Comics Creators in the Wild 10 Tom Brevoort Comics & Creators in the Wild February 13, 2022 It’s more of the same, additional vintage photographs of the people who worked on the comic books of yesteryear during those earlier halcyon days! As usual, there’s an awful lot of Stan Lee. Stan Lee promotional photo, circa 1980 Assorted Marvel and DC creators, including Joe Orlando, Paul Levitz, Don McGregor, , Jenette Kahn, Stan Lee, Mike Grell, Len Wein, Paul Kupperberg and Marty Pasko. Late 1970s. Jack Kirby at home, mid-1970s Stan Lee promotional photo, 1975 Jack Kirby at home, Mid-1970s. Martin Goodman at work, 1940s Len Wein, Don Mcgregor, Marie Severin, Marv Wolfman. Publicity photo for Crazy Magazine, circa 1974 Stan Lee and Larry Lieber, circa 1968 Bob Kane and Joe Shuster, promotional tour photo, 1944 Vince Colletta and Stan Lee, 1964 Stan Lee, photo for the cover of Writer’s Digest, 1947 Stan Lee and John Romita, publicity photo, 1978 Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, circa 1942 Flo Steinberg, 1973 on left, circa 1967 on right Stan Lee and Jim Galton at the White House with friends, 1979 Stan Lee and Joan Lee at the Mighty Marvel Convention, 1976 Stan Lee, Marvel offices, 1972 Stan Lee and Jack Kirby at left, At the Cartoonist Society, 1966 Joe Shuster, 1941 Jim Steranko, convention photo circa 1971 The 1969 Comic Art Convention luncheon, July 5, 1969. Numerous creators and soon-to-be creators in this one Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditTumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related TaggedBob KaneDon McGregorFlo SteinbergJack KirbyJenette KahnJerry SiegelJim GaltonJim SterankoJoan LeeJoe OrlandoJoe ShusterJohn RomitaLarry LieberLen WeinMarie SeverinMartin GoodmanMarty PaskoMarv WolfmanMike GrellPaul KupperbergPaul LevitzStan LeeVince Colletta Published February 13, 2022
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Jim Steranko has baggage.
And a great shirt!
It’s so rare to see photographs of the pre-toupee, no facial hair, version of Stan Lee. The timing doesn’t exactly work for this, but it’s almost like there are very different Golden Age and Silver Age character designs for “Stan Lee”. It’s reminiscent of the early Batman change from the original “fat Alfred” updating to “skinny Alfred”.
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A very good way to put it! I’m always amazed by the fact that even in the different Stan “eras” he looks so different in each picture.
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For awhile there, he aged backwards.