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Subj: Re: I'm going to chime in on this one, and it ain't gonna be pretty
Posted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 at 06:19:26 pm EDT (Viewed 166 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I'm going to chime in on this one, and it ain't gonna be pretty
Posted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 at 03:21:23 pm EDT (Viewed 183 times)

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    No the difference is that Stan wrote nothing more than the words, the story was already there.

The Script vs. The Plot

    Stan has maintained his thinking that THOR should WIN fights between he and hulk, even to just this past December when he was asked who would win. Some young kid in a hospital, suffering some ailment got to interview Stan and asked him just that.

    He showed his thinking on the subject in JiM where he showed the only chance hulk has is if Thor chooses to fight him on a strength to strength battle, not even a true fight. He later shows Thor is more than able to take on both hulk and Namor with no problem.

    The story of 385 was already all drawn out, the flow of the fight etc. Stan did nothing more than fill in the word bubbles, and That because he was paid to do so.

Right, As I said... The Script. Your original post said Stan drew it which was actually Larsen as penciler. I pointed out as per the "splash page" who was responsible for what. Pencils-Larsen, Script-Lee, Plot-Shooter.

Sort of like how Lawerence Kasdan wrote the script/screenplay for The Empire Strikes Back, but George wrote the plot and Ivan Kirschner directed it (penciler).

I understand that, I'll correct myself. Honestly I thought the guy who puts the words was the penciler, and the guy who drew it was labeled the artist.

Simple misunderstanding on my part.

But my point was that Stan Lee had NO creative influence on the book. I'm pretty sure based on previous statements, depictions, and even later statements (Later as in 2 decades later) differ with that ONE book. Which makes no sense.

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