* CreatorWorship: Even people that have shown no interest in his comics have given tribute to him. One particularly memorable example (for the wrong reasons) is the [[http://gonterman.kicks-ass.net/displaystrip.php?comic=1&strip=5 fifth strip]] of Creator/DavidGonterman's ''[=FoxFire=]''. Even Creator/AlanMoore, that oddest of comic book writers, who even [[NineteenSixtyThree parodied Stan Lee's comic book style]], claims he has been one of his major influences and heroes.
* MagnumOpus: His and JackKirby's original run on ''ComicBook/FantasticFour''.
* MemeticMutation: ''Series/XPlay'''s Stan Lee impersonator gave rise to the "Stan Lee fucked Jack Kirby's wife" meme.
* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: Stan has gone out of his way to say that the writers, artists, etc. working for Marvel have varying viewpoints of the world that span the entire political spectrum, and that Marvel has no official political worldview... except for one. The virtue above all others Stan always tries to push in all his work, and the one that he said Marvel ''did'' unashamedly promote, even if it made some readers uncomfortable, was '''tolerance'''. Done most famously in the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' comics, of course, but it's easy to see crop up throughout his entire body of work. Most writers who followed him did the same, a few unfortunately have not.
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: His many appearances in Marvel movies have all been of the same character: [[http://marvel.com/universe/Uatu_the_Watcher Uatu, the Watcher]].
----