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Stan Lee shares his thoughts on Zendaya as the new Mary Jane

Biracial actress Zendaya has been cast as the white-skinned, red-headed Mary Jane Watson. Stan Lee weighs in on the topic.

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This MAD Magazine Cartoonist Has Been Working For 73 Years Straight

Stan Lee, who has been in the comics game since 1939, is pretty much synonymous with “fabulous, long-running comics editor.” But Guinness World Records isn’t looking to discuss whether or not people love Stan Lee, they’re looking to award superlatives, so on March 31, the fact-gathering book/site gave Al Jaffee the award of “Longest-running cartoonist of […]

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Stan Lee talks about his upcoming TV series, Lucky Man

Lucky Man will appear in early 2016 … but not in the U.S.

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Stan Lee brightens 8-year-old autistic boy's day

Stan Lee isn’t just the creator of Spider-Man, The Hulk, X-Men and many, many others. He’s also a stand-up guy who knows a spider-fan in need of a smile when he sees one.

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Image of the day: 1 simple infographic distills complex Marvel character movie rights

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See what's so different about Stan Lee's upcoming Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. cameo in first clip

Stan Lee, co-creator of The Avengers, is making yet another cameo appearance. But what’s so different about this one?

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First Official Image of Hugh Jackman as ‘The Wolverine’

When Hugh Jackman appeared in the 2001 movie X-Men, there was no doubt about it: Despite his towering 6’2 frame, he embodied the character of Wolverine. He reprised the role of the gruff mutant with a heart of gold and bones of adamantium again in X2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, plus a cameo in X-Men: First […]

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Stan Lee Isn’t Crying Over Lost ‘Avengers’ Profit

Stan Lee is the co-creator of the Avengers, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and many of the comic book heroes from Marvel’s stable. But Lee will not be making the Forbes 400 list this year. Even though the film The Avengers has earned $1 billion (and counting) since it opened on May 4, 2012, Lee will not be seeing any profits from the film based on his characters.

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