Remembering Stan Lee

Read the comics, play the games, celebrate the legend. Excelsior!

Storytelling wouldnt be what it is today without Stan Lee. He wasn’t just the wisecracking bystander who made a cameo in dozens of superhero movies. As writer, editor-in-chief, publisher, and chairman, Lee cocreated many of Marvel Comics’ most enduring characters—from the Avengers to Spider-Man—and turned millions of readers into true believers. Today we celebrate Lee’s legacy with apps and games featuring his iconic crimefighters in all their masked glory.

Read and draw

‣ Stan Lee changed the way we read comics. He also inspired us to create our own, whether by drawing, coloring, or making our photos look like panels from a graphic novel. These apps let you experience the best of Lee’s work and pay tribute with creations that move the medium forward.

    Marvel Unlimited

    Read 25K Marvel Digital Comics


    Marvel: Color Your Own

    Adult Comic Coloring Book App


    comiXology - Comics & Manga

    Comics, Graphic Novels & Manga


    Olli by Tinrocket

    Capture living illustrations


Play the games

‣ One testament to Lee’s incredible vision: the boundless fun of Marvel’s mobile games. Heroes and villains trade earth-shattering blows in the epic brawls of Marvel Contest of Champions and Marvel Strike Force. The tactical card battler Marvel Battle Lines blends tic-tac-toe-style face-offs with gorgeous art worthy of a comic book cover. For something lighter, enroll in Marvel Avengers Academy, where teen versions of Cap, Ms. Marvel, and other characters study, dance, and date.

    MARVEL Contest of Champions

    Super Hero Fighting Game


    MARVEL Strike Force: Squad RPG

    Super Hero Teams Assemble


    MARVEL Battle Lines

    Super Hero Card Game


Act and learn

‣ Lee served in the Army during World War II, so it’s no surprise that he wrote many stories for an especially iconic character: Captain America. In his honor, send a letter to a service member with Sandboxx. And learn more about the master’s craft through Lee’s two instructional texts, How to Write Comics and How to Draw Comics, both available in Apple Books.


    Connecting our Military


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