In a meeting of the twain in the comics world, Stan Lee, who created or co-created most of Marvel Comics' most popular superheroes, is teaming up with the Walt Disney Co.. to develop and produce programming for television, movies, the Internet, video games and DVDs. In an interview with the Associated Press, Lee, 84, said, "I have file cabinets filled with ideas for movies and television shows and all sorts of things, and I've been waiting to be associated with someone like Disney so I can start tearing into these things." Lee is no longer associated with Marvel, which has sold rights to characters he created, like Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Incredible Hulk, and Silver Surfer, to other studios.