Stan Lee, Marvel icon, reportedly died Monday at the age of 95.
Lee was an unrivaled legend in the comics world and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. The icon’s comic career started back in 1939 before Marvel existed. He’s responsible for popular characters like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and Black Panther.
INSIDER compiled a list of all of his cameos in live-action Marvel projects (with some especially animated cameos) and a bonus surprise DC cameo.
It’s one of four cameos Lee reportedly filmed in one day. The others were for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” (2017), “Spider-Man: Homecoming” (2017), and “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017).
Source: LA Times
Lee’s cameo looks like it confirms a theory fans have had for a while that all of Stan Lee’s cameos are connected. You can read more about it here.
He warns Spider-Man, “Don’t make me come down there you punk,” after Spidey causes a ruckus with a man trying to break into his own car.
As Marcos enters the dive bar, he runs into Lee leaving the bar.
Thor is not happy to get his hair cut when he sees the contraption Lee is wielding.
He takes the teens to PRIDE’s gala.
“We’re here,” he turns around and says, as they all stare at him slightly confused.
T’Challa/Black Panther’s wins big and leaves his chips on the table in South Korea. Lee pops up pops up to swipe his winnings. His character is appropriately called the “thirsty gambler.”
Lee’s face is used on an ad for a law office.
It says: “Forbush and Associates for me $5.2 million,” and “Call Forbush now! Get What you deserve.”
When a giant spaceship hovers over New York City, Lee tells the excited school kids to calm down.
“What’s a matter with you kids?” he asks. “You’ve never seen a spaceship before?”
Lee is about to get in his car when its hit with a particle disk and shrinks. He doesn’t seem surprised though.
“Well, the ’60s were fun, but now I’m paying for it,” Stan says in the middle of the road.
Luke passes by a poster on episode 12 that features Stan’s face. Similar to his cameo on the second season of “Jessica Jones,” the poster is for a law firm called Forbush and Associates.
On episode nine, Tandy is in a man’s home when she stops and stares at a painting on the wall which features Stan Lee’s face in four different color schemes.
Eddie Brock walks by Lee after leaving his ex-fiancé. Lee gives him some advice, hinting that he is aware of Venom’s existence.
“Don’t give up on her … either of you,” he advises.
During a clip shown at Comic Con, Lee plays the owner of a costume shop Miles Morales visits. Miles tries on a suit that doesn’t fit but Lee says, “It always fits, eventually.”