Stan Lee is the most legendary name in the history of comicbooks. The leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, he brought to life some of the. The leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, he brought to life some of the world's best-known heroes and most infamous villains. His stories, featuring super- heroes who struggled against personal hang-ups and bad guys who possessed previously unseen psychological complexity, added wit and subtlety to a field previously locked into flat portrayals of good vs. Lee put the human in the super-human. In the process, he created a new mythology for the twentieth century.
Excelsior!: The Amazing Life of Stan Lee
Excelsior! An Educational Framework Via Comic Book Culture – Artfully Learning
Loners originally named Excelsior  is a spin-off mini-series of comic books from Marvel Comics , first appearing in the pages of Runaways. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona , with other characters Spider-Woman, Hollow, and Red Ronin added to the cast during the events of the miniseries. The group had originally appeared in the Runaways story arc " True Believers ". At the end of the story arc, it was revealed that the group had secretly been sponsored by Rick Jones , on behalf of Captain America , who hoped to ensure the Runaways do not get into trouble. Cebulski writer and Karl Moline artist. Originally debuting in the book Runaways under the name "Excelsior", the team later received their own limited series with an option to continue as an ongoing should sales be high enough, though this was not the case.
Throughout his 70 year-long career, Stan Lee created many of the major comic book superheroes that are known throughout the world. He introduced us to a diverse array of characters with varying degrees of superpowers and complex personal narratives, such as Spider Man, The Black Panther, and the mutant collective known as the X-Men. Through the many comics that he published under his company, Marvel Comics, Lee has inspired generations of children, adolescents, and adults to think critically, develop their literacy skills, and expand their imaginations.
The comic book writer lived by the motto, first adopting the phrase in the 60s in a monthly column he wrote in Marvel Comics, in an attempt to thwart competition. The slogan has been adopted by many as they pay their respects to the legendary Lee, who on Monday passed away at the age of There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape, comfort, confidence, inspiration, strength, friendship and joy. He exuded love and kindness and will leave an indelible mark on so, so, so many lives.