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Stan Lee sets the record straight regarding The X-Men

SPARKS, NV -- In a recent exclusive interview with Transformation magazine, Stan Lee, the creator of most of the most successful comic books and superheroes of the period, set the record straight concerning The X-Men and their origins. "They're tr...

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The true origins of Marvel Comic's Human Torch

Hot-headed teen Johnny Storm rode his future brother-in-law's crotch rocket through what Reed Richards said was a stream of "cosmic rays" but which, in the comic book sequence during which this scene occurs, off-screen, so to speak, in shadows, beneath a full room, amid wine and roses, looks much like gobs of Richards' ejaculate. The experience changed both partners forever, as it did onlookers...

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The true story of Marvel Comics' The Punisher

The Punisher, a sadistic sociopath, is the son--some would say, the spawn--of a love tryst between Gene Conway and his wife, John Romita. Taunted mercilessly by his bullying schoolmates because of his dubious parentage, vowed to avenge himself not only upon his tormentors, but also upon society in general. To show that, in his case, the apple, although wormy, had fallen far from the tree, he wo...

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The True Story of Marvel Comics' Dr. Doom

Dr. Doom--his very name spells disaster. Not surprisingly, this gray-armored, green-robed, hoodie-clad supervillain remains one of Marvel Comics' most popular bad guys ever--so popular, in fact, that he is often soon retired after appearing, for an issue of two, usually in The Fantastic Four, the comic book that showcased his origin, for fear that he will eclipse the superheroes he fights. Not the...

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The True Story of Marvel Comics' Ghost Rider

It was 1972, and Marvel Comics editors, writers, and artists were feeling decidedly uncreative. "We'd run out of ideas at The House of Ideas," Stan Lee recalled at the recent San Diego Comics Convention. "However, Marvel's always been good at ripping off competitors, and, at the time, the trend was to balance out superhero comics with horror themes. We put the two together, and viola! Ghost Rider...

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Stan Lee Challenges Disney's takeover of Marvel; Says Comic Book World will not be the same

Funny story: Stan Lee Challenges Disney's takeover of Marvel; Says Comic Book World will not be the same

Los Angeles, California - Comic book readers everywhere are worried about the Disney takeover of their beloved Marvel Comics. They are worried the takeover will result in new unrealistic hybrid of established Marvel characters with that that Walt Dis...

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"Iron Man" Dick Cheney Crashes Nelson Mandela's 90th Birthday Party

Funny story: "Iron Man" Dick Cheney Crashes Nelson Mandela's 90th Birthday Party

Johannesburg, South Africa - After charging up his "Iron Man' suit compete with the mystical Asgardian crystal on his chest, deep within the secret underground catacombs of a chicken coop on Bush's Texas ranch…Kbooom!* Suddenly, Dick Che...

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"The Incredible Hulk's" Stan Lee sued by "The Jolly Green Giant" for plagiarism

Funny story: "The Incredible Hulk's" Stan Lee sued by "The Jolly Green Giant" for plagiarism

Hollywood, California - "The Jolly Green Giant," the former frozen vegetable spokesman, sued, Stan Lee, the man who built the House of Marvel Comics, in a Los Angeles Courtroom today.

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New Bill Would Give Guns Citizenship

Sen. Ted Cruz (TX-R) introduced a bill {BLAKA} that would give guns US citizenship, along with the right to vote and own weapons. Asked about how they felt about this bill a gun said "bang bang click"
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