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East Meets West: Toei's Spider-Man, Stan The Man & Marvel's Spider-Man

Ever wondered on what is Stan "The Man" Lee's opinion on the Japanese version of one of his greatest creation: Toei's Spider-man? Well this interview will show you how he loved this interpretation of the world's favorite wall-crawler!

Don't you just love the fact the Stan Lee is so proud of this interpretation of Spider-man? Here's hoping that Battle Fever J will someday make it to the current Marvel Universe!

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8 Responses
  1. Actually, Battle Fever J IS a piece of Marvel Universe: Earth 79203....a very obscure piece of Marvel Universe, but it is officially in the Marvel Universe

  2. Battle Fever J is already a part of the Marvel MULTIverse, at least. It's officially been labeled Earth-79203, which is considered a "defunct" universe, presumably because they can't reference it due to Toei's ownership of the Super Sentai property.

  3. Thanks for the heads-up bros! Never been to marvel lately specially this year's secret wars arc. Currently stuck to DC right now.

  4. Gekidan's last good marvel read was AVX. After that, he too got a little hooked on DC.

  5. I don't blame you, SilverBack; to my knowing, since 1980, Battle Fever J hasn't been touched but by the Super Sentai series despite its classification

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Nope, it is not part of the Marvel Universe. There is no Marvel Universe anymore. Only Battleworld.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Drake Fnem, you are incorrect, The Battle Fever J suits, weapons and some of the monster designs were used by toei in the 35 aniversery super sentai series gokaiger several times and it was featured the annual summer movie for gokaiger, also there were several shorts at the end of super sentai's 30 anniversery series boukenger which talked about battle fever j, they weren't in the actual show but did serve as an education for new viewers about the history of super sentai, so I dont get what you mean

  8. Anonymous Says:

    This is why I always admire Stan Lee! He always has such a positive and open-minded view of everything.

    I for one loved this version of Spiderman, but all of my friends would complain about how strange and different they thought it was. Stan-the-man never does that! He instead Admires how different it is. The world could use more people like him! - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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