Stan Lee has been in the news quite a bit of recent, with sexual misconduct allegations against him in Chicago and a lawsuit he filed against his ex-business manager who allegedly tried to sell vials of the comic book legends blood as collectibles in Las Vegas.

Lee is in the news again with a new law suit, for 1 billion dollars, against POW! Entertainment, a company he founded in 2001.

Like the lawsuit last month against his old business partner, this suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleges that other people (not including his ex-business manager as a defendant) used his age to swindle him. In the case, taking advantage of Lee's macular degeneration and subsequently impaired sight to get him to sign away exclusive rights to use his name to Camsing International Holding, a Hong Kong-based company that acquired POW! last year.

Lee claims in the suit, which you can read below courtesy of Variety, that the initial deal was presented to him as a non-exclusive right to use his name when in reality it was an exclusive right. The suit also says POW! was given the right to use Lee's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. Lee took control of his Twitter for the first time today.

Read the suit below and stay with The 405 for more on all three legal actions Lee is in as we hear it.

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