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Christmas Day is fast approaching, so we thought we’d ask master storyteller (and living legend, natch) Stan Lee to get us all in the holiday spirit with a rousing reading of THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS as only Smilin’ Stan can!

Be sure to check out Stan’s reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s THE RAVEN, and follow him on Twitter @TheRealStanLee!

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Check out the rest of this year’s Holiday Havoc - and past Havoc - HERE



11 Responses to “Holiday Havoc: Stan Lee Presents THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS!”

  1. Peter Says:

    I think this is going to be my newest Holiday tradition. :)

  2. Matty H. Says:

    Stan is so expressive. My favorite comic book creator may have just become my favorite Christmas story narrator.

  3. Lelluriennian Says:

    Awesome! ^_^

  4. RobinRenee Says:

    Stan is still the Man!

  5. Stan Lee Reading The Night Before Christmas | Hypergeek Says:

    [...] To listen to this Christmas classic read in Stan’s inimitable style, head to: http://www.quickstopentertainment.com/2009/12/23/stan-lee-holiday-havoc/ [...]

  6. Fel Says:

    Awesome! EXELCIOR!!

  7. Tony Cottam Says:

    Stan Lee should read Everything. Ever. Anywhere.

  8. Happy holidays from Robot 6 | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment Says:

    [...] Video | I think this came out a year or two ago, but I couldn’t think of a better way to end this post than to link to a video of Stan Lee reciting The Night Before Christmas. [...]

  9. StevenArtist72 Says:

    Just showed this to my little nephew and he said, it’s the guy who drank the pop and got sick in The ‘Credible Hulk!!! LOL!!!
    Merry Christmas to Mr. Lee, Mr. Smith, and all others! ;)

  10. Christmas Ham: 12/25/09 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources Says:

    [...] Stan Lee reads The Night Before Christmas. Heartwarming– or terrifying? [...]

  11. Lila Anderson Says:

    “…up to the housetop, his cursers, they flew…”

    I just have this mental image of a whole bunch of fanboys in harnesses, attached to a sleigh, shouting dirty words at the top of their lungs while flapping their arms frantically…

    Um, Mr. Lee, sir…? I think the word is ‘coursers,’ ones who course or run, either on a track or into the thick of battle. But ‘cursers’ is fun, too…

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