News — Stan Lee


Avengers Made First Comic Book Debut 52 Years Ago 0

In September 1963, the superhero squad known as the Avengers made their very first comic book debut (The Avengers #1). The comics were, of course, created by the infamous Stan Lee, and were inspired by DC Comics' Justice League. Below is the comic's first cover "The Earth's Mightiest Super-Heroes - The Avengers"

The original cast of characters featured Hank Pym (Ant Mant), Thor, Hulk and Iron Man. Captain America only made his first appearance in issue #4 of the comic.

In 52 years, the Avengers have truly become a household name from comic books to feature films, action figures, and clothing, they really are the "Earth's Mightiest Superheroes"!

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No need to give Stan Lee a heart attack - IceBucketChallenge 0

Gracious from his end to take in the #IceBucketChallenge, even at 91 years old. There was no need to give him a heart attack, he dumped the water on a Uncle Stan Figurine.
Stan is the MAN!! It all happened at the World Wizard Comic Con, where he happily agreed to the challenge. Not even Lee knew that, World Wizard CEO had plans to dump the water on his famous figurines.
“I really thought you were going to do this,” Lee said. “I was scared stiff!”

Source: Comic Book Resources