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Stan Lee

stories of giants, ogre and witches, super heroes’ comics give you that for older people.” Stanley Martin Lieber, also known as Stan Lee was born in Manhattan, lived there most of his young live. Two of his biggest influences were books and movies. He loved Tarzan, Jules Vern, King Kong he loved anything that was imaginative. His favorite hero was Errol Flynn. Stan lee has affected the world in many different ways. One of the ways he impacted the world is by his writing. To the people who don’t...

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Stan Lee: a Short Biography

Gast Stan Lee: A Short Investigation Stan Lee is an American comic book writer who had a very influential mark on the history of comic books and in many ways shaped their future in American culture. Stan Lee is unquestionably one of the great writers of all time, creating characters that people would look at for decades. In many ways Stan Lee revolutionized the comic book industry. Stanley Martin Lieber was born in New York City on December 22, 1922. He only later changed his last name to Lee. He...

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Stan "The Man" Lee

Stan “The Man” Lee Gary Gendaszek Honors U.S. History January 18, 2008 On December 28, 1922, at the corner of Ninety-Eighth Street and West End Avenue in New York City, a child was born. This child, the son of two Romanian immigrants, would indeed grow up to be one of the most well known names in the comic book business. His name was Stanley Martin Lieber. Who is Stanley Lieber, you ask? None other than Stan “The Man” Lee, creator of most of the most popular comics books in the world...

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Stan Lee

Stan Lee Stan Lee is one of the most famous comic writer, editor, producer, publisher, television personality. He wrote some the most well know comics. They then turned into movies. He also creates the movies of his comics. He grew up in a bad part of time. He is still living today. He has won many awards and honors. Stan Lee will always be remembered after he dies. Stan Lee was born on December 28th, 1922 in New York City. His parents were Romanian-born Jewish immigrants. They were Celia and Jack...

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Marvel Comics Research Paper

Antarctic. The cover price was just ten cents. Over the past 70-odd years, Marvel Entertainment has evolved from that first issue of Marvel Comics into one of the industry’s leaders. Marvel Comics weathered World War 2 (previous Editor-In-Chief Stan Lee took leave to do military service). It survived the opposition to comics in the '50s. It was restored throughout the '60s Silver Age. Troops in Vietnam carried X-Men comics in their rucksacks. Marvel watched the Berlin Wall fall, survived 9/11 and...

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History of Marvel Comics

Goodman, started in 1939 as Timely Publications, and by the early 1950s had generally become known as Atlas Comics. Marvel's modern incarnation dates from 1961, the year that the company launched The Fantastic Four and other superhero titles created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others. Marvel is a very successful company and has survived for 75 years so far. Timely’s first publication, Marvel Comic’s #1 (October 1939), included the first appearance of Carl Burgos' android superhero the Human...

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Annotated Bibloagraphy

1 (2003): 44-52. Web. This article assesses the metaphor of mutation as being a Jew. Baron starts his article by reviewing the upbringing of two popular Jewish creators of X-Men, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. Baron also covers the military of both men in WWII which carries over to a pamphlet written by Stan Lee concerning Marvel's “policy of telling the readers the truth about the Nazi menace.”  Seen in this light, elements of the series such as the Mutant Registration Act are clearly an element of Nazism...

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Marvel Case

Marvel’s Captain America who battled against the emerging Nazi threats. The now famous Stan Lee began working as an assistant in the 1940s at his cousin Goodman’s company. Later Lee is now synonymous with Marvel Comics as the editor, manager and spokesman. The 1940’s would be known as the Golden Age of comic books. The 1960’s gave rise to the emergence of many popular superheroes we know in the present. Stan Lee co-created Marvel’s most popular character, Spider-Man. Over the years Marvel released...

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imprint of DC comics, will be left out because they are not part of the DC universe. Marvel comics have existed in one form or another since 1939, but Marvel was not a major player until 1961. That year, the legendary Stan Lee and Jack Kirby wrote the Fantastic Four. Soon after, Lee, Kirby and Steve Ditko became the veritable golden geese, creating Spiderman, Daredevil, the Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, the X-Men and the practice of yelling “Excelsior.” Marvel’s characters undeniably beat DC in terms...

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Superhero Comic Books: Most Influential Medium in American Culture for Over 70 Years

met another mile stone in the early 1960s with the work of creative team Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Even with the draw backs of the Comics Code Authority the publisher behind Superman, now called DC comics, had found renewed success with the publication of Justice League of America an all star roster of the companies most popular heroes in one monthly issue. In 1962 DC’s competing comic publisher, Marvel comics, looked to Lee and Kirby to invent a superhero team capable of rivaling the Justice League’s...

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