Lesser Known Facts About Stan Lee- The Greatest Story Teller And An Actual Hero Who Bought Characters To Life In Our World.
Stan Lee creator of Marvel characters like Spiderman, Thor, Wonder Woman, Thor, Spiderman, Iron-man and many more memorable ones, dies at the age of 95. He brought realism to his comic book characters. His witty creativity and profound story-telling dominated the screens and comics for nearly 5 decades.
Also, the former editor-in-chief of Marvel Studios, Stan Lee brought realistic heroes in our life’s with a real-life problem. He also introduced theories like parallel unaversive, alien concepts, anti-gravity, mutation, time travel, alternate future, high-end weaponry and many more into the comic world.
Let us know about the real-life Superhero who captivated us in his comic books for an era.
Read below lesser known facts about Stan Lee.
1) His Autobiography Was A Graphic Novel:
After appearing as a cameo in the number of comics and films, in 2015 Stan Lee finally got his own comic book. It's a full-color graphic autobiography illustrated by Colleen Doran called ‘Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir.’ The book tells the story of Stan Lee’s life and how he changed the world of comics forever.
2) What is that one Superpower Did Stan-Lee Wish To Have?
In an interview, Stan Lee was asked what is that one superpower he would like to own it. And to our end of wits, his answer was “Luck”. This idea was later taken up by him and led to the creation of one of the amazing series on the small screen by the name of ‘Stan Lee’s Lucky Man’.
3) Stan Lee King Of Cameo
He had a special clause added to his contract: he specified that he must appear in any movie based on one of his characters. This genuinely made him the king of cameos. He also did cameos for non-marvel movies too. For him, it was like day-off from his fantasy world. His last cameo would be in Avengers Infinity War which would definitely get more roars than any other Marvel character in the movie.
4) Ironic Iron Man
Stan Lee thought people would hate “Iron Man”, the idea of the rich billionaire making weapons might not bring his audience. Ironically Ironman aka Tony stark is one of the most celebrated Marvel Superhero of this era.
5) An Issue At The Printers Turned HULK Green.
The character was supposed to be gray, but according to Lee, the printer had a hard time keeping the color consistent. “So as of issue #2,” Lee wrote, “with no explanation, he turned green.” And so we know, Hulk was an actual mishap resultant.
Stan Lee is known for changing the world of comics forever used complex realistic scenario to cater to older age group breaking the norm that comic is for kids only. His implementation of scientific theories which created a backstory for his characters was out of this world, just like his characters.
Few of Stan Lee quotes that will inspire you in your real life are as below:
1) Comic books to me are fairy tales for grown-ups.
2) Comics are stories; they’re like novels or anything else. So, the first thing you have to do is become a good storyteller.
3) These stories of people with unusual powers and unusual appearances, who do unusual things, people are always fascinated by them.
4) It’s just, it’s fun to stay in the game.
5) The more you read, the better you’re going to become as a storyteller.
Comment your favorite Marvel Movie/Character/Cameo by him.
However, his imaginations still rule our hearts. May his soul Rest In Peace.