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Todd McFarlane Draws Stan Lee Cover for The Hollywood Reporter's SDCC Issue

For The Hollywood Reporter's special Comic-Con International: San Diego issue, Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane has provided a cover that depicts legendary Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee with several of his creations in the background.

The latest issue includes a profile on Lee, covering his time with Marvel and legacy as a prolific creator. "I was stupid in a business way," Lee says in the issue, reflecting on his most productive years creating characters. "I should have been greedier."

Additionally, THR has a photo-driven feature on Lee that includes annotations from The Man himself, and former Marvel editor and legend in his own right, Roy Thomas -- who succeeded Lee as editor at Marvel in the '70s -- wrote a guest column on his influential predecessor and the days at Marvel in the '60s.

Head over to THR to read the full profile on Lee included in the August 5 issue.

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