Park Avenue Synagogue - Reading Jewish Lives Series

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Comic Book Writer 

Stan Lee: A Life in Comics
Thu / Mar 11 / 7:00 pm 

Rabbi Neil Zuckerman and Liel Leibovitz 

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The creative mind of Stan Lee provided American pop culture with comic book heroes and imaginative worlds that will forever be his legacy. Stan Lee: A Life in Comics, focuses on both Lee’s ideas and his unlikely rise to stardom. Was Spider-Man just a reincarnation of Cain? Is the Incredible Hulk simply Adam by another name? Dive in to the life of this creative giant, his cultural and religious upbringing, and the impact it had on his work.

Liel Leibovitz is an Israeli-American journalist, author, media critic, and video-game scholar. He is currently a senior writer for Tablet. 


This program is in partnership with Jewish Lives and USCJ.

Buy the book - use code STANLEE for 30% off + free shipping. 


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