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Smilin' Stan Lee finally takes on the role of one of Marvel's characters as part of his tongue-in-cheek performance on the animated "Super Hero Squad Show," plus a few teases about his potential part in Kenneth Branagh's "Thor."
The legendary Marvel creator explains how he rode a giant spider float, lobbied for more screen time in "Spider-Man 4," acquiesced a fanboy request from Quentin Tarantino, and more,all in a single night.
Known for his innovative and sometimes controversial work for Marvel comics on titles such as "Captain America" and "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Jim Steranko recalled key moments from his career in comics and stage magic at Big Apple Comic-Con.
Creators and voice talent behind Marvel’s upcoming video game sequel reveal Penance as a playable character, talk about the story and gameplay options, and welcome Stan Lee to the panel and into the game itself.
Tim's got Captain America on the mind, like much of comic book fandom this week, and he takes a look at Cap stories from each of the last five decades trying to figure out what the character says about comics, and about America.
Scott Tipton & Chris Ryall talk to CBR News about their new book, a primer to the comic book industry and history of superheroes entitled “Comic Books 101,” which includes portions by Stan Lee and Harlan Ellison.
The Upright Citizen Brigade Theatre presents “This is Your Life: Stan Lee!” a send-up of the life & times of the Marvel Comics mastermind. We spoke with comedian Hal Rudnick about the show and his unique interpretation of "The Man."
The long national nightmare is officially over -- Keith Giffen has returned! After far too long of a break, Giffen is back at CBR to share his opinion on pretty much everything, and if you're in his sights, well, you're definitely in trouble.
The lawsuit over Stan Lee and why it's bad for us all; hats off to Russ Heath; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, week one; plus Patrick McGoohan, what to do about Diamond, the DVD of the week, political tidbits and tons of other notes.
Marvel Comics has revealed the previously top secret artist for Stan Lee’s contribution tothe hotly anticipated "Thor" #600 will be "Immortal Iron Fist" star David Aja. CBR has your exclusive first look at this story.
The CBR Boat show at Comic-Con in San Diego came to a sudden halt this summer when comic book royalty in the form of Stan Lee boarded the yacht along with five lucky fans to sign autographs in support of The Hero Initiative.
CBR Staff Photographer Pinguino Kolb was on the red carpet at Spike TV's 2008 Scream Awards, where she grabbed shots of comics luminaries like Frank Miller, Stan Lee, Brian K. Vaughan, and Mike Mignola.
CBR speaks to "Detroit Rock City" filmmaker Adam Rifkin about his first foray into comics with BOOM!’s “Shmobots,” a new graphic novel depicting a futuristic society overrun by an underclass of stoner, slacker robots.
Ostensibly to promote their upcoming work for Virgin Comics, Stan Lee and Grant Morrison held court in Ballroom 20 and discussed comics, movies, and their favorite Marvel moments.
CBR speaks with Jason Thibault about the advantages of social networking as an independent, and how his Vancouver outfit Optimum Wound Comics became the #1 publisher on MySpace.
"Public Enemy" publisher American Mule tells CBR why they're consistently among the top 10 publishers on MySpace, while indie outfit Optimum Wound steals the top spot.
DC imprint WildStorm Productions is running wild on MySpace while the wily veteran Stan Lee pulls a Dale Carnegie by winning friends and influencing people on the nation’s most trafficked website.
At NYCC, Stan Lee and Virgin Comics CEO Sharad Devarajan announced a partnership between the publisher and comic book legend. Stan also shared his thoughts on "One More Day" and other Marvel events.
Friday at the New York Comic Con, Stan Lee announced "Ultimo," a new manga series from Viz Comics with art by Hiroyuki Takei. The series debuted today in Japan and American publication will follow as soon as possible.
CBR News and a crowd of fans got to spend an early Friday evening asking questions and listening to answers from some of the comic industry's most important elder statesmen (and woman).