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  1. Mosaic (film) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mosaic is an animated superhero film about a new character created by Stan Lee. It features the voice of Anna Paquin as Maggie Nelson and with supporting roles done by Kirby Morrow, Cam Clarke, Garry Chalk, Ron Halder, and Nicole Oliver.

  2. Stan Lee - Wikipedia

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    Stan Lee (born Stanley Martin Lieber / ˈ l iː b ər /; December 28, 1922 – November 12, 2018) was an American comic book writer, editor, publisher, and producer. He rose through the ranks of a family-run business to become Marvel Comics' primary creative leader for two decades, leading its expansion from a small division of a publishing house to a multimedia corporation that dominated the ...

    • Comic book writer, editor, publisher, producer
    • Stanley Martin Lieber, December 28, 1922, New York City, New York, U.S.
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  4. Stan Lee – Wikipedie

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    Narodil se 28. prosince 1922 jako Stanley Martin Lieber (až ve 40. letech si nechal změnit jméno na Stan Lee) na Manhattanu v New Yorku do emigrantské rodiny rumunských Židů Celie Solomonové a Jacka Liebera. Ačkoliv vyrůstal v židovské rodině, nikdy se nevyjádřil, zda je či není věřícím. Jeho rodina byla zasažena velkou hospodářskou krizí, i proto se museli přestěhovat do Washington Heights. V roce 1931 se mu narodil sourozenec, bratr Larry Lieber. Kvůli špatné finanční situaci se Lieberovi znovu přestěhovali, tentokrát do Bronxu. Stanley Lieber v dětství obdivoval filmy s Errolem Flynnem. V mládí studoval na DeWitt Clinton High School v Bronxu. Už od mládí se zajímal o psaní a snil o napsání románu, ovšem jako mladý pracoval pouze v různých příležitostných zaměstnáních, např. v centru výzkumu tuberkulózy, kde psal nekrology a lékařské zprávy. Vystudoval roku 1939a přidal se k WPA Federal Theatre Project, který byl vytvořen na podporu divadel.

    V roce 1939 díky svému strýci Robbie Solomonovi získal pozici asistenta v Timely Comics, divizi vydavatelství Timely, které vlastnil Martin Goodman, manžel Stanleyho Liebera sestřenice. Brzy byl tedy oficiálně najat redaktorem Joe Simonem. V květnu 1941 dostal příležitost poprvé pracovat na komiksu. V čísle Captain America Comics No. 3 vyplňoval textové bubliny. Právě tehdy začal používat pseudonym Stan Lee, který brzy proměnil ve své oficiální jméno. Téhož roku pomáhal vytvořit svou první vlastní postavu jménem Destroyer (Keen Marlow). Poté i postavy Jack Frost a Father Time. V roce 1941 také kvůli neshodám s Goodmanem odešli Simon a Kirby od Timely Comics, devatenáctiletý Lee tím byl dosazen do funkce redaktora. Roku 1942 vstoupil do armády Spojených států amerických a sloužil u Signal corps, kde vytvářel tréninkové manuály, propagační materiály a slogany. Jeho služba skončila roku 1945. V prosinci 1947 se oženil s Joan Clayton Boocock. Rok po svatbě se přestěhovali na Long Island...

    Na konci 50. let redaktor DC Comics Julius Schwartz oživil pojetí superhrdinského komiksu, který v 50. letech zažil hluboký propad zájmu. DC také v té době vytvořila první moderní superhrdinský tým Justice League of America (Liga spravedlnosti nebo také Liga spravedlivých). V reakci na tento počin Goodman najal Stana Lee, aby mu vytvořil také takový supertým. V té době chtěl Lee komiksový svět opustit, proto se nechal svou ženou přesvědčit, aby více experimentoval s postavami, jelikož již neměl co ztratit. Lee tedy předělal charakter postav. Do té doby byli superhrdinové tvořeni především pro děti, proto měli bezchybný charakter. Lee jim přidal více lidskosti a nedokonalosti. Superhrdinové tím získali špatné návyky, melancholii a celkově naturalistického ducha. V 60. letech tak vytvořil řadu dnes proslulých superhrdinů. Jako první vytvořil supertým Fantastic Four, který zaznamenal obrovský úspěch a Lee tím získal volnou ruku. Poté vytvořil superhrdiny, jakými jsou Spider-Man, X-Men,...

  5. Mosaic | Toonami Wiki | Fandom

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    Mosaic is an animated superhero film about a new character created by legendary Comic book creator, writer, producer, publisher, etc. Stan Lee. The movie was released under the Stan Lee Presents banner, which is a series of direct-to-DVD animated films distributed by POW Entertainment with Anchor Bay Entertainment.

  6. Stan Lee Media - Wikipedia

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    Stan Lee Media. Stan Lee Media ( SLM ) was an Internet-based creation, production and marketing company that was founded in 1998, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2000, and ultimately dismissed from bankruptcy in November 2006. In its early years, the company created Stan Lee branded super hero franchises for applications in all media.

