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Stan Lee, RIP

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12 Nov 2018 15:16 #286013 by hotseatgames
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A sad day, indeed. :(

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12 Nov 2018 15:27 #286015 by SaMoKo
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He didn’t create Birdman, the worst superhero movie ever. For that he is a legend.

95 is a long life. Seemed like he was being taken advantage of in his declining years. Better to go before the mind does, when people can remember the good.

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12 Nov 2018 15:30 #286016 by dysjunct
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95 years old and got rich and famous doing exactly what he wanted. We should all be so lucky.

Thank you for all the good times, Stan. Excelsior!
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12 Nov 2018 15:42 #286018 by Joebot
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It won't stick. Marvel will bring him back with the inevitable reboot within two years.


Too soon for that joke??

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12 Nov 2018 15:44 #286019 by scissors
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Read who wrote the obit for the great Stan Lee in the HR.
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12 Nov 2018 20:48 #286036 by san il defanso
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It always seemed like Stan Lee was a fan of his readers, which is kind of a special quality. He seemed genuinely invested in the enjoyment of the people who enjoyed his work and what came after. And not in a sort of snooty fans-only way, but in a way that made me feel like he wanted the stories to be for everyone.

It's kind of special that he lived long enough to see so many generations of new fans, and to see Marvel really become the juggernaut it is now.

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12 Nov 2018 21:47 #286040 by Jackwraith
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25 Nov 2018 21:15 #286815 by Scott Rogers
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My favorite Stan Lee story was told to me by video game musician Tommy Tallarico.

Tommy is a HUGE Spider-Man fan and he owns every issue of the comics and has a room in his house dedicated to the character, complete with a life-sized statue and a pinball machine. He got to work with Stan who did VO for the Spider-Man video game for the PS1 back in the 90's. When he met Stan, he said "Stan, I'm a huge fan of your work and I have an entire room dedicated to Spider-Man" and showed him a show of said room.

Stan took one look at the photo and said "Kid... you have a problem."

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25 Nov 2018 21:26 #286817 by Black Barney
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That’s my least favourite Stan Lee story
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