Stan Lee Books In Order

Zodiac Legacy Books In Order

  1. Convergence (2015)
  2. The Dragon’s Return (2016)
  3. The Balance of Power (2017)

Stan Lee’s Alliances Books In Order

  1. A Trick of Light (2019)

Stan Lee’s The Devil’s Quintet Books In Order

  1. The Armageddon Code (2022)
  2. The Shadow Society (2022)


  1. Riftworld: Odyssey (1996)
  2. The Alien Factor (2001)

Graphic Novels

Anthologies edited

  1. The Ultimate Silver Surfer (1995)
  2. The Ultimate Super-Villains (1996)
  3. Untold Tales of Spider-Man (1997)

Non fiction

  1. Bring on the Bad Guys (1976)
  2. Stan Lee Presents the Mighty Marvel Superheroes’ Cookbook (1977)
  3. The Best of the World’s Worst (1979)
  4. How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way (1989)
  5. Excelsior! (2002)
  6. Amazing Fantastic Incredible (2015)

Zodiac Legacy Book Covers

Stan Lee’s Alliances Book Covers

Stan Lee’s The Devil’s Quintet Book Covers

Novels Book Covers

Graphic Novels Book Covers

Anthologies edited Book Covers

Non fiction Book Covers

Stan Lee Books Overview

The Alien Factor

The year is 1942. The German war machine rolls across Europe, crushing everything in its path. America has only recently entered the war, and the price paid by its allies is already high. The war could drag on for years, could go either way…
until the day a strange metallic craft crashes behind enemy lines, bringing with it secrets of world shattering consequence. The Na*zis are quick to capture the spacecraft and its unearthly occupants, anxious to make use of interstellar devices that could allow them to accomplish their goal of annihilating their enemies. Realizing what might happen should the Na*zis master the alien technology and subjugate its owners, the Allies send in a suicide squad a group snidely referred to as ‘Logan’s Losers’ to rescue the aliens and their secrets…
or destroy them before the enemy can. Logan’s mission is complicated, however, when Russia learns of the aliens and sends its own agent into the heart of Occupied France. A rogue Russian warrior…
a traitor among Logan’s invasion force…
aliens who may be friend or foe…
all driven to a fortress controlled by an implacable enemy. Stan Lee’s debut hardcover resonates with the pulse pounding plotting of the mind behind Sgt. Fury, and dozens of other heroes!

The Ultimate Silver Surfer

Beginning with a novella retelling the Silver Surfer’s origin by co creator Stan Lee and veteran Marvel Comics writer Tom DeFalco, this exciting new anthology has original, never before told stories featuring Marvel’s most cosmic superheroes and super villains. Includes fiction from Craig Shaw Gardner, Christopher Golden, Len Wein, and others.

The Ultimate Super-Villains

This groundbreaking anthology features over a dozen brand new, never before published tales starring the most vicious foes of Marvel’s super heroes: the Super Skrull’s conflict with the Avengers; the evil god Loki’s latest attempt to snare his half brother Thor; a mutant who brings Magneto and X Men’s Professor X together in a unique manner, and more. Contributing writers and illustrators include Michael Jan Friedman, Greg Cox, Ann Nocenti, Dick Ayers, Ron Lim, and others.

Bring on the Bad Guys

A collection of graphic stories featuring some of the villainous Marvel Comics characters, such as Doctor Doom, Mephisto and the Green Goblin

Stan Lee Presents the Mighty Marvel Superheroes’ Cookbook

Easy recipes for a variety of snacks, main dishes, desserts, and beverages illustrated with characters from Mighty Marvel comics.

The Best of the World’s Worst

The chairman of Marvel Comics which now sell more than 16 million copies per month presents a compilation of completely off the wall, humorous, sometimes grisly real life events and occurrences that have transpired throughout history. Inept executioners, lunkhead politians, and much more are featured in this laugh out loud shocker.

How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way

Stan Lee, the Mighty Man from Marvel, and John Buscema, active and adventuresome artist behind the Silver Surfer, Conan the Barbarian, the Mighty Thor and Spider Man, have collaborated on this comics compendium: an encyclopedia of information for creating your own superhero comic strips. Using artwork from Marvel comics as primary examples, Buscema graphically illustrates the hitherto mysterious methods of comic art. Stan Lee’s pithy prose gives able assistance and advice to the apprentice artist. Bursting with Buscema’s magnificent illustrations and Lee’s laudable word magic, How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way belongs in the library of every kid who has ever wanted to illustrate his or her own comic strip.


The man behind Spider Man, The X Men, The Incredible Hulk, and a legion of other superheroes tells his own amazing story in a book packed with punch, humor, anecdotes, and a gallery of never before seen photographs.

Stan Lee is the most legendary name in the history of comicbooks. The leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, he brought to life some of the world’s best known heroes and most infamous villains. His stories, featuring super heroes who struggled against personal hang ups and bad guys who possessed previously unseen psychological complexity, added wit and subtlety to a field previously locked into flat portrayals of good vs. evil. Lee put the human in the super human. In the process, he created a new mythology for the twentieth century.

In this treasure trove of marvelous memories, Stan tells the story of his life with the same inimitable wit, energy, and offbeat spirit that he brought to the world of comicbooks. He moves from his impoverished childhood in Manhattan to his early days writing comicbooks, followed by military training films during World War II, through the rise of the Marvel empire in the 1960s to his recent adventures in Hollywood.

The story of a man who earned respect by blazing new creative trails in a storytelling form once dismissed as just for kids, Excelsior! is an inspirational story about following one’s vision, no matter the odds. Yet it’s also the story of how some of the most exciting and memorable characters in the pop culture universe came to thrill a generation.

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