yes... he is on the x Men revealed disk... the second of the set. the movie is on one disk and the x Men revealed disk is the one with interviews...Dave's, Joe quesada, Chris claremont, and other writers on the series over the years. I don't remember if stan's was on there or not... that was right during the time he was battleing Marvel for his share of the revenues they were trying to cheat him out of on the spiderman films.
Most creators, especially in the early years, got nothing from Marvel except their page rate...ever... stan, of course, was a fixture and the company icon... so why they tried to cheat him is beyond me... but they are greedy bastards. they were cheap then, not returning art to the artists and sometimes even cutting it up and destroying it...and they are not much better now... only the light of public opinion is shining on them and and occasionally they are forced to do something right. stan sued them and won...others, like lawsuits on blade and Howard the duck, have gone nowhere.
shooter did one thing right. It was under him that creators got some payback in the form of merchandising rights on certain characters they created. dave got merchancising rights on some of his later creations... such as the Brood... but not on the original creations given marvel in his first run... which included the shi'ar Empire, the Imperial Guard, the Starjammers, and, of course, Storm, Colossus and thunderbird...as well as Mystique. Nightcrawler they had to admit he had before he came to Marvel and he did eventually get some merchandising royalties on that character for a couple of years before he died. No royalties of any kind fromt he movies... in fact, Marvel never even invited him to any of the premieres... or even gave us a free ticket!
that's marvel for ya... all class!
but Dave's interview is definately on the second disk of that set and it is a really good one, shot here at the studio. We had no idea if or when it would appear... but we got the set for Dave and he saw it just before he died... which is a great thing in and of itself. It was the best interview on the disk.
Of course, I may be prejudiced...
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