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After helping create countless characters that saturate pop culture, Stan Lee has left behind a legacy bigger than them all combined. His indelible mark made on the comic industry in the silver age expanded to memorable stories on television and movies in the twentieth century, telling tales about everyday people transformed into superheroes to mutants with extraordinary powers, and so many more. Now, in this commemorative edition celebrating his life from Entertainment Weekly, we remember this legend of pop culture with photographs and essays (including one from Stan ""the man"" himself).
His greatest hits were the out-of-this-world superheroes with whom readers connected deeply. Lee's comic creations would go on to star in blockbuster movies viewed and loved by millions across the globe. Whether it's the adventures of teen Peter Parker turned web-slinging hero Spider-Man, to the legion of mutant X-Men, or the Avengers (sometimes assembled), his characters are inescapable. Included in this tribute to the comic titan and keepsake for his millions of fans:
*Exclusive interviews with comic and movie greats on Stan Lee's influences
*Gallery of Lee's most famous characters—as well as Lee's own many pop culture cameos
*Tributes and remembrances of fans as well as the actors that brought his characters to life