Stan Lee Essay example
Stanley Martin Lieber, also known as Stan Lee was born in Manhattan, lived there most of his young live. Two of his biggest influences were books and movies. He loved Tarzan, Jules Vern, King Kong he loved anything that was imaginative. His favorite hero was Errol Flynn.
Stan lee has affected the world in many different ways. One of the ways he impacted the world is by his writing. To the people who don’t who he is he is an American comic writer, editor, actor, producer, publisher, television personality and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. Now that …show more content…
The idea of this good guy turned into a bad guy and that he had the power to turn bad and good. After planning and thinking he was able to make it believe while also being fantasied.
He had heard of the gamma ray and thought maybe the guy would get hit by the gamma ray causing him to turn into the hulk.
Now to make him a hero we have to make him do something heroic, the way he did that was by this young boy was walking where they were testing out the bomb/gamma ray and Bruce jumps on top of him to save him or else he would have died. After he “invented’ him they had to think how it would actually look, he didn’t want to make monster cause then how are kids supposed to be like him so then he thought maybe if we give him a color then he would be an equivalent of a monster. At first he decided to make the
Hulk mysterious looking gray but since the printer had problems printing out that specific color in some pages he was gray and in others he was sometimes black that’s why they decide to get a casual green.
I find it cool that the reason why the hulk was green was because of a printing accident, if it wouldn’t been for that