The fictional counterpart of Stan Lee who himself lives in the Marvel Universe. This Stan first appeared in All-Winners Comic #2 where he convinces The All-Winners Squad to let The Destroyer and The Whizzer join the team. After that, Stan made many appearances in the early Fantastic Four comics and other Marvel Comics. Like in the real world, he is the editor/writer of the Marvel Comics Studio's together with his Bullpen friends. Once, the Impossible Man demanded his own comic miniseries, and Stan Lee supposedly agrees. However, this turned out to be a fib.
Stan Lee was once abducted by the aliens known as the Other. He was very calm and collected aboard the ship where he met Henrietta Rose. They had experimented on him, but he could not say what they did. He was returned to Earth and somehow remembered the story so he could tell it to us comic readers.
In 2006 Stan had team-ups with his most famous creations such as Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Doctor Doom, The Thing, The Silver Surfer, Professor X and Magneto.
Then by 2012, Stan is hired by Archie Comics to create a new comic book series. After some unsuccessful pitches, Stan felt disappointment and seemed he finally ran out of ideas. As he was about to announce his retirement from the comic book industry, fate had other plans for Stan. He witnessed an alien spaceship crash in the desert and witnessed seven superpowered aliens emerging from the wreckage. Amazed by their presence, Stan takes them under his wing as they would inspire him to create "reality superheroes" as his next comic book idea for Archie Comics. Giving his newfound friends codenames to conceal their secret identities (Strong Arm, Silver Skylark, Laser Lord, Lady Lightning, Roller Man, Micro, and Kid Kinergy), Stan christens them as "The Mighty 7".