Remembering the man and his life (December 28, 1992 to November 12, 2018), with a group of Marvel Comics that he wrote...
...that were one hundred issues!
Strange Tales #100 (September, 1962)
The first of the Stan Lee 100 issues, with a cover drawn by Jack Kirby and inked by Steve Ditko (names that would always be there to help Stan Lee reach his heights).
Journey Into Mystery #100 (January, 1964)
Here begins a run of stories that Stan Lee would be better known for, this one featuring Thor, the god of thunder!
Tales To Astonish #100 (February, 1968)
This issue features a battle royal between the two characters, Hulk and the Sub-Mariner, that shared the title.
Captain America #100 (April, 1968)
Here, Stan Lee returns to a character he had worked on since World War II (as Captain America took over the Tales To Suspense title that he had shared with Iron Man).
Fantastic Four #100 (July, 1970)
Stan Lee's great triumphant issue 100, where he had written all the previous issues of as well, along with Jack Kirby.
Amazing Spider-Man #100 (September, 1971)
Another Stan Lee triumph, as he had written all of the issues previously, though here, he had a few artists working with him over the decades, including Steve Ditko and John Romita.
This issue was reprinted in the eleventh Amazing Spider-Man Marvel Masterwork, and in the sixth Epic Collection of that series.