Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP
Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP
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Not really a superhero – Stan Lee’s troubling tendency to take credit for the work of other, greater talents

  • Yonden Lhatoo examines the legacy of the man behind the Marvel Comics phenomenon, arguing that he may not have been the creative genius he is made out to be

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Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP
Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee, centre, with Eric Kramer (left) and Lou Ferrigno (right), who portrayed Thor and The Hulk, respectively, in a 1988 NBC movie. Photo: AP
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