. He won't leave Comic Book Guy's shop, breaks a toy [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batmobile]] in an attempt to fit [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] inside it, and even believes that he can turn into ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk.

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* AdamWesting: AdamWesting:
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Done ''hilariously'' in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' season 13 episode "I Am Furious (Yellow)", where he plays a somewhat crazy version of himself. He won't leave Comic Book Guy's shop, breaks a toy [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batmobile]] in an attempt to fit [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]] inside it, and even believes that he can turn into ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk.



* AlliterativeName: Peter Parker, Bruce Banner, Reed Richards, Matt Murdock, Stephen Strange, Susan Storm, Scott Summers, J. Jonah Jameson, Doctor Victor Von Doom (double letter alliterations!), Dr. Otto Octavius, Dr. Curt Connors. This was parodied in an episode of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory''.
** Lee [[JustifiedTrope justified]] it, by saying that he was working on more than a dozen comics at any given time when he created those names, and the alliteration served as a mnemonic device, not only for him but also for readers (Alliteration as a trope dates back to Siegel and Shuster and their love affair with the initials LL and it was a popular comics convention). Sometimes it didn't work, which is why the Hulk's full name is "Robert Bruce Banner" (one issue called him "''Bob'' Banner" over and over), and why an early issue of ''Amazing Spider-Man'' listed Peter Parker as "Peter Palmer".

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* AlliterativeName: AlliterativeName:
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Peter Parker, Bruce Banner, Reed Richards, Matt Murdock, Stephen Strange, Susan Storm, Scott Summers, J. Jonah Jameson, Doctor Victor Von Doom (double letter alliterations!), Dr. Otto Octavius, Dr. Curt Connors. This was parodied in an episode of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory''.
** Lee [[JustifiedTrope justified]] it, by saying that he was working on more than a dozen comics at any given time when he created those names, and the alliteration served as a mnemonic device, not only for him but also for readers readers. (Alliteration as a trope dates back to Siegel and Shuster and their love affair with the initials LL and it was a popular comics convention). convention.) Sometimes it didn't work, which is why the Hulk's full name is "Robert Bruce Banner" (one issue called him "''Bob'' Banner" over and over), and why an early issue of ''Amazing Spider-Man'' listed Peter Parker as "Peter Palmer".



---> '''Henson:''' Let me mention I'm impressed by all the vision that it took for you to sign your name on all of ''Jack Kirby's comic books!''
* VillainDecay: While his heroes and writing style are still iconic today, his storytelling style is also somewhat infamous for really introducing a lot of this to Marvel villains -- he'd have them say things like "'''This''' time my '''brilliant plan''' will '''destroy''' those '''''[[LargeHam meddling heroes!!!]]'''''" without any sense of irony, even after the villain ''listed all the times they'd already gotten stomped.'' In the early 1960's, it still kind of worked; by 1969 or so, [[{{Narm}} not so much.]] Much of his own later work -- not to mention a great deal of comicry, that followed in his footsteps -- had to spend time fighting [[TropeCodifier the villainous cliches]], he himself constructed.

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---> '''Henson:''' --->'''Henson:''' Let me mention I'm impressed by all the vision that it took for you to sign your name on all of ''Jack Kirby's comic books!''
* VillainDecay: While his heroes and writing style are still iconic today, his storytelling style is also somewhat infamous for really introducing a lot of this to Marvel villains -- he'd have them say things like "'''This''' time my '''brilliant plan''' will '''destroy''' those '''''[[LargeHam meddling heroes!!!]]'''''" without any sense of irony, even after the villain ''listed all the times they'd already gotten stomped.'' In the early 1960's, 1960s, it still kind of worked; by 1969 or so, [[{{Narm}} not so much.]] Much of his own later work -- not to mention a great deal of comicry, that followed in his footsteps -- had to spend time fighting [[TropeCodifier the villainous cliches]], clichés]] he himself constructed.



-->''"[[CatchPhrase ...Nuff said!]]"''

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-->''"[[CatchPhrase ...->''"[[CatchPhrase ...Nuff said!]]"''said!]]"''
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14th Sep '17 1:21:14 PM JulianLapostat
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Let's be honest, his own name actually sounds like a superhero.

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Let's be honest, his own name actually sounds like a superhero. Of course, he originally intended it as a pseudonym in the hopes that when he finally made it big as a novelist, he would use his real name (Stanley Leiber) for his work as a writer.
14th Sep '17 12:26:12 PM Morgenthaler
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Let's be honest, his own name actually sounds like a superhero.
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To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]]. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' with StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.

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To say he's still active today, both in comics and other media, is a mammoth {{understatement}}. Among his recent projects, he hosted the RealityShow ''Series/WhoWantsToBeASuperhero'' and the documentary series ''Stan Lee's Superhumans'', and has a [[CreatorCameo cameo]] in almost every [[Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse Marvel movie adaptation]]. He has also gotten into the {{anime}} and {{manga}} business, and is now working on two series, ''Manga/KarakuridoujiUltimo'' with ''Manga/ShamanKing'' creator, Hiroyuki Takei, and ''{{Anime/Heroman}}'' with StudioBONES.Creator/StudioBONES. He also worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheGovernator'' with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger.
18th Aug '17 9:35:39 PM Asvare
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* The Reflection

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