Marvel Honours Stan Lee With New Artwork On Anniversary Of His Death

Marvel released a new commemorative art piece honouring the late and great Stan Lee on the anniversary of his death. The iconic comic book creator died last year just a month shy of his 96th birthday.

Lee is fondly remembered for the incredible number of comic book characters he created during his career, as well as his many memorable cameos in the MCU films.

Truly, Lee’s legacy spans across the multiverse. The man behind Marvel is responsible for creating and co-creating some of the most recognizable comic book characters of all time. Lee was the visionary behind Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Thor, and so many more – Lee had a hand in all of their origin stories. Marvel fans everywhere were devastated when news of Lee’s death was announced last year.

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Audiences around the world were also touched when the classic Marvel movie intro that typically plays before a new MCU movie was changed into a tribute to Lee before the start of Captain Marvel (he would also go on to have his traditional cameo later in the same movie).


Marvel Studios posted the beautiful tribute artwork (created by Adam Kubert) to the icon on their Twitter page today, featuring a smiling Stan Lee surrounded by an array of familiar heroes including Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Hulk, She-Hulk, and the Black Panther.

On the official Marvel Comics website, the company also posted a heartfelt tribute and video honouring Lee.

Titled “Remembering Stan Lee,” the Marvel Comics tribute also includes links to stories about Lee’s life and career. As Marvel Comics wrote in its tribute, it’s impossible to overstate the influence Lee had on the comics industry, and thus, modern pop-culture itself.

Source: ScreenRant

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