073 - Expression: On the edge of one's Seat

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In this episode, you'll learn how to use the expression ON THE EDGE OF ONE'S SEAT and all about the life of STAN LEE, the brain behind some of the world's most beloved and despised superheroes and villains.

073 - Expression: On the Edge of One's Seat

Hi Everyone!

In this episode, you’ll learn how to use the expression ON THE EDGE OF ONE’S SEAT and all about the life of STAN LEE, the brain behind some of the world’s most beloved and despised superheroes and villains.

Larry King: A good comic book story has conflict, hero, villain, saving someone usually …

Stan Lee: You know what it is… A good comic book story has what any good adventure story has, except it’s illustrated, that’s all. But it’s…it has to have all the elements; good characterization, believable dialogue and exciting situations that make you want to (go to the next page)… 

Larry King: Believable dialogue? Zap, bam, wap.

Stan Lee: No, those are sound effects, you silly person. That’s not the dialogue. The dialogue has…

Larry King: I’ve come to save you.

Stan Lee: It has to be like you and me talking as – well, it can’t be that brilliant – but it has to be something like that.

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