After his sad and unexpected disappearance last year, comic book fans from all over the world reflected on the legacy of Stan Lee. For the most part, Lee lives in the beloved superheroes he helped create for Marvel, which is no longer evident in the massively popular films that everyone you know will talk about this weekend. With Avengers: Endgame an era of superhero films certainly comes to a very final end, and with it also different film traditions.
One of those Marvel traditions is Stan Lee's hilarious and metaphysical cameo in all the various films. From the guy who cut Thor's hair Ragnarok at the bus driver in endless war and up to his cameo "Larry King" Iron Man 2, Lee showed up in a variety of ways, except for … himself.
However, all this changes with Avengers: Endgame. In what appears to be Stan Lee Marvel's cameo, Stan Lee plays Stan Lee! When Captain America and Iron Man return in 1970, a car hurtles behind the secret base they are infiltrating. The car has a bumper sticker that says "& # 39; Nuff Said", which is how Lee has signed many of his editorial letters in Marvel Comics. And the man at the wheel of this car, who says "Make love, not war!" It's none other than a Stan Lee of the 70's!
Through time travel and nostalgic love, Marvel delivered the most captivating and sincere cameo of Stan Lee to all of them. This is also suitable. As a chapter of the Marvel movies ends, the grandfather of all smiles from beyond the limits of time, with the appearance of an idiot all the time.