Celebrate Stan Lee’s 100th Birthday

Today marks 100 years of Stan “The Man” Lee! While the legendary creator may have passed in 2018, his legacy continues to inspire us all. In 1939, a teenage Lee began his career in comics, and, 75 years later, is celebrated as the creative tour de force behind Marvel’s Silver Age—the co-creator of beloved charactersContinue reading “Celebrate Stan Lee’s 100th Birthday”

75 Facts About Stephen King For His 75th Birthday

Prolific horror legend Stephen King turns 75 today. If he’s given to reflecting on his legacy, he should set aside some time. Beginning with 1974’s Carrie, King has written over 80 books and it’s estimated that more than 1 billion of his books are in circulation, including classics like IT, The Shining, The Stand, andContinue reading “75 Facts About Stephen King For His 75th Birthday”

Celebrate Mickey Mouse’s Birthday At Disney Parks On November 18, 2017

Mickey Mouse is headed out on another intrepid adventure to celebrate his birthday with some of his biggest fans, and you can join in on the #HappyBirthdayMickey fun at all of our Disney Parks around the world. The big day is November 18, and Walt Disney World Resort will celebrate with special “Happy Birthday, Mickey!”Continue reading “Celebrate Mickey Mouse’s Birthday At Disney Parks On November 18, 2017”

Happy 91st Birthday To Stan Lee

My childhood hero Stan Lee turns 91 today. Born Stanley Martin Lieber, he is best known as an American comic book writer, editor, actor, producer, publisher, television personality, former president/chairman of Marvel Comics and fan favorite at comic conventions. Lee created such memorable comic book characters as The Fantastic Four, Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Thor,Continue reading “Happy 91st Birthday To Stan Lee”

Maurice Sendak Google Doodle

Beloved children’s author and illustrator Maurice Sendak gets the Google doodle treatment today on what would have been his 85th birthday. Sendak rose to widespread acclaim with his 1963 book “Where the Wild Things Are” and continued to produce work until his death in May 2012. The doodle starts by taking boyish hero Max through theContinue reading “Maurice Sendak Google Doodle”

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