20th Century Fox has bought the rights to Lee’s life story
Abraham Riesman. New York magazines resident comics expert, has a long and long brewing profile of Stan Lee called Why Is Stan Lee’s Legacy in Question?. It’s a write-around, meaning he never got to talk to Lee personally, but he talked to everyone else, inluding Roy Thomas and Lee biographer Tom Spurgeon. And if you […]
Frank Miller was in LA this weekend to talk about Batman and the BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS 30th Anniversary Edition, At a signing at the Barnes & Noble at the Grove, Stan Lee showed up to greet him, and DC Entertainment captured this historic moment in pictures. The LA Times also interviewed Miller about […]
Embed from Getty Images Stan Lee’s superhuman endurance and vitality at an age when most people are drooling into their rascal has been amazing and inspiring. But even The Man is finally beginning to slow down on a travel schedule that would take people half his age. HIs trip to Fan Expo in Toronto this […]
We’ll have the new Marvel titles for Summer 2016 in a few hours, but I noticed this, and had to share immediately! Next June, Marvel will be releasing an 816-page slipcase hardcover featuring some of the greatest iconic stories written by Stan Lee! (And some surprises as well, like the Spidey Sunday Spectacular!) Marvel published […]
Lego Marvel’s Avengers held a rockin good time with its host Kinda Funny’s Greg Miler. The group consisted of Arthur Parsons Director at Tt Games, Matt Ellison Producer, Bill Rosemann creative director Marvel Games, and Mike Jones executive producer Marvel Games. Combined Arthur and Matt have worked on almost all the Lego games. Bill Rosemann who worked […]
Comic-Con comes early this year, and our crack team of correspondents are mustering to bring you around-the-block coverage of the Nerd State Fair. While I usually stay ensconced at Stately Beat Manor with a few other staff members and our tribe of white-headed capuchins. However, I will be flying west on Friday to another, smaller […]
Audi produced this short comedy advertisement with Stan Lee teaching how to do what he does best: appear in cameos in Marvel films. The short, directed by Kevin Smith with appearances by Smith, Jason Mewes, Michael Rooker, Tara Reid and, poignantly, Lou Ferrigno, sort of sums up where we’re at as a culture right now.
“I’ve studied a lot of acting methods,” Rooker says in the short. “I’ve studied the Stanislavski method, the method method, but I’ve never studied anything like the Stan Lee method.