Real Name: Stan Lee
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-38119) human
Occupation: Comic book creator
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Jack (last name likely Kirby), Madame Web of Earth-92131, Spider-Man of Earth-92131 (Peter Parker)
Enemies: None known
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Unidentified city on Earth-38119
First Appearance: Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (January 31, 1998)
Powers/Abilities: Stan Lee had no superhuman powers but was an accomplished comic book writer.
Height: 6'0" (presumably)
Weight: 155 lbs. (presumably)
cartoon episode - "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (fb) -
BTS) - Stan Lee was a comic book writer who created the fictional
character of Spider-Man for worldwide fans during his years of writing
comic books. Lee was also known for creating a certain green-skinned
character with his collaborator Jack. Lee's character of Spider-Man
eventually became so famous that he was given a television show with an
actor playing the role of Spider-Man.
cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man") -
Following the defeat of Earth-98311's Spider-Carnage, Madame Web of
Earth-92131 informed Spider-Man-92131 that he still had one last place
to visit and when Spider-Man asked where, the actor Spider-Man of
Earth-38119 revealed that Spider-Man-92131 should visit Earth-38119.
The actor then lead Spider-Man-92131 to Stan Lee's office, where Stan
was a phone called discussing his creation of a green-skinned hero.
Stan was shocked to see Spider-Man in person and told his assistant to
hold the rest of his calls, as he thought he had gone insane. After
explanations were made, Spider-Man-92131 took the amazed Stan Lee on a
web-swinging trip, where Stan admitted he had always wanted to
experience real web-swinging. Spider-Man responded by admitting that he
always wanted to be appreciated as a real hero and remarked that Stan
Lee had made him into one on Earth-38119. When Spider-Man then thanked
him, Stan replied "don't mention it" and asked Spider-Man where he was
going now that he had saved all reality from Spider-Carnage. Spider-Man
replied that he had to find his reality's Mary Jane Watson and after
the two landed on a rooftop, Spider-Man admitted that after seeing all
of the positive realities lately, he was actually quite happy with his
life, prompting Stan to remark that Spider-Man definitely wasn't the
character he had wrote about for years. Spider-Man then commented that
perhaps everyone has to grow up sometime, even characters of fiction.
Earth-92131's Madame Web then interrupted the conversation, announcing
that it was time for Spider-Man to go, and Stan quickly asked who the
exotic lady was. Introducing Madame Web as his ride, Spider-Man said
his goodbyes to Stan and departed, leaving Stan on a rooftop wondering
how he was supposed to get down. As he looked over the side of the
building, Stan Lee joked that he could always wait for the Fantastic
Four to drop in.
Comments: Created by John Semper and Marvel Films Animation (see Appearances list for list of artists involved).
A funny note about Stan Lee asking who the "exotic
lady" (Madame Web) was: Madame Web was actually voiced by Stan Lee's
wife, Joan Lee.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Earth-38119's Stan Lee has no KNOWN connections to:
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Spider-Man cartoon episode, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (all images in this profile)
Spider-Man cartoon series, "Spider Wars, Chapter II: Farewell Spider-Man" (January 31, 1998) - John Semper (writer, producer, story editor), Dell Barras (character design), Wayne Schulz (prop design), Donn Greer, J.C. Ponce, Moon Choi (additional character & prop design), Lawrence Kim, Enzo Baldi, Brad Morris, Fred Carrillo (background design), Floro Dery, Gary Graham, Bill Riling, Dick Sebast, Bob Souza, Clint Taylor, Rick Hoberg, Jim Janes, Ken Laramay, Hank Tucker, Kuni Bowen (storyboard art), Jerry Eisenberg, John Ahern, Jason So (additional storyboard art), Kronos Digital Entertainment Inc. (3D computer backgrounds), Dennis Velizelos (art director, background painter), Richard Bowman, Mike Svayko, Frank Andrina, Bob Treat, Bob Kirk, Joe Morrison (animation directors), Chul-Ho Sung (episode director, layout art), Mark Deimel (editor)
Last updated: 08/12/17
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