Remembering Stan Lee
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Stan Lee by KidNotorious


Today, the world is certainly a lot less super as we mourn the loss of Stan Lee. A humble genius who at one time commented that he wasn't sure that what he did meant anything, Stan Lee was a legend and he will surely be missed by many. He brought us fantastical worlds and infinite possibilities and provided not only escape but an opportunity for many.  Rest in Peace, Stan Lee, thank you for being our superhero :heart: 


Excelsior!
Farewell Stan Lee by Captain-Paulo

Stupendous Stan by sstarkm  Stan Lee by Kelsee-F

Stan Lee by JoeComicBook


With great power there must also come ... great responsibility!

Stan Lee by Brian Denham by DaneRot

Stan And Spidey by SumtimesIplaytheFool .      Spidey and Stan Lee print colored by Dany-Morales

I never thought that Spider-Man would become the world wide icon that he is. I just hoped the books would sell and I'd keep my job.


STAN LEE CONQUERS THE MARTIANS by JoeJusko

Stan Lee by Joe128 .             

I used to be embarrassed because I was just a comic-book writer while other people were building bridges or going on to medical careers. And then I began to realize: entertainment is one of the most important things in people's lives. Without it they might go off the deep end. I feel that if you're able to entertain people, you're doing a good thing.

Stan Lee Portrait by marcellobarenghi

Stan Lee by markdraws .                 Stan Lee's OctoThrone for Comikaze by camilladerrico

AMAZING Lee+Bendis PROCESS by thejeremydale

Face front, true believers!

Stan Lee by Mibu-no-ookami

Stan Lee Homenagem by Utitake .       Stan Lee by RichardTingley




In the comments, share your memories, thoughts and art!

Skin by Dan Leveille
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ZydrakeShogun's avatar
ZydrakeShogunHobbyist Artist
Nuff said.
catface20's avatar
EXCELSIOR Stan Lee
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j2ArtistProfessional Artist
STAN LEE by j2Artist !! Excelsior Forever!!
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ThecoldtrojanProfessional Digital Artist
Excelsior!
Zyden's avatar
ZydenProfessional Digital Artist
These are just superb. It's hard to look at them, as you lash away the tears 8( Will miss you, Stan. I hope they continue to use the magic of CG to cameo him in all future marvel movies.
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csuhsuxHobbyist Traditional Artist
how awesome was Stan Lee? get his take on race issues 
romspaceknightart.blogspot.com… we sure could use those words of wisdom in today's climate.
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SumtimesIplaytheFool General Artist
Thanks for including mine in your feature. I had the honor of meeting him a few times. He was a great guy!
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GGDrawsStuffHobbyist Digital Artist
This man built my childhood from the ground up. I will never forget the first time I cracked open my dad's old Captain America comic book and was taken to a new world entirely. That was probably 9 years ago now. I'll never forget this legend.
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JonathanWyke General Artist
Stan Lee, who created worlds for us.

jw StanLee by JonathanWyke
dragonsushi27's avatar
Well put.😢
He will be missed.
His inspiration will live on in all of us.
eilso's avatar
eilsoStudent General Artist
we truly did lose an icon
love all the amazing art dedicated to him though, he'd be so happy
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senhor-haunterStudent Digital Artist
this legitimately makes me sad, and i'm not even a marvel fan !
Silver0Eye's avatar
A man, and a legend of its time, and beyond. We truly lost a great artist, writer and wonderfull person. Someone that created own worlds, universes and their awesome citizens. A creator of storys, that inspired many people around the globe, and let them take a break of the grey, everyday. He completed his journey here, and now sets out to a new one, with adventures, beyond the horizion.
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EmmalineEucliffeStudent Photographer
Love this <3 
What a legend 
Not immortal in body but only in soul so it seems
thanks so much for sharing!
Nall608's avatar
Spider-Man was the first Marvel Super Hero I read and was one of my favorites. Yesterday I couldn't stop crying when I learned about this as it saddens me that we lost a great man who gave us so much. This was an excellent art tribute you made. R.I.P. Stan Lee, thank you for all the hero's you created for us to look up too and I hope you are at rest in Heaven. :(
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FirstDrellSpectreHobbyist Artist
I respected him, when he was alive.
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ShoJoeHobbyist General Artist
Why? Why not respect him when he's dead? You 1 of those people that believe the bs some people are saying about him?
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FirstDrellSpectreHobbyist Artist
I never said that. I was thinking that many start respecting artists after their deaths. I still respect Stan Lee, I also respected him when he was alive.
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ShoJoeHobbyist General Artist
Ok then. Sorry if I assumed wrong.

I still respect him during and after he was alive. While I didn't get too indepth with the comics, I watched a good portion of the Marvel superhero movies that have come out in recent years and enjoyed my time I spent with a few of them.
LathonAdkins's avatar
Stan may be gone. but he will never be forgotten. he was a legend. And Legends Never Die.
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The-JaPon-iiHobbyist Writer
I grew up loving Spiderman. He is my favorite superhero. He was relatable and funny. 

On that note, my family would come together sometimes on the weekends to watch marvel movies. We had a running gag joke of spotting Stan Lee, we considered those "Spot the Stan Lee" moments as one of the best moments in the movie.

It makes me upset to know he past, i would have loved him to live on a little longer, but knowing he died peacefully is good enough. I'll miss him.
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devduck01Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for everything Stan...say hi to Jack for me...Excelsior!
Kingmolestia's avatar
This man has been a household name in my families lives since we've had a home, for over 50+ years he's been apart of our lives. Stan Lee is a true inspiration and a legend, he is and always will be, my idol. Stan Lee has indirectly affected millions and millions of lives. He now lives in our hearts and our minds. Let us never forget this inspiration of a man. Live on true believers, and excelsior.
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