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Take a look at the living legend's workspace, and discover the secret origin of his signature shades!
The new project is designed to encourage aspiring creators to develop original content using "cinematic-quality sets" at YouTube studios across the globe.
Stan Lee, POW! Entertainment and F84 Games come together to create a brand new superhero experience for mobile devices.
A mustache-less Stan Lee held court at C2E2, sharing stories from his career, hinting at what's to come and teasing his next Marvel movie cameo.
CBR TV spoke with comic book legend Stan Lee about his upcoming voice-over work for an episode of "Mad TV" and some of his favorite memories of the magazine.
Former "2000AD" artist Brett Ewins free on bail! Syrian cartoonist Ali Farzat continues fight from Egypt! Stan Lee talks Marvel, Jack Kirby and POW! Middle East's growing graphic novel market! Plus much more!
Stan Lee dazzled the audience at Fan Expo Canada, hyping future projects, discussing his movie appearances, revealing which Marvel characters' big screen adaptations have left him cold and wishing Spidey a happy 50th..
Stan Lee has reached a agreement ending a legal dispute with two former shareholders of POW! Entertainment that threatened the future of his company. The terms of the deal are confidential.
In a new venture from POW! Entertainment and Archie Comics, legendary writer Stan Lee pokes fun at himself via the "reality comic book" series "Stan Lee's Mighty 7," and he says personality, collaborators and villains all impact the comic.
Legendary writer and editor Stan Lee, seemingly a magnet for lawsuits, has been drawn into yet another legal battle that could leave the future of his POW! Entertainment in question. ROBOT 6 has details.
1821 Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at the trailer for "Romeo & Juliet: The War," an original graphic novel created by Stan Lee and Terry Dougas, in stores soon!
A toy manufacturer and distributor claims Stan Lee, POW! Entertainment, Archie Comics and others violated its trademark with the new multimedia series "Super Seven" and has filed suit. ROBOT 6 has details.
Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment and BOOM! Studios have announced a deal that will produce a series of three super hero titles presented by the legendary creator, with Mark Waid writing one of the series.