Let’s all be glad Stan Lee is still alive. Let’s all be sad that the words “Stan Lee” are still appearing in front of new things.
Hey, folks! Sorry to dispense with my normal nonsense, but I got a really important letter that I‘m very excited to share. I don’t get a ton of letters dealing with real issues, but I’m always happy to try to help. If you only read this for silliness, don’t worry—there’s still an insane Mad Max theory and the world’s…
There’s more to the LEGO Avengers video game than the two blockbuster movies. During a Comic-Con panel earlier today Stan “The Man” Lee took to the stage to introduce his two cameo characters as well as a few surprise guests.
While some of us aren’t too keen on seeing comic book legend Stan Lee’s name in front of things, there’s something about the idea of a Stan Lee Cameo School that just makes sense.
Phew! With all that Stan Lee has already done, you were probably wondering when he was going to appear in a Kpop video. Well, at the tender age of 92, it's happened.
No one likes to think about it but there will be a day when Stan Lee’s cameos will end. He may be an indefatigable 90-year-old but the co-creator of The Fantastic Four, Hulk and Spider-Man is still only human. But, in the upcoming Lego Marvel Super-Heroes video game, Stan Lee is pretty much omnipotent.
Stan "The Man" Lee might just be a walk-on in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes but, boy, he gets to rock on with unimaginable power. It's like Molecule Man and the Beyonder had a baby, and that baby was Mimic but looked like Stan Lee. I could have explained that better.
Legendary comic book creator Stan Lee is the master of film cameos, and no stranger to video game appearances either, but it's not enough. He needs to be in every video game, from Duck Hunt to The Legend of Zelda.
As previously proven, the huge environment of Grand Theft Auto IV's Liberty City is a perfect playground for billionaire industrialist Tony Stark. Now GTA modder supreme H1Vltg3 teams with JulioNIB to create the ultimate Iron Man mod, complete with multiple suits of armor, a custom interface, and the ability to play…
Stan Lee has created (or "co-created") countless superheroes over his long and illustrious career in the comics industry. Some of them have been fallen heroes. Pretty sure Verticus is his first falling hero.
I was initially skeptical about Stan Lee's cameo appearance as a playable character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Now that I've see this video, I might be persuaded to buy an entire Stan Lee game.
Just look at it, folks. That's how you generate preorders right there. Amazon is going to be swamped.
The interwebs are abuzz with the news that comic book legend Stan Lee will upgrade from his usual cameo role to playable character in Activision's Spider-Man movie tie-in. Seriously?
California's violent video game law, currently with the Supreme Court, is a pretty big deal. So it's nice to hear games have support from a man who's been there before.
Break.com gathers Katee Sackhoff, Stan Lee, a rapping Seth Green, and several scantily clad models for this parody of Katy Perry's "California Girls," "Geek and Gamer Girls," which are apparently attractive women who love posing naked with toys.
Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, X-Men, the Hulk and the Fantastic Four, among many other characters, is no spring chicken. He's 86 years-old. But if he was a youngster, would he go into comic books?
The man who gets the most glory for creating and co-creating Marvel Comics super-hero icons will have a cameo in an upcoming Activision game. No word if his voice-over work includes the word "Excelsior."
Let's jump right in. Here's Spider-Man creator Stan Lee talking about video games at Comic Con:
Why do I continue to post these behind-the-scenes vignettes for Sega's new Incredible Hulk video game, despite the fact that they hardly every offer any real new insight into what goes into creating a game of this magnitude? It's all about Stan Lee, really. The man fascinates me, and the Hulk is a big part of why.…