Mahalo Daily Interviews Stan Lee

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  1. sean percival says:

    He really does a great interview every time huh? Glad you enjoyed it.Please check out our Stan Lee page as well:

    • Brian Alvey says:

      One of the trackbacks on your own Mahalo Daily said something similar:I feel a bit bad for Veronica Belmont. She tried to interview Stan Lee, but he’s a very practiced showman and he managed to respond to all of her questions with the usual, glib Stan-nonsense.It's like interviewing a politician. It's rare that someone takes them off of their game and gets a quote no one has ever heard before. But I'd rather hear Stan talk about the 1960's Marvel Method again than watch someone fail to interview a presidential candidate.

  2. Sal Loria says:

    It's gotten to the point that he's a walking legend, he's just too good. Imagine a world without Stan Lee… I shudder to think of all the time I'd be wasting talking about "professional" wrestling. ;)

  3. Vinnie Bartilucci says:

    I think the best interview I've seen with Stan of late was on "In Search of Steve Ditko" – he let the veneer drop for a moment of two, and he was a loss for what to say about Steve and his connection to Spider-Man.I've always been fascinated watching Stan talk. He really does seem like he's got a prepared story for every concievable question. His stories also change over the years. I recall in the piece about The Hulk in "Origins of Marvel Comics", he told the real story aboyut the Hulk's color – it was supposed to be gray, but the separation method comics used in those days couldn't get gray right. The Hulk was a different color in almost every panel, and in the last panel he was green. And Stan said "OK, green it is". A few years later on a kids show called "Kids are People Too", he was interviewed about the Huulk, and he told a story where he expressly CHOSE green, because "It was a color nobody was using in comics".Never not entertaining, never not a joy to listen to. Comics couldn't have a better public face.