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He might be getting up there in years, but here’s photographic proof that Stan Lee is still large and in charge. Lou Ferrigno posted this great picture of Stan the Man stepping between Ferrigno (Hulk) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) to break up what would undoubtedly have been an epic fistfight.

(Lou Ferrigno’s Facebook via Cheezburger)

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You could call this a rumor, but since it’s actually coming from Stan Lee himself, it’s likely got some truth. According to a recent interview in The Hollywood Reporter, Stan Lee isn’t getting a cameo, but a “big role” in an upcoming episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. There’s no word on the details of his role, but his appearance will be in the February 4th episode so we don’t have long to wait!

(The Hollywood Reporter via Bleeding Cool)

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Do you know what bugs Stan Lee about Superman? It’s not that he’s boring, rather he doesn’t really get how Superman flies. Granted, a quick internet search will lead you to all kinds of information on Kryptonian gravity, but it seems that Stan doesn’t visit Wikipedia all that much.

Check out Stan’s rant after the break…

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It’s hard not to love Stan Lee, but if you don’t, then you will by the time you finish watching this video. He gets together with the guys from How It Should Have Ended and rewrites the endings to Star Wars, Inception and a few others that are best discovered while watching the video. Excelsior!

See the hilarious video after the break…

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Sixteen-year old Bowe Cleveland was critically injured last week when a classmate opened fire at Taft High School in California. He was put in a medically-induced coma by doctors who treated severe damage to his chest and abdomen. He is recovering now, but remains in critical condition.

Cleveland is also a big fan of Spider-Man, and classmates at Taft have taken to wearing Spidey shirts as a show of support. Stan Lee got wind of all this, and decided to deliver a special message of his own. Check it out after the break.

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So, this happened. Back in 1983, Stan Lee could have given Prince Harry a run for his money in the pantsless department. It was all part of a photo shoot for an upcoming behind-the-scenes at Marvel photo-comic. The photo was released with a Hulk costume photoshopped over Stan, but it will now appear in its original glory in Marvel Comics: The Untold Story, which comes out on October 9th. Supposedly, Stan kept his red bikini briefs on for this photo, but only that Hulk comic knows for sure.

(Sean Howe via The Beat)

Stan Lee has made some fantastic cameos in movies over the years. Fans just wait for that moment when they see his face on the screen and can’t help but cheer when they realize it’s him. If you want to see Stan make a cameo like never before, then pick up a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man when it’s released on June 26th and you can actually play Stan. He’s really more like Spider-Stan because he slings webs, gets the bad guys and makes wisecracks the whole time. This might be my favorite Stan Lee cameo ever—and judging by how excited he is in the clip, I think he might like it a lot too.

See the Spider-Stan video after the jump…

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to reboot his acting career, and he’s starting by partnering with Stan Lee to create a cartoon superhero based on his “Governator” persona.

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Arnold outlines the project:

“The word Governator combined two worlds: the world of politics and the movie world. And [this cartoon] brings everything together. It combines the governor, the Terminator, the bodybuilding world, the True Lies…”

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Stan Lee sat down with Vanity Fair and gave an extremely amusing and insightful interview that touched upon some of the greatest questions of our time—namely what’s up with the Hulk’s magic pants and is the Thing’s thing made up of rock like the rest of him?

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Congrats to Dave Britt and Chris Anguyen, winners of our Stan Lee NHL Guardian 30 Project Contest. If you missed the character unveiling at the NHL All-Star game last week, you can check out the official Guardian Project website for all the details.