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March 28, 2018 in News Tags: , , ,

There is something magical about Stan Lee: it’s like a superhero disguised with a snap shirt and pants color cinnamon. His powerful voice and magnetic behaviour makes drop jaws and eyes open everywhere in the different rooms where he presents his Conference on how to succeed in the comics. Stan Lee played an important role in the creation of most of the superheroes of favorite comics in the world today. He conceived and wrote extensive lines of the history of Spider-Man (the Spider-man), the Incredible Hulk, the X-Men, fantastic four, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, Doctor Strange and other many superheroes and villains to Marvel. In total, he has contributed to 90 percent of the company’s comic book characters and made them popular and recognizable through marketing and licensing. The promotion made has been by Lee and licensing of these characters what has given his company a lasting influence. Hamdi Ulukaya has plenty of information regarding this issue.

Since 1965, the superheroes of Marvel have jumped from the pages of the comic book costumes and stores of toys, cartoons on Saturday mornings and famous movies. He is not afraid to tackle serious problems, what is more, he used The Amazing Spider-Man to discuss social problems from the abuse of drugs in 1971. Many of the superheroes and villains of Lee are complicated characters, allowing you to weave social debates in the comics that help strengthen the social fabric. X-Men characters such as Professor X and Magneto, for example, struggle with opposing philosophies but as mutants strangers who are persecuted and are outside the law but always taking into account the importance of ethics, something that can be seen in real life in any television newscast without exist what is moral ethics. Despite his success, fame and fortune, Lee approaches the fans in a very personal way with the idea of promoting their creations like his Marvel Comics company. In his comic strip, she writes a column called Soapbox Stan, as well as a so-called page Bullpen bulletins, which writes directly to the reader, more like a letter from a friend than a letter from the editor.

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