Marvel Fans Including Mark Ruffalo Honor Stan Lee: It Would Have Been His 99th Birthday

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Fans honored Stan Lee on what would have been his 99th birthday if he were with us. To mark the occasion, colleagues and fans of Marvel showered him with remembrance and love. He helped create many iconic characters during his time at Marvel Comics before passing away in 2018 aged 95.

Stan Lee was a regular at Marvel events and, naturally, fans would miss his presence badly. His official account led the way with a tribute that spoke of his characters that have entertained and captivated fans for generations and would continue to do so in the future.

The tweet further exhorted his fans celebrating his birthday to share their favorite comics, stories, sighting, or cameo.

Mark Ruffalo Tweeted About Stan Lee And His Incredible World

Mark Ruffalo tweeted that he remembered Stan Lee and the incredible world that he created at Marvel Comics. He had played the Incredible Hulk, an original creation of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The character first appeared in 1962 in Marvel Comics.

One fan tweeted that though he never got to meet the legend, his impact on the fans’ life can never be understated. He remembered the ‘pure genius’ on his 99th birthday.

A fan added a fitting tribute with a quote from Chris Evans, the star of Captain America. He had said that there would never be another Stan Lee. He had provided people of all age groups with adventure, confidence, comfort, strength, inspiration, joy, and friendship.

He added that Stan exuded kindness and love and had left an indelible mark on so many lives.

Tony Isabella, the Comic writer, tweeted about the things that made him happy. He mentioned Stan Lee, his dialogue, stories, the conversation they had, and the things he learned from him. He said he believed that he owed more to him than to any other person in life.

Even after his death, Stan Lee continues to inspire. A new horror world created by him will be brought to life, a different side of his side that he had relived in the 1940s and 1950s.

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