Newspaper Mistakes Stan Lee For Spike Lee On Obituary Page

Posted November 16, 2018

With a team of Marvel artists, especially Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, Lee co-created many beloved comic book characters including Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Black Panther and the X-Men.

There were also tributes from the wider community of actors, musicians, politicians, and comic book creators.

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Larson, who makes her debut as Captain Marvel in the MCU next year, posted a photo of herself, drinking what looks like a cocktail, with the caption: "Thinking about Stan".

Numerous current stars of Marvel superhero movies offered their respects to Lee, who hepled create some of the most famous superheroes of all time. He was the greatest, most decent man. Stan Lee has given cinema buffs and readers across the globe several memorable characters that people continue to swear by. He was joined by Wolverine star Hugh Jackman who described Lee as "a pioneering force in the superhero universe".

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The Gisborne Herald used a photo of Stan Lee, but misidentified him in print writing: '"Characters first, superheroes next: Spike Lee dies at 95". He later added, "If your answer is "post a selfie" then I think we need a cultural revamp across the board". If you've been paying attention, all Marvel superheroes have issues that don't appear to be solvable, but in the end, they are always able to overcome their issues in an intriguing and fascinating way. And it is my dream role as well, to do a superhero film. Foster said some characters may have been seen as "tokenism" but that's sometimes where progress has to start. "We watched "Batman" and we also watched 'The Mod Squad.' My personal belief is that if you put the material out in front of folks and they connect with it, they are going to connect with it". When asked if she thought the project would be made into a movie, she said she "hoped so".

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