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Topic - Stan Lee
Before he scripted the first adventures of Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, a young Stan Lee launched his career in comic books as a lowly sidekick. To hear Lee tell it, the artists he worked for as a teenage assistant in 1940 might as well have dubbed him the Anonymous Eraser-Boy.
Marvel Comics’ web-slinging wonder stars in a new a third-person adventure game that also features a vibrant New York City.
A tribute to Bruce Banner and his alter ego.
Stan Lee's had a hand in creating many memorable heroes and villains that have jumped from the pages of comic books to popular culture.
Stan Lee wants to see the likes of Spider-Man and the X-Men weaving between skyscrapers in Shanghai and battling enemies on the Great Wall.
PHILADELPHIA | Stan Lee, whose career writing comic books has run from the golden age to contemporary times, is going digital.
As Arnold Schwarzenegger plots his return to Hollywood, he will in some ways resemble the young Austrian who came to California many years ago: single and not a politician.
With his years as California governor behind him, Arnold Schwarzenegger soon will return to his acting career with a new animated TV series, Associated Press reports.
Review of Activision's Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, a third person action video game for the Xbox 360 starring Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America and Luke Cage.