Who is Stan Lee
Stan Lee, original name Stanley Martin Lieber, (born December 28, 1922, New York, New York, U.S.—died November 12, 2018, Los Angeles, California), American comic book writer best known for his work with Marvel Comics. Among the hundreds of characters and teams that he helped to create were the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, the Avengers, and the X-Men.
After graduating from high school at age 16, Lieber was hired as an editorial assistant for Timely Comics, and in 1942 he was promoted to editor. By that time he had begun writing comic-book scripts for Timely as Stan Lee, a pseudonym that eventually became his legal name. In the 1940s and ’50s—during which time the group, later named Atlas, struggled financially—Lee created several comic-book series, including The Witness, The Destroyer, Jack Frost, Whizzer, and Black Marvel.
Stan Lee Quotes
1. Face front, true believers!
2. With great power comes great responsibility.
3. Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor.
5. There is only one who is all powerful, and his greatest weapon is love.
6. HULK SMASH!
7. Coming from your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!
8. Your humans slaughter each other because of the color of your skin, or your faith or your plitics — or for no reason at all — too many of you hate as easily as you draw breath. – Magneto
9. Nuff said!
10. The power of prayer is still the greatest ever known in this endless eternal universe.-The Watcher in The Avengers #14
11. In the beginning Marvel created the Bullpen and the Style. And the Bullpen was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the Artists. And the Spirit of Marvel said, Let there be The Fantasic Four. And there was The Fantasic Four. And Marvel saw The Fantasic Four. And it was good.
12. Luck’s a revolving door, you just need to know when it’s your time to walk through.
13. Wives should be kissed – not heard.
14. Nevermore shall men make slaves of others! Not in Asgard–not on Earth–not any place where the hammer of Thor can be swung–or where men of good faith hold freedom dear!
15. Of what import are brief, nameless lives . . . to Galactus?
16. For men must never feel a cause is hopeless– men must never feel an enemy cannot be beaten!
17. I said, “Juvenile delinquents eat chocolate cake, so chocolate cake must cause juvenile delinquency,” but nobody listened to me. I wasn’t on TV.
18. There must always be those with the fire of rebellion in their blood! There must always be those who will dare to fight an unbeatable enemy! Only thus can the race of man remain strong and fearless!
19. Good” and “Bad” may be alien concepts to him, Ben.
20. And now, until we meet again, may the blessings of Asgard be showered upon you!
21. Let’s lay it right on the line. Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. But, unlike a team of costumed super-villains, they can’t be halted with a punch in the snoot, or a zap from a ray gun. The only way to destroy them is to expose them—to reveal them for the insidious evils they really are.
22. Duane just kept working, not even looking up. We
23. The only advice anybody can give is if you want to be a writer, keep writing. And read all you can, read everything.
24. You know, I guess one person can make a difference. ‘Nuff said…
25. The pleasure of reading a story and wondering what will come next for the hero is a pleasure that has lasted for centuries and, I think, will always be with us.
26. Forced idleness is a terrible thing.
27. Marvel is a cornucopia of fantasy, a wild idea, a swashbuckling attitude, an escape from the humdrum and the prosaic. It’s a serendipitous feast for the mind, the eye, the imagination, a literate celebration of unbridled creativity, coupled with a touch of rebellion and an insolent desire to spit in the eye of the dragon.
28. With great power, comes great responsibility.
29. Welcome true believers, this is Stan Lee. We’re about to embark the exploration of a fantastic new universe and the best part is that you are gonna create it with me. You may know me as a storyteller, but hey on this journey consider me your guide. I provide the widy and wonderful worlds and you create the sights, sounds and adventures. All you need to take part is your brain. So take a listen and think big, no bigger, we make it an epic. Remember when I created characters like the Fantastic Four and the X-Men? We were fascinated by science and awed by the mysteries of the great beyond. Today we consider a nearer deeper unknown one inside ourselves. […] we asked: What is more real? A world that we are born into or the one we create ourselves. As we begin this story, we find humanity lost within is own techno bubble. With each citizen the star of their own digital fantasy. […] But the real conundrum is, just because we have the ability to recreated ourselves, should we? […] Excelsior!
30. But she didn’t know that when she was younger; then, the classroom was just a place that transformed itself based on whatever she was supposed to learn that day, like the Room of Requirement.
31. That person who helps others simply because it should or must be done, and because it is the right thing to do, is indeed without a doubt, a real superhero
32. They sit together, physically separate but utterly connected by the moment they’ve created
33. To me, Writing is Fun. It doesn’t matter what you’re writing, as long as you can tell a story.
34. I am going to die. Not in the goth existential way of overwrought poetry, all, “I stood upon the stage of life and saw Death, my dark-eyed lover, flipping me the bird from the back row,” but in the very literal sense that something’s going to happen to make his heart stop beating in, oh, say the next five minutes.
35. He has to survive this, if only to avoid having his digital corpse kicked to pieces by those grunting, knuckle-dragging troglodytes otherwise known as commenters.
36. or if she’s coming back from Zumba class at the Y, the thermostat ticks to a more comfortable post-workout setting.
37. At the end of the day, Cameron won’t be a cyberkinetic superhero ready to save the world. He’ll be a boy, standing in front of a girl, offering her the meager gift of his heart and hoping that it’s enough.
38. His heart’s as cold as an ice cube!’ — Peter Parker thought.
39. Are you tryin’ to defeat me by talking me to death?!
40. If all that boasting doesn’t tire you out, nothing will!
41. His heart’s as cold as an ice cube!
42. Fighting is the last resort of the ignorant!!