WITH GREAT POWER: THE STAN LEE STORY explores the vivid life and imagination of Stan Lee, the 94-year-old comic book legend who co-created over 500 legendary pop culture characters including Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man, Thor and The Hulk. Featuring interviews with both fans and colleagues including Kevin Smith, Patrick Stewart, Samuel L. Jackson, and Eva Mendes, the film is the tale of one man’s determination to tell incredible stories that have enchanted the world for over 40 years.

source

20 replies
  1. Hideika
    Hideika says:

    Stan Lee inspired me so much, if it weren’t for him I would’ve never have been inspired to create my own world of heroes I’m working on 🙂 huge Marvel fan here

    Reply
  2. simpleton jones
    simpleton jones says:

    So what if stones were used in the past to eliminate the mutants ? So when hulk did his snap to bring everyone back that the stones took away he Brought back the mutants after all it’s his thinking that the stones are basing everything on ? Remember hulk said he tried to bring her back ? So what did he try ? How many times ? How did he mentally phrase it and left that open and In play ?

    Reply
  3. oldnative o
    oldnative o says:

    Stan Lee WHAT EGO! He Was Just A Plagiarizing Thief!
    One Example He Said He Created Spider-Man, No Steve Ditko Was The Real Creator.
    The Real People Who REALLY MADE MARVEL MARVEL SINGLE-HANDEDLY LOYALLY FOR YEARS AND YEARS, CREATOR POWERHOUSES Like Jack Kirby,
    Going BLIND Creatively Doing 1000’s Of Original Imaginative Pages And More Than Ten Titles A Month!
    Stan Lee Would Not Even Pay The Man The PITTANCE He Asked For Or His Hospital Bills And He Died Broke!
    Stan Lee TRULY Had ZERO Humility Or Compassion And Even Less Of A Imagination, The Few Early Comics That He Actually REALLY DID Ever Make ALWAYS Featured A Huge Monster Like Godzilla But Named Some Three Letter Caveman Word Like “GOR”.
    I Wish He Had Died Twenty Years Earlier So He Would Not Ruin All The Characters In His Crap Movies!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *