In his two-hour interview, Stan Lee (1922-2018) discusses his career in multiple media, from comic books to feature films. He describes the birth of Marvel Comics, competition with DC comics, and the creation of many of his most beloved characters: the "Fantastic Four," the "X-Men," the "Incredible Hulk," and "Spider-Man." Lee also recalls the formation of production companies Marvel Productions, Stan Lee Productions and POW! Entertainment and his role in each. He talks about his involvement with television programs based on his comic characters (the animated Spider-Man series and the unforgettable The Incredible Hulk) and defines what a superhero means to him. He also reveals his real name and why he changed it to Stan Lee. Lisa Terrada conducted the interview in a joint venture with UCLA for the Living Television Collection on March 22, 2004 in Los Angeles, CA.