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Marvel Comics Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing, Inc., a subsidary of Marvel Entertainment, Inc. Marvel counts among its characters such well-known properties as Captain America, Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, The Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Blade, the Punisher, Daredevil, Iron Fist, Ghost Rider and many others. Most of Marvel's fictional characters are depicted as inhabitants of a single shared reality; this continuity is known as the Marvel Universe. The comic book arm of the company was founded in 1939 as Timely Publications and was generally known as Atlas Comics in the 1950s. Marvel's modern incarnation dates from the early 1960s, with the launching of Fantastic Four and other superhero titles created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others. Marvel has since become one of the largest American comics companies, along with DC Comics. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Stan Lee, Founder, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of POW! Entertainment(Pinksheets: POWN.PK) Stan Lee's famous co-creations include Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Daredevil, The Avengers, Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange among many others. Lee, known to millions as the man whose Super Heroes propelled Marvel Comics to its preeminent position in the comicbook industry, first became publisher of Marvel Comics in 1972 and is presently the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Enterprises, Inc. In 1977, he introduced Spider-Man as a syndicated newspaper strip that went on to become the most successful of all syndicated adventure strips. Spider-Man now appears in more than 500 newspapers worldwide, still written by Stan -- making it the longest running of all Super Hero strips. Without question, Stan 'the Man' Lee has exerted more influence over the comicbook industry than anyone in history. He created or co-created 90 percent of Marvel's recognized characters, which have been successfully licensed and marketed since 1965. The numbers are staggering -- more than 2 billion of his comic books have been published in 75 countries and in 25 languages. In Europe alone, Stan Lee's name appears on over 35 million comics annually. Each year, X-Men sells more than 13 million copies. Stan Lee has successfully established himself as the creator of the modern day Superhero. In 1981 Stan Lee transformed his Spider-Man and Hulk creations into Saturday morning and syndicated television cartoons. When Marvel Comics and Marvel Productions were acquired by New World Entertainment in 1986, Stan's horizons expanded even further, giving him the opportunity to become more deeply involved in the creation and development of filmed projects for both the big and small screen. He supervised such diverse animated series as X-Men, Spider-Man and The Hulk. To date, Stan's characters have populated over 24 separate television series, all of which continue in syndication around the world. Movies based on a Marvel character, such as Blade ($70 million), Blade 2 ($82 million), X-Men ($157 million), X2 ($214 million), The Incredible Hulk ($132 million), and Daredevil ($102 million) have all become mega hits at the box office. Additionally, many of Stan’s other creations, such as Iron Man, Fantastic Four, Dr. Strange, The Mighty Thor and Silver Surfer are in development for motion pictures and TV series.
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#54   Looks like DISNEY is finally going to get ImRyano 01/31/14 08:55:35 AM
#53   Anyone stopping here should go to the POWN jacktrades 03/09/11 04:32:49 PM
#52   I still look here,I keep in check with Codesters 07/25/10 01:10:26 AM
#51   Anyone look here anymore? jacktrades 04/07/10 11:23:46 PM
#50   Disney Marvel POW jacktrades 03/02/10 10:56:50 AM
#49   Marvel sues to keep Spider-Man, X-Men copyrights Codesters 01/11/10 12:17:08 PM
#48   No more MVL..kinda sad in a way...But disney The_Free_Nebula 01/01/10 02:00:27 PM
#47   Disney buying in POWN now too. jacktrades 01/01/10 02:30:21 AM
#46   MVL should forward split the stock in advance The_Free_Nebula 12/24/09 03:52:37 PM
#45   Stan lee writing in new fantastic four jacktrades 11/22/09 10:49:16 AM
#44   yep... The_Free_Nebula 10/07/09 09:28:43 AM
#43   I think the marvel people had enough joy jacktrades 10/06/09 03:55:44 PM
#42   I am thinking MVL is ripe for a The_Free_Nebula 10/03/09 06:52:03 PM
#41   This was a beautiful deal for DIS...It was The_Free_Nebula 09/01/09 12:33:56 AM
#40   incredible...the baby is all the way grown now....I The_Free_Nebula 09/01/09 12:31:16 AM
#39   and has the stan lee pow deal jacktrades 08/31/09 10:32:30 AM
#38   thats why disney plays all the marvel shows jacktrades 08/31/09 10:32:09 AM
#37   I had a feeling this was going to happen jacktrades 08/31/09 10:31:41 AM
#36   Disney To Buy Comics Juggernaut Marvel For $4B jacktrades 08/31/09 10:31:14 AM
#35   Nibbled on some put options -Aug $75s....Made a The_Free_Nebula 08/06/09 12:24:05 AM
#34   MVL - I really blew this one by The_Free_Nebula 08/03/09 08:46:09 PM
#33   can't believe I let MVL get away... The_Free_Nebula 06/13/09 09:08:39 AM
#32   http://www.bsicomics.com/2009/05/26/stan-lee-tells-quesada-to-suck-it/ I didnt k jacktrades 05/27/09 07:48:21 AM
#31   Im looking foward to seeing it but I jacktrades 05/23/09 09:40:48 PM
#30   Wolverine this weekend....bookit dano.... The_Free_Nebula 04/29/09 11:23:15 PM
#29   Anyone seen all the marvel shows on Disny XD? jacktrades 03/24/09 12:18:44 PM
#28   Those deleted scenes add lots of depth to jacktrades 01/09/09 11:55:09 PM
#27   I need to watch the deleted scenes in The_Free_Nebula 01/09/09 11:07:36 PM
#26   I do hope that we have iron mans jacktrades 01/09/09 11:04:25 PM
#25   IM2 should be much better than IM1. The_Free_Nebula 01/09/09 08:06:14 PM
#24   iron man 2.....any thoughts on it? jacktrades 01/08/09 09:39:38 AM
#23   ............ jacktrades 01/08/09 09:38:56 AM
#22   whos playing thor? jacktrades 01/08/09 09:37:24 AM
#21   any thoughts on upcoming marvel movies? jacktrades 01/08/09 09:36:51 AM
#20   got to love MVL....$40's probably in the Chrismas future... The_Free_Nebula 09/20/08 05:33:47 PM
#19   Yeah, that was sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!~ Spectre 09/19/08 03:18:06 PM
#18   yes it is. btw i saw what you RonnieD 09/19/08 03:10:37 PM
#17   Marvel is Marvelous! lol Spectre 09/19/08 02:29:32 PM
#16   while the financial world collapses, Marvel is still RonnieD 09/15/08 08:20:07 PM
#15   crickets jacktrades 09/15/08 03:30:43 PM
#14   A Superhero for the Digital Age from the Gatorelf 07/25/08 09:47:52 AM
#13   Ive been reading the hulk is might get jacktrades 07/02/08 08:43:34 AM
#12   MVL - Gap being filled in the waning The_Free_Nebula 07/02/08 01:36:32 AM
#11   Loved them both and seen each twice.... The_Free_Nebula 07/02/08 01:34:20 AM
#10   Anyone see iron man and hulk? jacktrades 06/30/08 07:15:26 PM
#9   T - 2 The_Free_Nebula 06/11/08 01:36:34 AM
#8   MVL - keep it rolling...I expect some profit The_Free_Nebula 06/10/08 08:43:00 PM
#7   MVL - From 10M shares (Probably institutional investments) The_Free_Nebula 06/07/08 12:38:00 PM
#6   Good to see some posters here. Welcome all. jacktrades 06/05/08 11:13:46 PM
#5   rock and roll The_Free_Nebula 06/05/08 07:58:16 PM
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