I'm going to attempt to chronologically list all of the Marvel characters Stan Lee had a hand in creating. Working with his genius collaborators, Stan and his team produced an insane amount of iconic characters in a roughy ten year period. (Thread)

With his younger brother, writer Larry Lieber, and Jack "the King" Kirby:

Groot

Tales to Astonish #13 (November, 1960)
With writer Lieber, and artist Kirby:

Fin Fang Foom

Strange Tales #89 (October, 1961)
With the King, Stan gives birth to the Marvel Universe:

The Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With Jack Kirby:

Mister Fantastic

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With Jack Kirby:

Invisible Woman

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With Jack Kirby, he resurrects a Golden Age Marvel hero for the modern era:

The Human Torch (Johnny Storm)

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With Jack Kirby:

The Thing

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With Jack Kirby:

Mole Man

Fantastic Four #1 (November, 1961)
With writer Lieber, and artist Kirby:

Hank Pym

Tales to Astonish #27 (January, 1962)
With Kirby:

The Skrulls

Fantastic Four #2 (January, 1962)
With Kirby:

Hulk

The Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
With Kirby:

Betty Ross

The Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
With Kirby:

General "Thunderbolt" Ross

The Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
With Kirby:

Rick Jones

The Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)
With Kirby:

Doctor Doom

Fantastic Four #5 (July, 1962)
With writer/artist Steve Ditko:

Spider-Man

Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962)
With Ditko:

Aunt May

Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962)
With Ditko:

Uncle Ben

Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962)
With Ditko:

Eugene "Flash" Thompson

Amazing Fantasy #15 (August, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Thor

Journey into Mystery #83 (August, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

"Stone Men from Saturn" (which would later be revealed as Kronans, and specifically Korg)

Journey into Mystery #83 (August, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Ant-Man

Tales to Astonish #35 (September, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Jane Foster

Journey into Mystery #84 (September, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Loki

Journey into Mystery #85 (October, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Heimdall

Journey into Mystery #85 (October, 1962)
With writer Lieber and artist Kirby:

Odin

Journey into Mystery #86 (November, 1962)
With Kirby:

Alicia Masters

Fantastic Four #8 (November, 1962)
With Kirby:

Willie Lumpkin

Fantastic Four #11 (February, 1963)
With writer Lieber and artist Don Heck:

Iron Man

Tales of Suspense #39 (March, 1963)
With writer Lieber and artist Don Heck:

Ho Yinsen

Tales of Suspense #39 (March, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

J. Jonah Jameson

The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

John Jameson

The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March, 1963)
With Kirby (and Ditko inking):

Uatu the Watcher.

Fantastic Four #13 (April, 1963)
With Kirby:

Nick Fury

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May, 1963)
With Kirby:

The Howling Commandos

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May, 1963)
With Kirby:

"Dum Dum" Dugan

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May, 1963)
With Kirby:

Gabe Jones

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (May, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

The Vulture

The Amazing Spider-Man #2 (May, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

The Tinkerer

The Amazing Spider-Man #2 (May, 1963)
With writer Robert Bernstein and artist Joe Sinnott:

Frigga

Journey into Mystery #92 (May, 1963)
With writer H.E. Huntley and artist Kirby:

The Wasp

Tales to Astonish #44 (June, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

Doctor Octopus

The Amazing Spider-Man #3 (July, 1963)
With artist Ditko:

Doctor Strange

Strange Tales #110 (July, 1963)
With artist Ditko:

Ancient One

Strange Tales #110 (July, 1963)
With artist Ditko:

Wong

Strange Tales #110 (July, 1963)
With artist Ditko:

Baron Mordo

Strange Tales #111 (August, 1963)
With Kirby:

The Avengers

The Avengers #1 (September, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

The Sandman

The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

The X-Men

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Magneto

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Professor X

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Cyclops

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Jean Grey

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Beast

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Iceman

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Angel

X-Men #1 (September, 1963)
With writer Bernstein and artist Heck:

Pepper Potts

Tales of Suspense #45 (September, 1963)
With writer Bernstein and artist Heck:

"Happy" Hogan

Tales of Suspense #45 (September, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

Liz Allen

The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (September, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

Betty Brant

The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (September, 1963)
With Kirby:

Giant-Man

Tales to Astonish #49 (November, 1963)
With Kirby:

