Posts Tagged ‘Stan Lee’

Spider-Man, in Sketch Form, Visits an 8-Year-Old Fan in Harlem | NY Times

Spider-Man, in Sketch Form, Visits an 8-Year-Old Fan in Harlem | NY Times

By MICHAEL WILSON The intercom was broken outside the front door at the Washington Houses project in East Harlem on Thursday. No way to buzz a visitor up. Finally, someone leaving held the door open. Jamel Hunter, 8, lives on the second floor of his building. He had been cooped up for days, like so […]


Q&A With Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso: Comic Books, Change & the First Lady

Q&A With Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso: Comic Books, Change & the First Lady

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) Did you know that your friendly neighborhood superhero Peter Parker was killed last year? And no I am not trying to make a cheap joke about the Broadway play. No, the web-slinger that has been around since 1962 is no longer with us. Well, sort of. […]


STANLEY M. LEIBER, MARVEL-OUS MAN OF THE HEIGHTS

BY DeJesus Our friendly neighborhood web-crawler has been seen on occasion, swinging uptown. Coincidence? Probably not! See, the GW Bridge was the backdrop to a young Jewish kid that resided on Ft. Washington Ave., Washington Heights in the earlier part of the 20th Century. This kid, born Stanley Marting Leiber mutated into the “Master of […]

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