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Spiderman (Spider-Man) Stan Lee stock certificate

Spiderman Stan Lee stock certificate

Stan Lee Media, Inc. stock certificate, rare, genuine, authentic, extremely fine condition, high quality printing, with a vignette (picture) of Stan Lee, the creator of Spiderman, shown in the comic book style with small red dots on a yellow background making up the picture. This is a great Spiderman item to frame and hang on your wall. Stan Lee Media, Inc., now defunct, was established as an online animation company.

Stan Lee was born Stanley Lieber. He was the teenage cousin of the wife of Martin Goodman, owner of Marvel Comics, which was called Timely Comics at the time. He started working for the company when he was just 16 years old, about a year after the debut of Superman No. 1. Before he was 21, Lee became Timely's editor and chief writer. He joined the Army during world War II, and wrote training manuals. He was one of less than ten Army servicemen to be given the military classification "playwright." During his first 25 years at Marvel, he wrote at least two comic books per week. He was the creator of Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk and the X-Men. A&E recently did a biography on his life. Stan Lee and a long time friend, Peter F. Paul, started Stan Lee Media as an online animation company, which in February of 2000, had a market capitalization of over $300 million.

The Hillary Clinton Connection

Several online news sites and newspapers, including the New York Post, featured articles during the last year regarding the Stan Lee Media Co-Founder Peter Paul suing the Clintons Over Campaign Funds. Peter Paul, who was recently indicted on stock manipulation charges, said that Hillary Clinton did not report donations of approximately $2 million he made to her 2000 Senate bid, but never reported the monies to the Federal Elections Committee because he is a convicted felon. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, named N.Y. Sen. Clinton, former president Bill Clinton and others as defendants. By exposing the political couple's alleged failure to report the donations, Paul tried to avoid possible prosecution for federal campaign-finance violations. According to the Post, the campaign for Mrs. Clinton returned $2,000 of the approximately $2,000,000 in contributions, which were substantiated by Peter Paul's canceled checks.

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