Captain America Skincare And The Smell Of Stan Lee


Your Man Of Marvel, Bill Rosemann, has written a new comic, Captain America: Transformation And Triumph for men’s skincare product range Kiele.

Could it be that, with Kiele, Steve Rogers wouldn’t have had to stay frozen in ice to look so young?

Here’s what’s going down today;

A discussion with Marvel Editor Bill Rosemann, Kiehl’s President Chris Salgardo, and  Kiehl’s VP of Global Creative Maria Gustafson, about how a limited edition custom comic book comes to life.


Captain America Kiehl’s Edition Comic Book  (while supplies last)

Bill Rosemann will be signing comics upon request

Photos with Captain America

Refreshments and small bites from 5 Napkin Burger

10-minute chair massages and facials

Kiehl’s exclusive T-shirt with a $100 purchase

Kiehl’s deluxe travel trio with a $65 purchase

Thursday, June 20th, 6 to 9 PM

Kiehl’s Flagship store, 109 3rd Ave., at 13th St., 212-677-3171

bal-bs-st-stan-lee-p3-cologne-20130531While Stan Lee, who wrote early stories for Captain America and reintroduced him into the Avengers twenty-five years later, is launching a new cologne, the Stan Lee Signature edition.

The Baltimore Sun reports;

The box and bottle has his trademark aviator sunglasses and mustache, along with his signature. Also in the box: a “private message” for purchasers — and no, the companies aren’t saying what’s in it.

“You’ll have to buy the cologne to find out,” Kobayashi said.

So it’ll be online in seconds then…




About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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