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Stan Lee passed away today at the age of 95.
A legend, he managed to become bigger than the industry he worked in.
I'm not sure if I should even post it here, and not movies/tv.
But yeah. Wow. Stan The Man is gone.
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So many things we can say about Stan - WWII Vet, wrote so much stuff - not just that he created all those charaters (often with Jack Kirby or Steve Ditko), but he toiled away on those awful 50s comics. He used Stan's soapbox to bring adults messages of racial harmony and hope to kids and adults alike. Plus I liked him in all the movies.



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