Stan Lee Celebrates the Holidays Digitally
Marvel is releasing their Holidays Specials digitally through their online comics service.
First up on the list? Stan Lee writing a very special Fantastic Four Christmas event that you’ll be telling your grandkids about!
Yeah, that’s the kind of think Stan "the man" Lee would say. 😉
Stan Lee Kicks Off The 2009 Marvel Digital Holiday Special!
‘Tis the season to celebrate! And what better way to do so than with the 2009 Marvel Digital Holiday Special – an exclusive, four-part comic available only at Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited (www.marvel.com/digitalcomics). The legendary Marvel founding father Stan “The Man” Lee makes his Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited exclusive debut, penning a special Fantastic Four tale with art by Nick Dragotta that could only be called Marvel Digital Holiday Special: Rock of Ages. Check out a free preview right HERE!
The Thing teaches the rest of Marvel’s First Family all about Chanukah, and in turn, they impart some lessons of their own on some would-be street toughs. All this plus an art cameo by Lee’s FF co-creator Jack Kirby in a one-of-a-kind story that should not be missed!
A four-part extravaganza, the 2009 Marvel Digital Holiday Special rolls on next week as December 16 brings Deadpool to the North Pole in Merry Freakin’ Christmas; December 23 features the X-Men in X-Mas; and finally the Marvel Divas turn up the Holiday Heat on December 29!
Subscribers, read it now at: http://marvel.com/digitalcomics/titles/marvel_digital_holiday_special.2008.2
Come light the candles, trim the tree and enjoy this joyous time of year with the 2009 MARVEL DIGITAL HOLIDAY SPECIAL only on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited! Not a member? Join now: http://marvel.com/digitalcomics/hq
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