Celebrities, Comic Book Personalities, And More React To The Passing Of Stan "The Man" Lee

Celebrities, Comic Book Personalities, And More React To The Passing Of Stan "The Man" Lee

Celebrities, Comic Book Personalities, And More React To The Passing Of Stan "The Man" Lee

Earlier today, we learned that legendary comic book creator Stan "The Man" Lee has passed away, aged 95. Now, tributes have poured in from names like Chris Evans, Mark Hamill, Kevin Feige, and many more...

It's no exaggeration to say that Stan Lee changed the lives of every single person on this website. Without him, ComicBookMovie.com probably wouldn't exist and we would all be very different people for having not grown up following the adventures of characters like Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, Hulk, the X-Men, and countless others. 

I first met Stan back in 2012 when I got to shake the hand of "The Man" and thank him for everything he'd done. It was a moment I'll never forget and while it's fair to say that we're all mourning the loss of this living legend, you may take solace at the huge outpouring of love and support there's been for the comic book creator today. 

Comic book companies, writers, artists, actors, directors, and studio bosses alike have come together to share their memories of Stan Lee and it's clear just how fondly he will be remembered. 

As you might expect, there are an awful lot of Tweets and Instagram posts, so we've spread them out for you to check out below (the full list can be seen by clicking the "View List" button but feel free to head straight to the comments section to share your tributes and find the original news story here). 

The world won't be the same without Stan Lee but it's great to see just how loved he was. RIP.


R.I.P. Stan Lee. We have lost a Titan of Creativity and Industry. These are my last photos with Stan, taken in August at his home by Jon Bollerjack. I was summoned by “The Man”, he wanted a friendly face, a change of pace. I was up the next day. He was peaceful and comfortable and in great spirits. He sat in his favorite chair overlooking his pool and the beautiful canyons. I thanked him for being a visionary, not just creatively, but being a visionary in bringing Marvel to Hollywood, knowing how well they would be served by tv and film. Kids of the 1970’s, kids my age grew up with The Hulk tv show, live action Spider Man TV movies, Dr. Strange film on CBS. It was an exciting time and it was a result of Stan’s decision to travel west and present the Marvel characters to Hollywood. He started the Marvel Age Of Comics as well as the Marvel Age Of Film that we enjoy today. I have many stories from my history and travels with Stan. We never had a better Ambassador. And we won’t ever see another like him. All I know is the Good Lord has pulled up a chair and Stan is currently bending all the ears in the heaven’s with his amazing tales and lore. They are hanging on his every word and sentence. #stanlee #marvel #hulk #fantasticfour #xmen #spiderman #thor #excelsior

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Thank you great legend. You will be missed. I wouldn’t be here without you. ❤️🙏🏻❤️

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#RIP #StanLee. The legendary comic creator has passed away aged 95 and the world will simply not be the same without him - 🔗 in bio | https://tinyurl.com/yb8jqp2x #Marvel #MarvelComics #SpiderMan #Avengers #XMen #FantasticFour #Excelsior #RIPStanLee

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