    • October 1998
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  7. Stan Lee's Superhumans - Wikipedia

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    Stan Lee's Superhumans is a documentary television series that debuted from August 5, 2010 to September 17, 2014 on History.It is hosted by Marvel comic book superhero creator Stan Lee and follows contortionist Daniel Browning Smith, "the most flexible man in the world", as he searches the globe for real-life superhumans—people with extraordinary physical or mental abilities.

  8. Stan Lee - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Lee was born on December 28, 1922, in Manhattan, New York City, in the apartment of his Romanian-born Jewish immigrant parents. His parents were Celia (née Solomon) and Jack Lieber, at the corner of West 98th Street and West End Avenue. His father, trained as a dress cutter, worked only sporadically after the Great Depression, His family moved further uptown in Manhattan, in Washington Heights, Manhattan. Lee had one younger brother named Larry Lieber. At an early age, Lee was inspired by books and movies, especially those with Errol Flynn playing heroic roles. By the time Lee was in his teens, the family was living in an apartment in The Bronx. Lee described it as "a third-floor apartment facing out back".Lee and his brother shared the bedroom, while their parents slept on a foldout couch. Lee attended DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx. He enjoyed writing, and had dreams of one day writing the "Great American Novel". He said that in his youth he worked such part-time jobs as...

    With the help of his uncle Robbie Solomon, Lee became an assistant in 1939 at the new Timely Comics division of pulp magazine and comic-book publisher Martin Goodman's company.By the 1960s, they would evolve into Marvel Comics. His first role in the comics were, as Lee described in 2009: "In those days [the artists] dipped the pen in ink, [so] I had to make sure the inkwells were filled...I went down and got them their lunch, I did proofreading, I erased the pencils from the finished pages for them". Lee made his comic-book debut with the text filler "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" in Captain America Comics #3 (May 1941). This is where he first used the pseudonym Stan Lee, which years later he would become his legal name. Lee later explained that he was so embarrassed that he used a pen name so that nobody would associate his real name with comics when he some day wrote the Great American Novel. Lee's first superhero co-creation was the Destroyer, in Mystic Comics #6 (...

    In the late 1950s, DC Comics created the Justice League making comic book superheros more popular. In response, publisher Lee was hired to come up with a new superhero team. Lee's wife, Joan, said that he experiment with stories he liked, since he was planning on changing careers and had nothing to lose. Lee followed his wife's advice and created a set of heroes with character flaws because many heroes before were seen as nearly perfect beings. The first superheroes Lee and artist Jack Kirby created together were the Fantastic Four. They became popular which led Lee and Marvel's illustrators to create new heroes. Again working with Kirby, Lee co-created the Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, and the X-Men; with Bill Everett, Daredevil; and with Steve Ditko, Doctor Strange and Marvel's most successful character, Spider-Man. As a result, Lee created a shared universe between the fictional heroes. Lee and Kirby combined several of their newly created characters together into the team title The Aven...

    Lee became a public face for Marvel Comics. He made appearances at comic book conventions around America, teaching at colleges and participating in panel discussions. Lee created the Spider-Man newspaper comic strip on January 3, 1977. Lee's final work with Jack Kirby, The Silver Surfer: The Ultimate Cosmic Experience, was published in 1978. Lee and John Buscema produced the first issue of The Savage She-Hulk(February 1980). Lee moved to Californiain 1981 to work on Marvel's television and movie properties. Lee was briefly president of the entire company, but soon stepped down to become publisher instead. Lee said that being president of the company was too much about numbers and finance and not enough about the creative process he enjoyed. Lee stepped away from regular duties at Marvel in the 1990s. He continued to receive an annual salary of $1 million as Chairman Emeritus. In 1998 he and Peter Paul began a new Internet-based superhero creation, production, and marketing studio, S...

    In a 2002, survey of whether he believed in God, he said: "Well, let me put it this way... [Pauses.] No, I'm not going to try to be clever. I really don't know. I just don't know". From 1945 to 1947, Lee lived in Manhattan. He married Joan Clayton Boocock on December 5, 1947, and in 1949, the couple bought a house on Long Island, living there through 1952.Their daughter Joan Celia "J. C." Lee was born in 1950. Another child, daughter Jan Lee, died three days after delivery in 1953. Lee lived in the Long Island town of Hewlett Harbor, New York, from 1952 to 1980. They also owned a condominium in Manhattan from 1975 to 1980. He moved in Los Angeles in 1981, they bought a home in West Hollywood, California. In September 2012, Lee had surgery to add a pacemaker. On July 6, 2017, his wife of 69 years, Joan, died of complications from a stroke, aged 95. In April 2018, The Hollywood Reporter said that Lee was a victim of elder abuse.

    Lee died at the age of 95 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, on November 12, 2018. The cause was respiratory and congestive heart failure.Earlier that year, Lee publicly said that he had pneumonia in February and was rushed to the hospital for worsening conditions at around the same time.

