Official Press Release
Los Angeles – Spider-Man has rescued more people, saved more lives, defeated more super-villains than most any other super-hero ever created.
But do you know how close he came to never reaching print?
Stan Lee does, and he’s going to talk about it December 2 nd .
Get ready for Stan Lee, Joe Quesada, one stage and you – along with some surprise guests – in Los Angeles for an evening of conversation, debate, chat, discourse and chewing the pop culture fat about the history and future of Marvel Comics. It’s like Inside the Actor’s Studio, only without the pretense and with a lot more cool.
First announced at San Diego Comic Con, tickets for Marvel: Then and Now, An Evening with Stan Lee and Joe Quesada, scheduled for 7 p.m. at UCLA’s Ackerman Grand Ballroom, are now on sale at the UCLA Box Office and all Los Angeles area Ticketmaster outlets. You can also buy them online at:
Ticket prices are $18 for UCLA students and $20 for non-students, with all proceeds going to benefit The Hero Initiative, a federally chartered not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for comic creators in need. Tickets are also available for a VIP reception before the program which will feature the ability to hob-knob, rub elbows and otherwise just hang out with Stan and Joe and some of the evening’s special guests. Those tickets are $100, and also benefit The Hero Initiative. T o purchase VIP tickets, call the UCLA box office at 310-825-2101.