The Vanisher

The X-Men #2 (November, 1963)
With writer/artist Ditko:

The Lizard

The Amazing Spider-Man #6 (November, 1963)
With Kirby:

Surtur

Journey into Mystery #97 (a month earlier, in October, 1963)
With artist Heck:

Mister Hyde

Journey into Mystery #99 (December, 1963)
With Kirby:

The Blob

X-Men #3 (January, 1964)
With Kirby:

Baron Strucker

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #5 (January, 1964)
With Ditko:

Electro

The Amazing Spider-Man #9 (February, 1964)
With Heck:

The Mandarin

Tales of Suspense #50 (February, 1964)
With Kirby, who co-created the character along with Joe Simon in 1941:

Bringing Captain America into the modern era and making him a "man out of time", which endures to this day

Avengers #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

The Brotherhood of Mutants

X-Men #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Scarlet Witch

X-Men #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Quicksilver

X-Men #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Toad

X-Men #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Mastermind

X-Men #4 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Hela

Journey into Mystery #102 (March, 1964)
With Kirby:

Sif

Journey into Mystery #102 (March, 1964)
With artist Bill Everett:

Daredevil

Daredevil #1 (April, 1964)
With Everett:

"Foggy" Nelson

Daredevil #1 (April, 1964)
With Everett:

Karen Page

Daredevil #1 (April, 1964)
With writer N. Korok (Don Rico) and artist Don Heck:

Black Widow

Tales of Suspense #52 (April, 1964)
With Kirby:

Skurge, the Executioner

Journey into Mystery #103 (April, 1964)
With Ditko:

Mysterio

The Amazing Spider-Man #13 (June, 1964)
With Ditko:

The Green Goblin

The Amazing Spider-Man #14 (July, 1964)
With Kirby:

Baron Zemo, (father of Helmut Zemo)

The Avengers #6 (July, 1964)
With Ditko:

Kraven the Hunter

The Amazing Spider-Man #15 (August, 1964)
With artist Joe Orlando:

The Owl

Daredevil #3 (August, 1964)
With artist Don Heck:

Hawkeye

Tales of Suspense #57 (September, 1964)
With Kirby:

Kang the Conqueror

The Avengers #8 (September, 1964)
With artist Joe Orlando:

The Purple Man

Daredevil #4 (October, 1964)
With writer/artist Ditko:

The Sinister Six

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1 (October, 1964)
With artist Don Heck:

Wonder Man

The Avengers #9 (October, 1964)
With Ditko:

Dormammu

Strange Tales #126 (November, 1964)
With Ditko:

Glenn Talbot

Tales to Astonish #61 (November, 1964)
With Kirby:

Edwin Jarvis

Tales of Suspense #59 (November, 1964)
With Ditko:

Ned Leeds

The Amazing Spider-Man #18 (November, 1964)
With Ditko:

Mac Gargan

The Amazing Spider-Man #19 (December, 1964)
With Ditko:

The Leader

Tales to Astonish #62 (December, 1964)
With Ditko:

The Mindless Ones

Strange Tales #127 (December, 1964)
With Kirby:

Laufey

Journey into Mystery #112 (January, 1965)
With Kirby:

The Absorbing Man

Journey into Mystery #114 (March, 1965)
With Kirby:

Fenris

Journey into Mystery #114 (March, 1965)
With Ditko:

Kaecilius

Strange Tales #130 (March, 1965)
With Kirby:

Creating a new version of the Golden Age Timely (Marvel) Comics adaptation of the classic pulp character Ka-Zar

The X-Men #10 (March, 1965)
With Kirby:

Medusa

The Fantastic Four #36 (March, 1965)
With artists Jack Kirby and Alex Toth:

The Juggernaut

The X-Men #12 (July, 1965)
With Kirby:

The Warriors Three

Journey into Mystery #119 (August, 1965)
With Kirby:

Fandral

Journey into Mystery #119 (August, 1965)
With Kirby:

Hogun

Journey into Mystery #119 (August, 1965)
With Kirby:

Volstagg

Journey into Mystery #119 (August, 1965)
With Kirby:

Hercules' first modern appearance

Journey into Mystery Annual #1 (October, 1965)
With artists Jack Kirby and Jay Gavin (Werner Roth):

