Silver Surfer first zoomed into the Marvel Universe 53 years ago this month in the pages of The Fantastic Four #48. #FlashbackFriday
It's #NationalLetsLaughDay! We get a kick out of this shot of Stan at Long Beach Comic Con in 2009.
“The Amazing Spider-Man” newspaper strip is coming to an end later this week after 42 years. Stan’s assistant Mike worked on the comic alongside Stan for over 20 years. Click the link in the bio to read more about the strip and Stan’s process.
Quiz time: Which of these characters is Irish-American? . . . . Answer: Both are! #StPatricksDay
Pie, anyone? To celebrate #PiDay, we took a look back at Hostess’ comicbook promos from the 1970s and 1980s. Click the link in the bio to read more. #tbt
We're 99% sure Stan was trying to convince director Marc Webb to expand his Amazing Spider-Man cameo in these behind the scenes set photos. #MotivationMonday
Although Stan had been writing comics since the 1940s, his fame didn’t start skyrocketing until the 1960s. Here are a selection of ads promoting Stan’s early appearances. Click the link in the bio to read more about the impetus behind his earliest speaking engagements. #tbt
Does the man on this cover look familiar to you? If so, it may be because it’s Stan Lee! Click the link in the bio to read more about Stan’s first ‘cameo’ on the cover of Black Rider #8 in March 1950.
It’s #ReadAcrossAmerica day! Stan was a lifelong book lover; he started with classics like The Time Machine when he was young and kept on going. Here are some snapshots of him reading books from the Zodiac and Ultimo series a few years ago.
Captain America is celebrating a notable silver screen milestone this year. Any guesses as to what that is? (Yes, the shield that Stan first wrote Cap as famously flinging in the comics was replaced with a gun in this version.) Click the link in the bio to read more. #tbt
Stan Lee was honored last night for his movie contributions during the Oscar's In Memoriam segment. How fitting that @blackpanther made history with 3 Academy Awards and @spiderversemovie webbed up a statue, too. Click the link in the bio to read more about this super night at the #Oscars.
#FlashbackFriday to Stan and Spidey holding court in the early 1990s at the University of Wyoming. What a discussion that must have been! Photo courtesy the @ahcwyo.
Young Stan was ecstatic when he got his first bike, because it opened NYC up to him. Perhaps that's why he was quick to hop on a bike again later in life... Stan's assistant Mike remembers when Stan could be spotted riding around Santa Monica in the early 2000s - click the link in the bio to read more about this story. (This photo shows Stan with his prized bike in the 1930s.) #tbt
Here’s three sweet #ThrowbackThursday treats to celebrate #ValentinesDay.
She-Hulk was one of the last characters Stan co-created for Marvel. She smashed her way into The Savage She-Hulk #1 a mere 39 years ago this month.
The past few days, we’ve been sharing highlights from the Stan Lee Tribute, including Laurence Fishburne’s reading of “The Raven,” which was one of Stan’s favorite poems. To read some of our reflections, click the link in the bio.
Here’s a special Tuesday throwback in honor of #ChineseNewYear: Stan at the Hong Kong airport during his 2017 trip to China.
A heartfelt thank you to all of Stan’s fans who came out to celebrate his illustrious life today at the @chinesetheatres. #StanLeeTribute
This evening, panelists made up of friends, colleagues and fans shared personal memories, stories, readings, and inspirations in honor of Stan Lee at the @chinesetheatres. #StanLeeTribute