Friday, November 05, 2010
A Stan Lee Interview
This is an amazing interview with a man that has probably influenced me more than just about any other living writer. When at the end of this interview the man tells Stan how much his writing has meant to him I found myself agreeing 100%. I grew up with comics. I grew up with Stan Lee. So much of who I am today I owe to the words that Stan gave to Daredevil, Captain America, Spiderman and so many others. I learned that being good meant more than just doing good when it was easy. No matter how hard it got, how bad it got, the good guy did not give up on his ideals, what made him a good guy. It's something I've never forgotten and have tried to live up to, sometimes perhaps imperfectly, but still always with that goal in mind.
There are other writers and other people that have helped make me the person I am, but Stan Lee was one of the top influences.
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