Stan Lee

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About Stan Lee

Marvel Comics writer, publisher, editor, and chairman who co-created Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk , Iron Man, Thor, X-Men, and the Fantastic Four. 

Early life

He worked several part-time jobs in his youth, some of which included writing obituaries for newspapers and writing press releases for the National Tuberculosis Center. His uncle, Robbie Solomon, helped him get a job at Timely Comics as an assistant in 1939, which would eventually become Marvel Comics in 1960.

Trivia

He was born Stanley Martin Lieber, but chose to break his first name into two parts for his comic book pen name. He reserved his full name for his “more literary aspirations,” which never came to fruition.

Family of Stan Lee

His father was a dress cutter who could only find occasional work after the Great Depression destroyed his career. Stan married Joan Lee on December 5, 1947 and they had a daughter named J.C. Lee in 1950. Their second daughter, Jan, died shortly after delivery in 1953. 

Close associates of Stan Lee

He made many cameo appearances in Hollywood movies based on his characters, including in 2004’s Spider-Man 2, where he was a bystander in the crowd attacked by James Franco’s character, the Green Goblin. 

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Stan Lee

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About Stan Lee

Marvel Comics writer, publisher, editor, and chairman who co-created Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk , Iron Man, Thor, X-Men, and the Fantastic Four. 

Early life

He worked several part-time jobs in his youth, some of which included writing obituaries for newspapers and writing press releases for the National Tuberculosis Center. His uncle, Robbie Solomon, helped him get a job at Timely Comics as an assistant in 1939, which would eventually become Marvel Comics in 1960.

Trivia

He was born Stanley Martin Lieber, but chose to break his first name into two parts for his comic book pen name. He reserved his full name for his “more literary aspirations,” which never came to fruition.

Family of Stan Lee

His father was a dress cutter who could only find occasional work after the Great Depression destroyed his career. Stan married Joan Lee on December 5, 1947 and they had a daughter named J.C. Lee in 1950. Their second daughter, Jan, died shortly after delivery in 1953. 

Close associates of Stan Lee

He made many cameo appearances in Hollywood movies based on his characters, including in 2004’s Spider-Man 2, where he was a bystander in the crowd attacked by James Franco’s character, the Green Goblin. 

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Haruichi Furudate

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About Haruichi Furudate

Japanese comic book and manga artist who is best recognized for their series Haikyu!!. They are also known for their series Playground in 2009 and Nisekoi and Haikyū = Nisekyū!! from 2012. 

Early life

They first started gaining attention in 2008 when they won an award at the Jump Treasure Newcomer Manga Awards for their series King Kid in Weekly Shonen Jump. 

Trivia

They are also known for having played volleyball in Junior High School as a middle blocker. 

Family of Haruichi Furudate

They were born and raised in the Iwate Prefecture in Japan. He has a brother who is often discussed in his Weekly Shonen Jump series King Kid. 

Close associates of Haruichi Furudate

He had listed Eiichiro Oda as one of his favorite artists, especially his series One Piece. 

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