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The latest round of voting takes place here.
Vote on the latest batch of heroes here.
The third round of voting takes place here. You decide what makes someone a hero and the criteria used. Also, we’ll only be seeing heroes from visual media in this tournament, so that’s TV, movies, and a small number of video game franchises.
The next round of voting is available here. Pick the greatest hero according to the criteria that matters to you.
The first round of voting in the Greatest Science Fiction Hero Tournament takes place here. Check back every Saturday through 2018 for more chances to vote.
Sorry it’s late. This week’s vote takes place here.
There is debate about whether or not a creator’s private life should have anything to do with whether or not consumers choose to buy his or her products has been going on a while. I know where I stand, but in light of recent announcements, I’ve been thinking about that a lot in the past couple of days. Where do you stand?
Sure, Stan the Man has been appearing in Marvel Movies (and, occasionally, comic books) for years, even making a passing appearance as a jury foreman in 1989’s made-for-tv flick, The Trial of the Incredible Hulk. The successful twenty-first century cinematic universe has given Lee his best appearances, however, as a World War II General, a modern-day Smithsonian security guard, and some guy with a truck in Thor. He even shows up in space in The Guardians of the Galaxy. We know it’s Stan Lee, of course, making amusing Easter Egg cameos. But, given that these movies and TV shows depict an interconnected universe, who is Stan in that reality? Is he an Elder of the Universe? A disguised Watcher? Do clones of one man exist for some sinister purpose? Come on, you obsessively-theorizing nerds!
Who is Mr. Lee?