Even if you have never opened a comic book, the chances are you've heard Stan Lee's name and you meet at least a handful of characters he has created. In a world stung by Batman and Superman, Lee created or helped create superheroes that were charming, erroneous and human; had friends, dysfunctional families, faced discriminatory and non-taxable love. Every story was careful, full of symbolism and hope. If you do not know Lee's world and want to do this, these books and movies are a good place to start.
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Fantastic Four (vol.1; 1961)
Lee was shot for the first time with this superhero team – astronauts who arrived with superpowers after being exposed to cosmic rays on an outer space mission. Lord Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch and Work would set the tone for relativity; they spent nearly as much time fighting each other as they struggled with the bad guys. The series also set the tone for specialty Stan Lee, the crossover. Four Years' Fantastic Bedlam from the Baxter Building saw the stars of the Marvel Universe, who came together, including Avengers and X-Men. "" Bedlam … "stands out as my favorite because of its multiple twists," says Satish Khemchandani, co-founder of the Entertainment store, a pop culture culture suit. Also in this series is Trilogia Galactus (Fantastic Four # 48 – # 50), which introduced Argentinian Surfer Surfer, a pacifist, whom Stan Lee often said was Marvel's favorite character.
1967: Amazing Spider-Man # 50: Spider-Man no more!
The story of teenage adolescent, who was also vigilant on the internet, told us for the first time in Amazing Fantasy # 15 in 1962, which also gave us the iconic line: "With great power comes a great responsibility." The world fell in love with Peter Parker, emotionally fragile, with anxiety and insecurity, heart feeling and conflicting feelings. Then, in 1967, Amazing Spider-Man # 50, the fans were stumped when they gave it up and gave up the guy who had always saved the day, giving a new spin to his complex character.
1963: Amazing X-Men # 1
When Stan Lee created Professor Xavier and the first five X-Men (Cyclops, Beast, Iceman, Angel and Marvel Girl) and gave them a nemesis in Magneto, readers saw the parallel between their struggle and the civil rights movement of time. His movers were deprived of rights, defeats, emotional, revolutionary, with intense backstories that gave birth to a subculture of superficies. "For a bunch of nonsense like me, the X-Men series was extremely relevant. We felt helpless in a sense, so I felt the book was about teenagers like us," says Jatin Varma, founder of ComicCon India .
1962: Journey to Mystery # 83
Thor is an unlikely creature of Stan Lee – is not at all flawed, erroneous or even human. The Asgardian thunder god, with his superior superpowers (he can fly and control the weather and has an unbeatable weapon in his powerful hammer), gave Lee the chance to experience ancient wisdom and create a epic epic saga. Lok's brother, on the other hand, has no question, tries, happens, and fails, and in him the legends surrounding Thor acquire gray shades.
1963: Tales of Suspense # 39
Iron Man is all that should not be a superhero. He is arrogant, selfish, independent, a billionaire playboy. A costume he builds to protect himself, however, ends up saving the world several times. Lee later admitted that he created Iron Man as a challenge for himself; as a character he knew would be hard to like. Iron Man has become extremely popular, however, partly because he was the first superhero without current superpowers, and partly to show the world how wrong they can be when countries and companies compete too far.
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"It was not Superman in the '70s and Batman in the 90s, but Spiderman 1 to 3 has started the superhero frenzy for my generation of fans all over the world," says Jatin Varma, 34 founder of ComicCon India. While a number of actors played on the screen of the young superhero in the conflict, the most famous portraits were Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield and, most recently, Tom Holland (who played Spider Man in Captain America: Civil War, 2016 and in the wars of this year: the war of the infinite). The upside down kiss, the uncle's death, the fight with the dark side – everyone has the favorite movie and the favorite moment of the movie.
Black Panther (2018)
Challa is the reluctant king of Wakanda. His home country uses a blend of ancient knowledge and scientific understanding to stay richer, more peaceful and stronger than the rest of the world. King Wakanda is also Panther Black; a secret plant gives each superhuman king, increased power and reflexes. What really stands out is how this story defies stereotypes. I'm not here brown-haired, blue-haired, Stars-and-Stripes; the Wakandan army is dominated by women; technology flows from Wakanda into the world and not the other way around. The Black Panther first appeared on screen in Captain America: The Civil War (2016); Chadwick Boseman then returned to this year's role in one of the highest-grossing films in 2018.
Strange Doctor (2016)
In 1963, Lee began a series called Strange Tales, which focused on magic, mysticism and surrealism. Doctor Strange was originally part of that series. A surgeon has become a sorcerer, armed with a determined cloak to protect him, and a medallion that helps them manipulate time, he is distrustful, selfish and prefers to go alone. Benedict Cumberbatch starred in the big screen iterations of 2016, including appearances in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Avengers: War Infinity (2018).
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Rage turns Bruce Banner into a green monster, unstoppable, unspoken, and one of Lee's most famous characters. He has a gold heart, he is fighting his inner demon. Eric Bana first played Hulk on the big screen; Edward Norton did better in 2008. But for most, Mark Ruffalo is the one to look at him, even though Hulk had only parts in the Avengers movies. "Layers, contrasts … Ruffalo really nails him," says Khemchandani.
The first X-Men movie introduced two new mutants to Lee's original chickens, his most beloved Wolverine and Rogue. "The X-Men franchise had a host of gorgeous stories and dense stories. Everyone has their X-Man preference," says Khemchandani. With a striking cast of Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan and Halle Berry, the first film was such a rare success that there were six, without counting the Wolverine spinoff.
Date Posted: November 17, 2018 16:08 IST