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Stan Lee at the world premiere of Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange" at the El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood. Editorial credit: Featureflash Photo Agency /
The Stan Lee Estate and the manufacturer of everything from mosquito repellant to baseball hats, Evolvetogether, have collaborated on a limited-edition, limited-quantity white everyday medical mask with a Stan Lee Forever graphic logo as a gift for employees and attendees at this year's LA Comic Con, which began in Los Angeles today, while supplies last[...]
Stan Lee's Genesis, Tabletop Game Announced, With Ryan Benjamin
We now know that they are for this first Stan Lee tabletop game from Rocketship Entertainment and Stan Lee's POW Entertainment, in which players must harness their creative energy to give birth to a unique universe. Stan Lee's Genesis is a tile-building game in which players each create their own universe using a system of resources that[...]
Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Journey Into Mystery #93 Splash Page
When he was created decades before by Stan Lee, R Berns, Jack Kirby, and Dick Eyers for Journey Into Mystery #93 back in 1963 And the original artwork to the opening splash page of that issue, is up for auction from Heritage Auctions right now, with bids that have taken it up to $100,000 It[...]
John Romita Sr
What a novelty! And it was John Romita Sr who painted the cover, meant to be Stan Lee at the typewriter… the original art for the cover is currently at Heritage Auctions, going under the hammer between the 18th and the 21st of November and currently has bids of $67,000 and is part of a[...]
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The full original artwork for a ten-page Doctor Strange comic by Stan Lee and Marie Severin is at auction from Heritage Auctions Marie Severin was the most prominent woman artist at Marvel Comics at the time,n and this story comes from Strange Tales, the series that Doctor Strange, from 1967, fighting a constant threat to[...]
Entire Iron Man Original Art For First Mandarin Appearance At Auction
The full thirteen page Iron Man story by Stan Lee and Don Heck that introduced the "yellow peril" Fu Manchu-like character to Marvel Comics back in Tales Of Suspense #50, the series that featured Iron Man stories The character became the leading Iron Man villain over the years and went through some radical and necessary[...]
Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet Reminds Me Of Jack Kirby's Satan's Six
Next year, Tor Books will be publishing the first in a four-book series, Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet, written by Jay Bonansinga based on ideas by Stan Lee. In Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet: The Armageddon Code, the world-famous architect of the Marvel Universe, teams up with New York Times bestselling author Jay Bonansinga to unleash[...]
The Incredible Hulk #102 (Marvel, 1968).
The Hulk was a character that 1960s Marvel refused to give up on.  Despite the short, six-issue lifespan of his debut series, Marvel put him in the Avengers, crossed him over with the Fantastic Four (for the second time) and Spider-Man, and then let him share Tales to Astonish with Giant-Man.  When the character received[...]
My Own (Very Small) Impossible Collection Collection
Which means in this case, Marvel Celebrates Stan Lee, Generation Zero: Gods Among Us, and The Hero Trade All published within the last couple of years, but totting up at least four figures in value – the price on Generation Zero has yet to be set of course, so who knows I was just tidying[...]
Robert Downey Jr Private CGC Signing To Benefit FootPrint Coalition
And you thought $180 for Stan Lee was expensive. For this exclusive event, ALL CGC members, including free CGC members, can submit books directly to CGC headquarters in Sarasota, Florida CGC must receive all submissions for this event by Friday, December 3, 2021 If the CGC Private Signing needs to be rescheduled, CGC will securely store all[...]
Fantastic Four #51 CGC Copy On Auction At ComicConnect
Published in 1966 and part of the epic run of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, this issue is the one that made me personally fall in love with Marvel's First Family and is a treasure Every single comic collection should have a copy of this one, and ComicConnect has an amazing CGC 9.4 copy on[...]
Dan Lee Is The Stan Lee Lookalike Appearing At A Comic Con Near You
You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. Dan Lee in the Daily LITG, 1st August of 2021 Hey, He Looks Like Stan Lee- The Daily LITG, 1st of August 2021 The world keeps turning, and America is beginning to heal from all the burns Even if a few scabs need pulling off first[...]
Dan Lee Is The Stan Lee Lookalike Appearing At A Comic Con Near You
Dan 'The Man' Lee. That is of course not Stan Lee, who died three years ago but is, as we said, Dan Lee That's right, Stan Lee now has lookalikes who will appear in his stead, and have their appearances advertised at comic book conventions, alongside comic creators such as Roland Mann Yes, it's weird, we[...]
X-Men #1 CGC 9.6 (Marvel, 1963)
The September 1963 cover-dated comic by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced concepts that in the coming decades would become one of the most successful comic book franchises in the world This debut issue featured Professor Xavier and a team of Angel, Iceman, Beast, Cyclops, and Marvel Girl taking on Magneto. X-Men #1 CGC 9.6 (Marvel, 1963) Interestingly, the[...]
X-Men #1 About To Set A New Record
In 2012, a CGC 9.8 slabbed copy of X-Men #1 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby published by Marvel Comics in 1963  sold for $492,937.500 In 2016, a CGC 9.6 copy sold for $350,000 Well, right now, a copy of X-Men #1 slabbed at CGC 9.6 is currently up for auction with ComicConnect as part[...]