Pages in category “Characters created by Stan Lee” The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 362 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ).
Betty Ross Banner. Elizabeth “Betty” Ross is a fictional character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. She made her first appearance in Incredible Hulk #1 as a romantic interest of the Hulk and is the daughter of General Thunderbolt Ross.
Iron Man. Iron Man is the character that got me to like comics. And by extension, the Marvel …
101 rows · Nov 12, 2018 · Stan Lee’s 100 Most Important Characters, Ranked Scientifically. A …
|100. Stranger (Cosmic Being) (Earth-616)||96||1965|
|99. Emil Blonsky (Earth-616)||97||1967|
|96 (tied). Hades (Earth-616)||98||1966|
|96 (tied). Dmitri Smerdyakov (Earth-616)||98||1963|
In the wake of reports that Stan Lee passed away at the age of 95 on Monday, fans are mourning the loss of the legendary Marvel Comics creator.
Stan Lee. Stan Lee, original name Stanley Martin Lieber, (born December 28, 1922, New York, New York, U.S.), 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
Jun 08, 2017 · Wolverine. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby released X-Men #1 in 1963, introducing the world to Professor Charles Xavier, his students Cyclops, Iceman, Beast, Angel, and Marvel Girl, and the mutant terrorist Magneto. But the book wasn’t a hit, and the series was canceled in 1970 after 66 issues.
Author: Christopher Gates
Face front, True Believers, and recognize this marvelous multitude of characters, the most bombastic co-creations of the late, great Stan “The Man” Lee… Spider-Man – The wisecracking everyman with the amazing powers of a spider and the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Black Bolt. The Inhumans are a great concept in-and-of-themselves: Highly evolved, superpowered, …
Ravage 2099. First Appearance: “Marvel Comics Presents” #117, December 1992. Co-Creator: …
Stan Lee initially broke into comics at just 17 years of age during a time before Marvel was even its own company. Hired by Captain America co-creator Joe Simon, Lee started off as an assistant at