    McLaughlin, Jeff, ed. (2007). Stan Lee: Conversations. Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 978-1-57806-985-9.
    Ro, Ronin (2005) [first published 2004]. Tales to Astonish: Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, and the American Comic Book Revolution. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 978-1-58234-566-6.
    Jordan, Raphael; Spurgeon, Tom (2003). Stan Lee and the Rise and Fall of the American Comic Book. Chicago Review Press. ISBN 978-1-55652-506-3.
  9. Mosaic (Video 2007) - IMDb

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    Mosaic: Directed by Roy Allen Smith. With Anna Paquin, Kirby Morrow, Cam Clarke, Garry Chalk. A break-in and murder at a New York City museum sparks an investigation by Interpol Agent Nathan Nelson.

  10. Mosaic - Wikipedia

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    Bronze Age pebble mosaics have been found at Tiryns; mosaics of the 4th century BC are found in the Macedonian palace-city of Aegae, and the 4th-century BC mosaic of The Beauty of Durrës discovered in Durrës, Albania in 1916, is an early figural example; the Greek figural style was mostly formed in the 3rd century BC. Mythological subjects, or scenes of hunting or other pursuits of the wealthy, were popular as the centrepieces of a larger geometric design, with strongly emphasized borders.Pliny the Elder mentions the artist Sosus of Pergamon by name, describing his mosaics of the food left on a floor after a feast and of a group of doves drinking from a bowl.Both of these themes were widely copied. Greek figural mosaics could have been copied or adapted paintings, a far more prestigious artform, and the style was enthusiastically adopted by the Romans so that large floor mosaics enriched the floors of Hellenistic villas and Roman dwellings from Britain to Dura-Europos. Most recorded...

    Early Christian art

    With the building of Christian basilicas in the late 4th century, wall and ceiling mosaics were adopted for Christian uses. The earliest examples of Christian basilicas have not survived, but the mosaics of Santa Constanza and Santa Pudenziana, both from the 4th century, still exist. The winemaking putti in the ambulatory of Santa Constanza still follow the classical tradition in that they represent the feast of Bacchus, which symbolizes transformation or change, and are thus appropriate for...

    Ravenna

    In the 5th-century Ravenna, the capital of the Western Roman Empire, became the center of late Roman mosaic art. The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia was decorated with mosaics of high artistic quality in 425–430. The vaults of the small, cross-shaped structure are clad with mosaics on blue background. The central motif above the crossing is a golden cross in the middle of the starry sky. Another great building established by Galla Placidia was the church of San Giovanni Evangelista. She erected i...

    Butrint

    The mosaic pavement of the Vrina Plain basilica of Butrint, Albaniaappear to pre-date that of the Baptistery by almost a generation, dating to the last quarter of the 5th or the first years of the 6th century. The mosaic displays a variety of motifs including sea-creatures, birds, terrestrial beasts, fruits, flowers, trees and abstracts – designed to depict a terrestrial paradise of God's creation. Superimposed on this scheme are two large tablets, tabulae ansatae, carrying inscriptions. A va...

    Under Roman and Byzantine influence the Jews also decorated their synagogues with classical floor mosaics. Many interesting examples were discovered in Galilee and the Judean Desert. The remains of a 6th-century synagogue have been uncovered in Sepphoris, which was an important centre of Jewish culture between the 3rd–7th centuries and a multicultural town inhabited by Jews, Christians and pagans. The mosaic reflects an interesting fusion of Jewish and pagan beliefs. In the center of the floor the zodiac wheel was depicted. Helios sits in the middle, in his sun chariot, and each zodiac is matched with a Jewish month. Along the sides of the mosaic are strips depicting Biblical scenes, such as the binding of Isaac, as well as traditional rituals, including a burnt sacrifice and the offering of fruits and grains. Another zodiac mosaic decorated the floor of the Beit Alfa synagogue which was built during the reign of Justin I (518–27). It is regarded one of the most important mosaics di...

    Pre-Islamic Arabia

    In South Arabia two mosaic works were excavated in a Qatabanian from the late 3rd century, those two plates formed geometric and grapevines formation reflecting the traditions of that culture. In the Ghassanidera religious mosaic art flourished in their territory, so far five churches with mosaic were recorded from that era, two built by Ghassanid rulers and the other three by the Christian Arab community who wrote their names and dedications.

    Pre-Islamic Persia

    Tilework had been known there for about two thousand years when cultural exchange between Sassanid Empire and Romans influenced Persian artists to create mosaic patterns. Shapur I decorated his palace with tile compositions depicting dancers, musicians, courtesans, etc. This was the only significant example of figurative Persian mosaic, which became prohibited after Arab conquest and arrival of Islam.

    Islamic art

    Islamic architecture used mosaic technique to decorate religious buildings and palaces after the Muslim conquests of the eastern provinces of the Byzantine Empire. In Syria and Egypt the Arabs were influenced by the great tradition of Roman and Early Christian mosaic art. During the Umayyad Dynasty mosaic making remained a flourishing art form in Islamic culture and it is continued in the art of zellige and azulejo in various parts of the Arab world, although tilewas to become the main Islami...

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