• Stan Lee, Steve Wozniak

Stan Lee, Steve Wozniak (Photo : YouTube/ Silicon Valley Comic Con)

Former Marvel Comics publisher Stan Lee, 92, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, 64, have announced their joint project Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016, an interesting collaboration between comics and technology.

Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016 will be the first comic convention to combine not only comics and technology but also pop culture, video games, and social media, among others, according to Comic Book.

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To be held at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., Silicon Valley Comic Con will run from March 19-20, 2016.

In 2014, it was also announced that a pop culture road show will be brought to San Jose, Calif. on 2015 Labor Day weekend by Wizard World, which runs a series of conventions in cities throughout the United States, Mercury News reported.

Lee is known for his collaborations with several artists. One of his most notable collaborations was with Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby, his co-creators of several fictional characters, including the X-Men, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Thor.

Also, Lee led the Comics Code Authority, the first major successful challenge to the comics industry's censorship organization. After this, he headed the development of Marvel Comics from a publishing house's small division to a large multimedia corporation.

On the other hand, Lee's Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016 collaborator is known as Ronald Wayne and the late Steve Jobs' co-founder of Apple Computer, which now called Apple Inc.

In the late 1970s, Wozniak single-handedly designed the Apple I and Apple II computers, which brought significant contribution to the microcomputer revolution.

Watch Lee and Wozniak's announcement of Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016 here: