'It hits hard': Saskatoon comic book artist pays homage to Stan Lee

Brenda Watkins
November 14, 2018

Stan Lee, who has created some of the most popular Marvel superhero characters in history including Spider-Man, X Men, the Incredible Hulk and Iron Man, died on Monday, aged 95.

As the tributes poured in, however, Hammer took issue with how celebrities were remembering the late legend. So when the news broke yesterday that legendary Marvel Comics writer Stan Lee had passed away, the Australian star was among the legions to voice their gratitude for the man's unparalleled contributions to pop culture.

Grummett said he was five or six years old when he would "risk his hide" crossing Saskatoon's 22nd Street to buy an Avengers comic book, because Lee's characters were that dear to him.

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He continued: "A super hero in his own right to Marvel fans around the world, Stan had the power to inspire, to entertain, and to connect".

What's really amusing about Jeffrey Dean Morgan caping for these Stan Lee tributes is that he's never acted in a Marvel movie. "I'm proud to have been a small part of his legacy and.to have helped bring one of his characters to life". "It's not over yet, we still have a little trickery", and saying that she hoped it would be made into a film.

Celebrities who worked with Lee, as well as those who admired him, have expressed their gratitude and condolences through social media. He's also made appearances in various comics, TV shows, and video games, ones made by Marvel and otherwise. These characters won the hearts of both casual readers and hardcore fans, as Lee's works appeal to people's sense of adventure.

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