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An awful lot of fun to read.
The book asserts that Lee was able to create unique personalities and dialogue for his characters that distinguished them from other comic books as well as each other.
This book gives an excellent overview of Stan Lee and his contribution to Marvel and the history of comics.
I chose this rating because it is a great book
It helped on a report on him for my school
I’m a latecomer to comic books – I did read a few as a kid, but never had the same sophisticated appreciation for them as, say, Bart Simpson has for Atomic Man. Read morePublished 3 months ago by technicat
Factually this jives with the other books about Marvel's history (except the ones written by Stan himself). A great bit of nostalgia mixed in with some myth-busting revelations. Read morePublished 14 months ago by A guy
I purchased this in addition to "comic wars" as a package set. The book is a "good" book. If you like Stan Lee this book is right up your alley.Published 19 months ago by James A. Raynor Jr.
Greatly appreciative of how quickly this reached me! It was even faster than advertised. I highly recommend these folks. TPublished 21 months ago by Travis Andres
This book has some pluses and minuses. It DOES desperately need illustrations; however it's well-written and a fascinating read. Read morePublished on June 23, 2006 by rampageous_cuss
An awful lot of fun to read. Moves quickly without leaving major gaps. It's a balanced telling of Lee's growth and influence within the comic book industry while addressing the... Read morePublished on June 4, 2006 by Amazon Customer
This book gives an excellent overview of Stan Lee and his contribution to Marvel and the history of comics. Read morePublished on August 18, 2005 by Reader from the North