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Nissan
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My Hero Has Fallen. Much Respect For A Great Man.
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I was pretty bummed out all yesterday by his passing. The thought occurs though that Stan Lee will never really die. As long as a little kid dresses up like Spider-man or anyone reads a Hulk or Fantastic Four comic, or people go to see an X-Men or Avengers movie, then Stan Lee will live on. His legacy will never really die. May he rest in peace.
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You're Spot On... Just Saw A 6-Year Old Tearing Across The Park On Her Spider-Man Bike (Complete With Spidey Helmet), Also A Punisher Skull On The Local Bin Lorry. Made Me Smile.
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I honestly think I’d prefer it end with A4 given the significance and the weight that movie will carry. It will be the end of an era for Marvel movies and usher in the new one, and
ending an era with the passing of the man who was Marvel’s architect just seems right, as opposed to shoehorning him into future movies for the sake of it.
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Picked Up Amazing Spider-Man #200, First Stan Comic I've Found Since He Passed. Makes The Issue Extra Special. (So Many Of His Comics Still To Buy)
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Good thing he was able to cameo in Avengers: End Game for the last time.
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