Unreleased Stan Lee Interview Reveals Birth Of Marvel Comics, His Pen Name, More

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“Oh I always wished I could do something better than comics, but there didn’t seem to be anything.” — Stan Lee (1922 – 2018) during his 2015 interview with The New York Times

In 2015, comic book writer, editor and publisher Stan Lee sat down with The New York Times for an interview about his life and work.

The news publication has released the footage as tribute to the legend after he passed away at the age of 95 on 12 November 2018.

Over the years, Lee gifted the world with some of its most famous superheroes of all time, such as ‘Spider-Man’, ‘Iron Man’, ‘Hulk’, ‘Black Panther’, ‘Daredevil’, and ‘The Avengers’, as well as delighting fans through Marvel film cameos since 1989.

In this intimate interview, Lee shares how he entered the comic book industry, the birth of Marvel Comics, how his pen name “Stan Lee” came about, and the creative process behind his work.

Watch the heartfelt homage ‘Remembering Stan Lee’ below.

[via Highsnobiety, video via The New York Times, main image via video screenshot] http://www.designtaxi.com/news/402364/Unreleased-Stan-Lee-Interview-Reveals-Birth-Of-Marvel-Comics-His-Pen-Name-More/

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