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Stan Lee
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Lee at the 2014 Phoenix Comicon
Born Stanley Martin Lieber
December 28, 1922 (1922-12-28) (age 96)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Died November 12, 2018(2018-11-12) (aged 95)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, editor, publisher, producer, actor, television host, author
Notable works
Notable collaborations
Awards
  • The Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame
  • Jack Kirby Hall of Fame
Spouse(s) Joan Clayton Boocock Lee (m. 1947–present)
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Signature
Signature of Stan Lee
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Stanley Martin Lieber (December 28, 1922 – November 12, 2018) was an American comic book writer and former president of Marvel comics. Some of the comics he helped create are Spiderman, X-Men and the Fantastic Four. He has also done cameos in many of the movies based on Marvel characters. Lee voices the narrator for many Marvel animated television series.

He married Joan Clayton Boocock on December 5, 1947.

At the 2007 Comic-Con International, Marvel Legends introduced a Stan Lee action figure.

Stan Lee has donated parts of his personal effects to the University of Wyoming between 1981 and 2001.

Lee received the 2,428th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 4, 2011.

Lee died at the age of 95 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California on November 12, 2018 from complications of pneumonia

DC

  • DC Comics Presents: Superman #1 (2004)
  • Just Imagine Stan Lee creating:
    • Aquaman (with Scott McDaniel) (2002)
    • Batman (with Joe Kubert) (2001)
    • Catwoman (with Chris Bachalo) (2002)
    • Crisis (with John Cassaday) (2002)
    • Flash (with Kevin Maguire) (2002)
    • Green Lantern (with Dave Gibbons) (2001)
    • JLA (with Jerry Ordway) (2002)
    • Robin (with John Byrne) (2001)
    • Sandman (with Walt Simonson) (2002)
    • Secret Files and Origins (2002)
    • Shazam! (with Gary Frank) (2001)
    • Superman (with John Buscema) (2001)
    • Wonder Woman (with Jim Lee) (2001)

Marvel

  • Amazing Spider-Man #1–100, 105–110, 116–118, 200 (1962–80); (backup stories): #634–655 (2010–11)
  • Avengers #1–35 (1963–66)
  • Captain America #100–141 (1968–71) (continues from Tales of Suspense #99)
  • Daredevil, #1–9, 11–50, 53 (1964–69)
  • Daredevil, vol. 2, #20 (backup story) (2001)
  • Epic Illustrated #1 (Silver Surfer) (1980)
  • Fantastic Four #1–114, 120–125 (1961–72); #296 (1986)
  • The Incredible Hulk #1–6 (continues to Tales to Astonish #59)
  • Journey into Mystery (Thor) plotter #83–96 (1962–63), writer #97–125 (1963–66) (continues to Thor #126)
  • Ravage 2099 #1–7 (1992–93)
  • Savage She-Hulk #1 (1980)
  • Sgt. Fury #1–28 (1963–66)
  • Silver Surfer #1–18 (1968–70)
  • Silver Surfer vol. 2, #1 (1982)
  • Silver Surfer: Parable #1–2 (1988)
  • Solarman #1–2 (1989–90)
  • Strange Tales (diverse stories): #9, 11, 74, 89, 90–100 (1951–62); (Human Torch): #101–109, 112–133; (Doctor Strange): #110–111, 115–142, 151–158 (1962–67); (Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: #135–147, 150–152 (1965–67)
  • Tales to Astonish (diverse stories): #1, 6, 12–13, 15–17, 24–33 (1956–62); Ant-Man/Giant Man: #35–69 (1962–65) (Incredible Hulk: #59–101 (1964–1968); Sub-Mariner: #70–101 (1965–68)
  • Tales of Suspense (diverse stories): #7, 9, 16, 22, 27, 29–30 (1959–62); (Iron Man): plotter #39–46 (1963), writer #47–98 (1963–68) (Captain America): #58–99 (1964–68)
  • Thor #126–192, 200 (1966–72), 385 (1987)
  • What If (Fantastic Four) #200 (2011)
  • The X-Men #1–19 (1963–66)

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