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This category is for questions and answers about Marvel Comics. Marvel was founded as Timely Comics in 1934. They are well known for creators such as Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, and Jack Kirby. Questions about characters, comic values, storylines, and much more may be explored here.

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Who is the strongest marvel villan?

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There are many powerful Marvel villains, but Thanos is often considered one of the strongest due to his immense strength, intellect, and possession of the Infinity Gauntlet. Other notable powerful villains include Galactus, Dormammu, and Doctor Doom.

What is the strongest hero in World of Warcraft?

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There isn't a definitive "strongest hero" in World of Warcraft as player strength can vary based on gear, skill, and strategy. However, some notable powerful heroes in WoW lore include characters like Thrall, Illidan Stormrage, and Jaina Proudmoore.

What is a comic book?

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A comic book is a publication that consists of comic art in the form of sequential panels that depict a story. These stories can be fictional or non-fictional and are often created by writers and artists who work together to create engaging narratives with visuals. Comic books are a popular form of entertainment and can cover a wide range of genres and subject matter.

Who is the fastest superhero?

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Note: Strength is on a 1-7 scale with 7 being the strongest.

1. Superman- Stongest superhero, supersonic speed, bulletproof, blowing strength and most importantly can fly anywhere in galaxy. Only weakness is kryptonite and Alias Clark Kent.

2. Thor- Norse God, 7 strength, ability to fly, wields Mjollnir. Weakness is his Father Odin, and needs hammer for power.

3. Silver Surfer- 7 strength, supersonic speed. Weaknesses are, Lives a human life as Norrin Radd. Rides a surf board, needs it for power.

4. Hulk- 7 strength, 2nd strongest super hero behind Superman. Weakness is that he cannot fly, and you can plunge him with a serum to get him back to Bruce Banner.

5. Professor X- Mind control, Leader of X men, Mastermind, cunning, smart.

6. Namor- Ruler of the ocean, controls it, (Like Posideon) 7 strength

7. Iron Man- Can fly, indestructable, superior weaponry.

8. Spider Man- Agile, smart, can hide, get anywhere, hide in dark, imagine this Spider Man has a legion of baddies arch enemies and he always gets through them all.. Spidey always has a way to outsmart and win in a fight.

9. Jean Gray- The Phoenix, enough said.

10. Human Torch- Controls flame and can fly.

superman is the strongest superhero because he has endless amount of strength without kryptonight he's unstoppable

As is the case with all comics, it depends on which company, generation and writers involved. The strongest hero of all time in comics is probably Earth 1 Superman, pre-Crisis, but again there are always individual examples and unique stories (ex. the original Star Boy before he was de-powered in Legion of Super-Hero's from the 70's).

What was Stan lee inspiration to create avengers?

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Stan Lee was inspired to create the Avengers after seeing the success of DC Comics' Justice League. He wanted to bring together a team of superheroes from separate comic series to collaborate and fight against powerful threats, which led to the creation of the Avengers in 1963.

Who did Stan lee work for?

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Stan Lee worked for Marvel Comics, where he served as a writer, editor, and eventually became the publisher of the company. Lee was instrumental in creating iconic characters such as Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man, and the X-Men, among others.

What are some admirable qualities of Stan Lee?

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Stan Lee (born Stanley Martin Lieber; December 28, 1922) is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. With several artist co-creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co-created Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, Dr. Strange, and many other characters.

Who is the most powerful marvel character created by Stan leeonly Stan lee not any one els and don't say the one above all or the livenig Tribunal?

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One of the most powerful characters created by Stan Lee is "Galactus." Known as the Devourer of Worlds, Galactus is a cosmic entity with vast cosmic powers that make him a formidable force in the Marvel universe.

Was Stan Lee in blade?

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Yes, Stan Lee made a cameo appearance in the 1998 film "Blade." He portrayed a character at a vampire rave party.

Why was Georges marvellous medicine called Georges marvellous medicine?

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The medicine was named "George's Marvellous Medicine" because it was a special concoction created by George that had magical and extraordinary effects. It was a unique and incredible solution that George thought of on his own to solve his grandmother's problems. The name emphasizes the creativity and innovation of George in finding a solution to the issues he faced.

What role did Stan lee play in Spider Man 3?

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In "Spider-Man 3," Stan Lee made a cameo appearance as a man who is saved by Spider-Man during a fight scene. His cameo roles in Marvel movies are a tribute to his legacy as the co-creator of many iconic Marvel characters, including Spider-Man.

Why did Stan Lee sell Marvel Comics?

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Stan Lee didn't sell Marvel Comics himself; Marvel Entertainment, the parent company of Marvel Comics, was sold to The Walt Disney Company in 2009. The sale was primarily driven by financial reasons and the opportunity for Disney to acquire a wide range of popular characters for their media empire.

What has Stan Lee done bad?

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Stan Lee faced criticism for his management style at Marvel Comics and for disputes over credit and royalties with some artists and writers. He was also accused of sexual harassment by some female nurses and caretakers in his later years, although these claims were disputed by his representatives and no legal action was taken.

Does Stan Lee hate the Germans?

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There does not seem to be evidence he currently hates the people of Germany.

I would suspect when he was fighting in World War II, he wasn't too fond of them but that was many years ago. I'm sure any animosity towards them has passed.

