Stan Lee Says He Has 50 More Superheroes That He hasn't Shared Yet.

 Stan Lee Says He Has 50 More Superheroes That He hasn't Shared Yet


Comic-book writer, editor, and publisher Stan Lee, revealed that he has 50 never-seen-before characters that he has still to introduce to the comic universe. Lee made the revealed with Variety during his handprint ceremony at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theater this week.





“I have about 50 [characters] that I’ve already developed that I haven’t shown to anybody,” he said. “And someday I will. But, there’s no need for me, really, to do anymore now... One of them [the characters] has a superpower that you’ve never seen before. They all have new superpowers, but I can’t tell you. I’m sorry!”





Stan Lee made his first comic-book debut with "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" in Captain America Comics #3 in May 1941... His first superhero co-creation was the Destroyer, in Mystic Comics #6 in August 1941. Lee helped co-created the Hulk,Thor, ron Man,the X-Men, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, and Spider-Man. The first superhero group Lee and artist Jack Kirby created was the Fantastic Four.

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