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    Thanks for the memories Stan. RIP.

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    X-Men were my favorite Stan Lee product...RIP Mr. Lee


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    ^Now you've ruined it for me...WTF?


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    Damn shame this but he had a long and successful life.

    Marvel Comics and Stan Lee by extension were a big part of my life as a kid.

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    not a huge fan or marvel but strangely enjoyed his cameo's in the movies
    93 is not aa bad innings

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Damn shame this but he had a long and successful life.

    Marvel Comics and Stan Lee by extension were a big part of my life as a kid.
    And mine.

    Marvel is now a big part of my kids life as well - through the movies rather than the comics...

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    Yes ditto that too.

    Though mine were surprised to learn that I was reading Marvel comics from even younger age than theirs now -- they thought it all began with the movies.

    Bloody yoof of today aye!

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    Just watching a pawn stars episode and one of Stan Lee's original Hulk comic magazine No. 1 went for over US$ 300,000.00.

    The original purchase price was 12 cents.

    Now he has passed away his work will further increase in value so those that have his original vintage comics should hang on to them for a few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Marvel Comics and Stan Lee by extension were a big part of my life as a kid.
    Me too! I did not have a huge collection of Marvel Comics but I was holding a near complete collection of my favorite comic Daredevil.

    RIP Stan Lee you were a game changer!

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    I collected for a long time, Marvel and DC, and had quite the stack. Nothing overly valuable but I took great pride in keeping them all mint.

    Most were ruined in a flood about 10-15 years ago though. Hadn't seen or read them in years even prior to that but it was still a little upsetting at the time.

    Wish I had them now I could've given them to my kids.

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    ^Yep. Had the 1st 20 Spiderman comics as issued in the UK sometime in the early 70's. Other Marvel comics as well; the Fantastic Four being a particular favourite as a kid.

    Stan Lee was a visionary. RIP

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