Friday, May 13, 2016

Pop Culture Roundup: Marvel bumper stickers; Gil Kane; Stan Lee

Via Calvin's Canadian Cave of Cool: Marvel bumper stickers.


Via Diversions of the Groovy Kind: Gil Kane original art.


Stan Lee's daughter, J.C., has penned a comic-style book about her parents' nearly seven-decade marriage.
Filled with never-before-seen, black-and-white and captioned family photos, Lee's book, which took three years to complete, gives fans unprecedented access into the lives of this mostly private family, headed by the creator of such popular Marvel Comics titles as Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Fantastic Four, Daredevil, X-Men, and Captain America, whose film sequel Captain America: Civil War has already raked in approximately 200 million in box office opening weekend.

"It was difficult, because we didn't take photos as much back then, so there weren't very many to choose from," she says. "But just through going through them and ages and dogs, I found the flow. It's like decorating a room, where once you start, the room tells you. You don't tell it. But I have to credit it to The Man Upstairs. I would not be able to do any of this without Him. I'm just a vehicle."

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