One of the hallmarks of the Marvel Age of Comics, which started with Fantastic Four #1 in late 1961, was superhero team-ups. Since Stan Lee both wrote and edited most of the titles, he would have characters “randomly” show up in other titles, which helped cross-promote all the Marvel comicbooks.
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It’s Trivia Tuesday! Which of the below characters did Stan Lee co-create?
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It’s Trivia Tuesday! Can you guess which of the below characters Stan Lee co-created?
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