How did Stan lee create the dc comics?

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Lee was into writing from an early age, winning an aware through a newspaper repeatedly which he says wrote him and suggested to him that he write professionally. This lead to him eventually being hired by Timely comics as an editor, and that company eventually became Marvel comics. So he got into it early and did well.

Lee told a story that he was disillusioned with the comics business and was about to quit the industry when his wife told him that just once before he quit he should write a comic the way HE wanted to write it. The result was the Fantastic Four.

Who is firestars mate ion warriors?

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Firestar's mate in Warriors is Sandstorm. She is a flame-colored tabby she-cat with green eyes, known for her independence and loyalty. Sandstorm and Firestar have kits together named Squirrelflight and Leafpool.

What is the value of a 308 Savage Arms 75th Centinnial Edition Model 1895?

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The value of a 308 Savage Arms 75th Centinnial Edition Model 1895 can vary depending on its condition, any accompanying accessories, and the current market demand. However, these limited edition rifles are often sought after by collectors and can command a premium price compared to regular production models. It's best to consult with a firearms appraiser or check recent sales data to get an accurate valuation.

What are the saddest Hulk moments in comics?

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Some of the saddest Hulk moments in comics include the death of Betty Ross, Bruce Banner's love interest, in "Hulk" #315; the revelation of Banner's childhood trauma and abuse in "Hulk: The End"; and the constant struggle between Banner and the Hulk persona as depicted throughout various story arcs, showcasing the internal turmoil and emotional pain of the character.

Who is DC Comics' equivalent of Hulk?

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DC Comics' equivalent of Hulk is Solomon Grundy. Both characters possess immense strength and durability, with Grundy being known for his regenerative abilities and unpredictable behavior. Like Hulk, Grundy's powers can make him a formidable opponent for the heroes of the DC universe.

What is Captain Marvel's weakness?

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He pretty much doesn't have any not even superman could beat him in an arm Wrestling match it was a tie but still he couldn't be over powered by even a kryptonian.

Is Silver Surfer a hero or a villain?

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He is a Pokemon called Lugia.

What are girls' favourite DC/Marvel comic characters and why?

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Girls' favorite DC/Marvel comic characters vary, but some popular choices include Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Spider-Man, and Black Widow. These characters are often admired for their strength, complexity, and compelling storylines. Wonder Woman represents a powerful and iconic female superhero, while Harley Quinn brings a mix of chaos and vulnerability. Spider-Man's relatability and humor appeal to many, and Black Widow's skill and intelligence make her a fan favorite.

Who is She-Hulk?

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She-Hulk is a Marvel character introduced in February 1980. She’s also the star of an upcoming Disney+ series.

In Marvel lore, She-Hulk is lawyer Jennifer Walters, the shy cousin of Bruce Banner (the original Hulk). After an accident, Walters receives a blood transfusion from Banner, which gives her his powers, albeit in a milder form. Marvel’s official character description notes that “while she gained massive strength, she never lost her passion for justice.”

In addition to incredible strength, She-Hulk has superhuman agility, and she’s capable of retaining her intelligence and much of her personality while in Hulk form. She prefers to remain in her Hulk body, where she’s more self-confident and assertive.

In 2007, She-Hulk comic writer Peter David compared the character to D.C. Comics' Wonder Woman.

"She-Hulk has the potential to be our Wonder Woman," he said. "A powerful female with a strong moral center and a determination to do what's right. She's also a unique combination of brains and brawn. The ideal She-Hulk story is one that plays on both aspects of her make-up, the intelligence combined with her strength."

She-Hulk comics are typically fairly humorous compared to the rest of the Marvel catalog. Time will tell whether the Disney+ series takes the same approach.

"Bruce Banner is no longer the only Hulk in the [Marvel Cinematic Universe]," Marvel head Kevin Feige said when announcing the new series. "Jennifer Walters is a Hulk, she’s a lawyer, and she’s going to star in a show unlike anything we’ve done before."

The series was announced along with two other live-action series, Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight, as part of Marvel’s Phase 4 content schedule. As of September 2019, it’s in the early stages of pre-production, so it hasn’t started filming yet.

Disney has not set a release date for the series, but it probably won’t hit the Disney+ streaming service any earlier than late 2020.

Who owns the rights to Spider-Man?

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As of September 27, 2019, Spider-Man will stay in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios reaching a deal to coproduce a third Spider-Man movie starring Tom Holland as the masked web-slinger.

His next installment will be produced by Amy Pascal through Pascal Pictures, who also produced the previous two Spider-Man films. The deal includes about 25% of the film's profits for Marvel and parent company Disney, as well as Disney retaining the merchandising rights to the character. Also as part of the arrangement, Spider-Man will appear in an upcoming Marvel Studios film.

"I am thrilled that Spidey's journey in the MCU will continue, and I and all of us at Marvel Studios are very excited that we get to keep working on it. Spider-Man is a powerful icon and hero whose story crosses all ages and audiences around the globe. He also happens to be the only hero with the superpower to cross cinematic universes, so as Sony continues to develop their own Spidey-verse you never know what surprises the future might hold." - Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios

"This is terrific. Peter Parker's story took a dramatic turn in 'Far From Home' and I could not be happier we will all be working together as we see where his journey goes." - Amy Pascal, President of Pascal Pictures