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Old 09-19-2021, 06:16 PM
 
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Really kind of amazing if you look at how far Stan Lee came.


Who Really Created the Marvel Universe?
Stan Lee presided over a world of superheroes, but his collaborators and readers sustained his vision—and his characters outlasted it.

There is no single word for the role that Lee played in building Marvel’s “massive latticework,” nor is there, even now, consensus about how he played it. Chris Claremont started working at Marvel as a teen-ager, in the late sixties, then wrote Uncanny X-Men continuously from 1975 to 1991. He recalls a figure “good as an editor, equally good as a manager, equally good as inspiration.”
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...arvel-universe
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Old 12-19-2021, 06:38 AM
 
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Really kind of amazing if you look at how far Stan Lee came.


Who Really Created the Marvel Universe?
Stan Lee presided over a world of superheroes, but his collaborators and readers sustained his vision—and his characters outlasted it.

There is no single word for the role that Lee played in building Marvel’s “massive latticework,” nor is there, even now, consensus about how he played it. Chris Claremont started working at Marvel as a teen-ager, in the late sixties, then wrote Uncanny X-Men continuously from 1975 to 1991. He recalls a figure “good as an editor, equally good as a manager, equally good as inspiration.”
https://www.thestreambible.com/netfl...ng-on-netflix/
Stan Lee was the father of Marvel comics, He was then offered a deal by a publication to publish his work in a magazine or paper. It was a flop move in the starting but it gained popularity with time.
Now Marvel movies are one of the highest growing movies in the world.
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