Stan Lee Gets A Pacemaker "To Be More Like My Fellow Avenger, Tony Stark"
Following reports that Stan "The Man" Lee had cancelled several upcoming appearances due to, "a very serious circumstance", the beloved comic co-creator of such characters as Spider-Man the Avengers has released a statement in which he reveals that he has had a pacemaker.
He might be 90 years of age, but Stan Lee is still going strong with numerous convention appearances, various projects and his always memorable cameos in all of Marvel's major movies. However, he's obviously not a young man, and after recent worrying reports about him cancelling upcoming appearances due to "a very serious circumstance", "The Man" has released the following statement in which he confirms that he is perfectly fine and in good spirits after having a pacemaker fitted. From all of us here at ComicBookMovie, get well soon Stan!
This is a dispatch sent from your beloved Generalissimo, directly from the center of Hollywood’s combat zone!
Now hear this! Your leader hath not deserted thee! In an effort to be more like my fellow Avenger, Tony Stark, I have had an electronic pace-maker placed near my heart to insure that I’ll be able to lead thee for another 90 years.
But fear thee not, my valiant warriors. I am in constant touch with our commanders in the field and victory shall soon be ours. Now I must end this dispatch and join my troops, for an army without a leader is like a day without a cameo!
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