Marvel Comic Real-Life Hero Stan Lee Passes away at 95


Stan Lee was an comic book write, editor, and publisher who was editor and chief of Marvel comics. Stan co-created Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Daredevil, Thor, the X-Men, and many other fictional characters, introducing us to the fascinating Marvel universe.

He challenged the comics' industry's censorship organization, to updating its policies and led the expansion of Marvel Comics to a large multimedia corporation.

Stan is also remembered as having cameo appearances in many Marvel film and television projects.

Stan Lee, a real-life superhero passed away today, November 12, 2018 at the age of 95.


Be sure to read this beautiful poem written by freedom fighter and Spirit Writer, Leslie Honore.
Lesle Honore is the author of Fist and Fire and the Ode to Doria poem that went viral earlier this year about Meghan Markle's mom — and all single moms.

1975 Young Stan Lee interview

You made us believe 
In our own magic 
In the mutations 
That made us 
You gave us 
A universe 
Of more than 
Red white and blue
You gave us 
black and brown 
women and teens 
gay and straight 
And we were strong 
And we were powerful 
In your universe 
No one was excluded 
You made being a nerd 
You gave us dreams 
It wasn’t entertainment 
It was a mirror for our 
Collective humanity 
We saw Revolution 
We devoured 
Comics and graphic novels
Waited with baited breath 
for your cameo 
In each movie 
We all hoped 
The Cerebro would find us 
We wanted to be taught by 
Professor X
fight with Magneto 
We wanted radioactive 
Spiders to bite us 
We want to get lost in 
Wakanda Forever 
You gave the artist hope 
The story teller inspiration 
You laid the foundation
How do we thank you for that 
How do we thank you
For being a 

  • Leslie Honore


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