Was very sad hearing this news yesterday. I really looked forward to see what cameo he would have whenever there was a new Marvel movie. Here's hoping that he filmed something for the 2nd part of Infinity Wars that could be used. RIP
WOW. I thought he'd live forever?!?! like a real super hero. So sad there won't be anymore cameos in the MCU
Sad to hear Stan The Man Lee had died. Thanks for creating a lot of my favourite characters, like Iron man, Scarlet Witch, Doc Ock, Magneto and so much more. Excelsior!
I cant imagine Marvel without Stan Lee. Stan Lee IS Marvel. Whether we're talking about comics, tv, movies or action figures on this page, its almost always Marvel and there would have been no Marvel without Stan. Comics have been and still are a big part of my life; in no small way, Mr. Fantastic, Spider-Man, the Sub-Mariner, the Black Panther, Storm and of course, the Vision (!) were very much like role models to me. But although its very sad, we should all be happy that Stan the Man lived to see his brilliant, extraordinary universe brought to life on the big screen and immortalized for all time. EXCELSIOR!
I'm very sad .. but after thinking about it I could see it .. Stan was a genius and he still is ... he left for months to premiere Avengers 4 .. imagine the farewell they will do .. the homage to Stan will make the movie more epic .. as he would like. Thank you for giving us a spectacular world and making our childhood an incredible dream
- 2018-11-13 @ 2:49 pm
You know, the part of me that still wants to believe in Santa Clause and wishes on the first star of the night kinda hopes Marvel will see Stan's passing as a wake up call. A reminder of what comics once were, and could be again.
- 2018-11-13 @ 5:28 am
I was at the Matty Collector panel at San Diego Comic Con in 2013. I was there for the DC stuff, but the panel had a much bigger emphasis on Masters of the Universe that year. Scott Neitlich had a Masters figure made with Stan's likeness, and the prototype made it's debut at the Con. Stan came to the panel to check out the figure in person and to say "Excelsior" to those of us who had piled into the small room.
Hes the one famous I really ever wanted to meet. Even though he was responsible for so much of the Marvel universe, he always seemed super humble.
This is incredibly sad. I'm not one to get hung up on celebrities passing away, but I am deeply shaken by his passing. Fortunately, the light the Generalissimo shone on the world is kept alive and burns brighter thanks to his legacy. The world was lucky enough to enjoy The Man for 95 years, and we should be grateful we'll get to keep enjoying his creations until we join him.