Stan Lee Quotes.
I grew up in New York City during the Depression. My earliest recollections were of my parents talking about what they would do if they didn’t have the rent money. Luckily, we were never evicted. But my father was unemployed most of the time.
Everybody learns differently and everybody gets to a certain point from a different direction.
The only advice anybody can give is, if you wanna be a writer, keep writing. And read all you can, read everything.
No one has a perfect life. Everybody has something that he wishes was not the way it is.
For years, kids have been asking me what’s the greatest superpower. I always say luck. If you’re lucky, everything works. I’ve been lucky.
When I was a kid, Disney was one of my gods. I just loved movies like ‘Snow White’ and ‘Pinocchio.’
Achilles, without his heel, you wouldn’t even know his name today.
I think people have always loved things that are bigger than life, things that are imaginative.
Life is never completely without its challenges.
I have always included minority characters in my stories, often as heroes.
Singing a song, playing sports – anything that entertains, that takes people away from their own problems, is good.
With great power comes great responsibilty.
I think the way you become a good storyteller is to read a lot of stories and evaluate them in your own mind.
I’ve been the luckiest man in the world because I’ve had friends, and to have the right friends is everything: people you can depend on, people who tell you the truth if you ask something.