Stan Lee Reveals Details Regarding His Cameo In The Amazing Spider-Man!

Stan Lee Reveals Details Regarding His Cameo In <i>The Amazing Spider-Man</i>!

During a panel moderated by John Romita Jr., at the 2011 Dallas Comic Con Stan "The Man" Lee revealed/confirmed details regarding his Amazing Spider-Man cameo. Check it out!

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By Spiderman2o29 - 5/22/2011
DCC11: Stan Lee Reveals "The Amazing Spider-man" Cameo Details (Spoilers Inside)




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BLITzSTREAK - 5/22/2011, 11:02 PM
Ha Ha That is Awesome!
CapA - 5/22/2011, 11:11 PM
Oh... My... God !
TorturedXGenius - 5/22/2011, 11:14 PM
that'll actually pretty funny to watch lol
Facade - 5/23/2011, 4:25 AM
The novelty is lost. I used to have considerable respect for Stan, but he is too big a ham for my liking. Marvel movies have a way of adding too much comic relief. Some call is cheesy-camp, which I'm not a fan of. Don't get me wrong, Stan's cameos don't ruin any of the movies, the abundunce of cheese does that. Is it too much to ask Marvel to take themselves more seriously? Yah, all this coming from someone that calls himself Fartypants ;)
AC1 - 5/23/2011, 5:41 AM
I was laughing just at him describing it, can't wait to see the actual cameo! Stan, you da man!
Growler - 5/23/2011, 5:42 AM
It just fills my heart with joy that a man of that age still has so much of a sense of fun and a clear lust for life.

Maybe we can all learn a little from his good example...
marvel72 - 5/23/2011, 6:27 AM
i love stan,i personally think he's best cameo so far is in thor.

but this one sounds amazing.
ArthurNumeriano - 5/23/2011, 7:11 AM
I second @brazilianbatman, lawl.
Spidey91 - 5/23/2011, 8:04 AM
LMAO! that sounds really funny xD
thesymbiote - 5/23/2011, 8:07 AM
That sounds like classic Spidey humor alright!

Can't wait for more on the movie
GUNSMITH - 5/23/2011, 8:11 AM
STAN LEE IS THE COMIC BOOK ODIN
spidey1994 - 5/23/2011, 8:16 AM
Awesome! can't wait to see the movie!
DarthTesla - 5/23/2011, 8:18 AM
That's great. Stan's the best ever. I actually really cant wait to see the new Spidey.
OverCross - 5/23/2011, 8:23 AM
No thanks I'll skip the spoiler.

I like to see him by suprise. It's like Christmas.
SuperSomething616 - 5/23/2011, 8:57 AM
Haha Brilliant...also John Romita Jr (the gentlemen on stans right, just incase u didnt know) is ridiculously funny guy too...I met him at a comic con in Leeds, Uk last year and his panels were side splittingly funny...
deadpoox - 5/23/2011, 9:17 AM
THIS IS SO EPIC
deadpoox - 5/23/2011, 9:18 AM
AND JR RIGHT NEXT TO HIM IS LIKE YEAH YOU CAN TELL THEM LIKE HES HIS GUARD OF SECRETS
Treebeard - 5/23/2011, 10:53 AM
i effin love Stan Lee haha he's the nicest, funniest guy out there!
loganoneil - 5/23/2011, 10:54 AM
...and this is news WHY?! Stan talking about his latest cameo is about as 'news'-worthy as Snookie tweeting about her daily tanning regiment - who the !@#$ really cares?! The 'Man' is nothing more than a publicity whore!
Treebeard - 5/23/2011, 11:17 AM
@ loganoneil yikes bro. thumbs down!
LP4 - 5/23/2011, 11:44 AM
@loganoneil- I agree with you 100% bro. Just not gonna elaborate because I got my arse chewed out for a remark i made about Chris Reeve, one guy threatened my life and my family. lol

Seriously.

Anyway, this cameo sounds stupid. Look I love Spidey and I am looking forward to this film. But if Stan HAD to have a cameo, that cameo just sounds cheesy. Him dancing around with earphones while a battle ensues behind him while he's blissfully unaware.

I aint attacking Stan Lee...I'm attacking his cameo, it sounds really lame.
ReillyParker - 5/23/2011, 11:48 AM
Oh man I'm laughing so hard my sides are hurting xD, Stan Lee is like the crazy awesome grandpa that every kid wants to have. Keep them cameos coming Stan.
thewolfx - 5/23/2011, 12:31 PM
love stan hate the new costume
Codeseven - 5/23/2011, 12:56 PM
i'll watch it online... just like xmen.
JackDexx - 5/23/2011, 1:27 PM
if stan isn't already in the Smithsonian's entertainment wing for like the coolest writer ever he needs to be. his impact on culture is beyond words.
getupkid - 5/23/2011, 1:27 PM
With all his success, Stan remains so humble and so able to laugh at himself. And while I agree with @ReillyParker in the fact that he's that loveable old grandpa, he's also been able to connect on so many levels with a fanbase that, for the most part, is so much younger than he!
CantThinkOfUsername - 5/23/2011, 3:58 PM
Stan is the man!!!
neonrehan - 5/23/2011, 4:46 PM
loganoneil says "The 'Man' is nothing more than a publicity whore!"