The Sentinels

The X-Men #14 (November, 1965)
With artists Jack Kirby and Jay Gavin (Werner Roth):

Bolivar Trask

The X-Men #14 (November, 1965)
With Ditko:

Gwen Stacy

The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December, 1965)
With Kirby:

Black Bolt and the Inhumans

The Fantastic Four #45 (December, 1965)
With Ditko:

Harry Osborn

The Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December, 1965)
With artist Dick Ayers:

Eric Koenig

Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #27 (February, 1966)
With Kirby:

The Silver Surfer

The Fantastic Four #48 (March, 1966)
With Kirby:

Galactus

The Fantastic Four #48 (March, 1966)
With artists Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers:

Sharon Carter

Tales of Suspense #75 (March, 1966)
With artists Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers:

Batroc the Leaper

Tales of Suspense #75 (March, 1966)
With artists Jack Kirby and John Romita:

Peggy Carter

Tales of Suspense #77 (May, 1966)
With artist Howard Purcell:

Jasper Sitwell

Strange Tales #144 (May, 1966)
With artist Don Heck:

The Collector

The Avengers #28 (May, 1966)
With Ditko:

Mendel Stromm

The Amazing Spider-Man #37 (June, 1966)
With Kirby:

The Black Panther

The Fantastic Four #52 (July, 1966)
With writer Denny O'Neil and artist John Romita:

Gladiator

Daredevil #18 (July, 1966)
With Kirby:

T'Chaka

Fantastic Four #53 (July, 1966)
With Kirby:

Ulysses Klaw

Fantastic Four #53 (July, 1966)
With artist Don Heck:

Bill Foster

The Avengers #32 (September, 1966)
With Kirby:

Ego the Living Planet

Thor #133 (October, 1966)
With artist John Romita:

The Rhino

The Amazing Spider-Man #41 (October, 1966)
With Romita:

Mary Jane Watson

The Amazing Spider-Man #42 (November, 1966)
With Romita:

The Shocker

The Amazing Spider-Man #46 (March, 1967)
With artist Gil Kane:

The Abomination

Tales to Astonish #90 (April, 1967)
With Romita:

The Kingpin

The Amazing Spider-Man #50 (July, 1967)
With Kirby:

Ronan the Accuser and the Kree

The Fantastic Four #65 (August, 1967)
With Romita:

Joe "Robbie" Robertson

The Amazing Spider-Man #51 (August, 1967)
With Kirby:

MODOK

Tales of Suspense #94 (October, 1967)
With artist Gene Colan:

Captain Marvel, (Mar-Vell, the male Captain Marvel)

Marvel Super-Heroes #12 (December, 1967)
With Romita:

Captain George Stacy

The Amazing Spider-Man #56 (January, 1968)
With Kirby:

The Wrecker

Thor #148 (January, 1968)
With artist Gene Colan:

Whiplash

Tales of Suspense #97 (January, 1968)
With artist Larry Lieber:

Richard and Mary Parker

The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #5 (November, 1968)
With Kirby:

Doctor Faustus

Captain America #107 (November, 1968)
With Kirby:

Franklin Richards

The Fantastic Four Annual #6 (November, 1968)
With artist John Buscema:

Mephisto

The Silver Surfer #3 (December, 1968)
With Romita:

Randy Robertson

The Amazing Spider-Man #67 (December, 1968)
With artist Gene Colan:

The Guardians of the Galaxy (the original lineup)

Marvel Super-Heroes #18 (January, 1969)
With artist Gene Colan:

Yondu

Marvel Super-Heroes #18 (January, 1969)
With Romita:

Vanessa Fisk

The Amazing Spider-Man #70 (March, 1969)
With artist Gene Colan:

The Falcon (and Redwing)

Captain America #117 (September, 1969)
With artist John Buscema:

The Prowler (Hobie Brown)

The Amazing Spider-Man #78 (November, 1969)
With artist John Buscema:

She-Hulk

The Savage She-Hulk #1 (February, 1980)
And I'm done! To clarify: this isn't every character Stan co-created, there are COUNTLESS more supporting characters, heroes, and villains that his teams developed for their stories. Like me, I hope you're thankful you got to live in the era of Stan Lee. Bye for now! EXCELSIOR!

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