LP4 says "@loganoneil: I agree with you 100% bro"

then further continues "I aint attacking Stan Lee...I'm attacking his cameo, it sounds really lame."

neonrehan says "interesting logic LP4"

Both of you should watch Kevin Smith's interview DVD of Stan Lee from a couple years ago. Stan Lee is really a very honest and respectful individual. Not because of how he pokes fun of himself, but because of how he goes great lengths to credit the creative elements he's been around. Don't be so arrogant as to insult him and then say you love Spider-Man in the same sentence. Spider-Man's stories originated from Stan Lee obviously so thats a given why you shouldn't insult him. The next point is little tid bits like how his persona in the real world is comical..get it...comical...meaning satirical...meaning they allow you to remove yourself from the drudgeries of common life... which is BORING...

As for the comments on how Marvel is too involved in comic relief in their movies, I'm really disappointed in how ties are made too Stan's cameos? Then get angry at the idea of "easter eggs" because its lame that they're in EVERY MOVIE. It's homage to the fans of Stan Lee and part of tradition. Kind of like how Stan Lee started many of his own traditions as Chief Editor of Marvel. Remember the bull pen and editor's corner? Did you think it was stupid that the creators had a box to joke around in with their readers? I doubt it, and now til this day its common place in MANY comic productions.

Then secondly, in my other point, if you're criticizing Marvel (the production responsible for the very same comic literature being brought to cinema) and then Stan Lee (a forerunner in bringing adult stories to comic book super heroes from the 60s onward) then you're criticizing the hand that feeds you.

Stop double dipping. Stop it. Just stop it. Stop it. stop it... enough. go eat some ice-cream.
loganoneil - 5/23/2011, 8:50 PM
Neonreban - Don't drink the Kool-aid, my friend! I HAVE seen the Kevin Smith interview, but remember one thing - Smith was never around when Stan was ACTUALLY running things! He's just another fanboy spreading the same tired PR story Lee's been kicking out for decades! If they're still around, talk to some of the old-timers at the cons (off the record, of course) about how benevolent 'The Man' REALLY was about 'spreading the credit around' (and just how 'involved' he REALLY was in the creative process)! Why do you think Marvel lost SOOOO much of its talent during the later years of Stan's reign? He's an arrogant @ss who's in love with his own public image, NOTHING MORE! Excelsior this, you old fart!!!!
Jefferys - 5/23/2011, 11:50 PM
Can us fanboys stop bickering about Stan Lee and just agree to disagree?
CoolioVids - 5/24/2011, 3:48 PM
SO AWESOME
jjmeylar - 5/24/2011, 5:56 PM
Apparently: one of my best friends asked him that question. That rocks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPQRqTDe7-M

This shows him asking it.
LP4 - 5/25/2011, 3:01 PM
@Neonreban- I WASN'T attacking Stan Lee. I said his cameo sounds LAME. It sounds really stupid. Any kid could come up with that but again it aint Stan's fault, it's the directors that come up with these cameo ideas.

In any case, I love Spidey. He's like my favorite Marvel character (if any)

And yeah, I do agree with loganoneil...in that Stan Lee gets loads of cameos and people kiss his feet too much. but whatever, I don't care. Just figured since you decided to debate me, I might as well explain my point further is all.

Now YOU go and eat ice-cream. People should be allowed to say what they wanna say. Just because we don't kiss ass like you, doesn't make us less human. So no need for your lecture. And there's certainly no need for you to tell us what we can/can't say. Just because I'm a fan of Spider-Man, doesn't mean i have to kiss Stan Lee's arse like you clearly do. And saying I gotta worship the guy cuz of Spider-Man is stupid. I also am a huge Superman-fan. But do i kiss the asses of Siegel and Shuster? No. Same goes for Stan. So if you don't mind- STFU and GTFO you DIP.
neonrehan - 5/28/2011, 1:33 PM
@LP4

I was making a point that you were agreeing that "100%" that Stan Lee is a "publicity whore" and then in the next sentence said you were not attacking him.

ohh boy...sigh.
neonrehan - 5/28/2011, 1:40 PM
oh and I'm sorry if you thought it was a lecture but I was actually respectful to you in your opinion but obviously you didn't want to keep the same decorum...

Notice the difference in how loganneil responded and you responded.

I have to admit that when you said STFU and GTFO you DIP, I didn't know what DIP meant so I immediately thought it was the hook to a dance song:

Shut the [frick] up,
Get the [frick] out,
and dip,
and dip,
1, 2 , 3
and dip

ThePuzzler - 5/28/2011, 7:55 PM
Stan Lee is GOD
ComicKnowledge - 5/30/2011, 11:27 AM
@loganoneil,LP4,neonrehan Everyone has a right to their opinions so if logan and LP4 think he's a ham or the cameo/comedy of it isn't to their liking so be it. NOT EVERYONE is going to like everything about the CBM's content. With that being said I personally look foward to his cameo's and like to see the action and reality of it all a little broken up by comedy.

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