The final Marvel cameo of comic book writer and Marvel co-founder Stan Lee will take place in Avengers Endgame. Co-director Joe Russo confirmed the news recently. So get ready to see the final Marvel cameo in the movie which will release on 26 April this year.
Stan Lee’s real name is Stanley Martin Lieber and he was born in 1922. The comic book writer first entered the comic world as an assistant when he was seventeen years old. Over the time, he became the Marvel Comics’ enduring face. His friendly reader interactions help him grow as a spokesman and writer.
Lee worked with artistic talents such as Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby and they have together created over hundred characters as per the sources.
Some of these notable heroes include Black Panther, Spider-Man, the X-Men, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk and Black Widow.
Stan Lee’s cameo appearances are a beloved feature in Marvel films due to Lee’s enduring legacy. Till date, Stan Lee has made around fifty-nine and more Marvel cameos in films ranging from Spider-Man to Captain Marvel.
Sadly, the comic writer passed away last year at the age of ninety-five and this could be his last cameo.
The fans are always praying that this film shouldn’t be the last one to have a cameo. But this time, it might be the one. Joe Russo confirmed that a cameo is featured in the upcoming movie.
He also gave hints that this might be the last one. Spider-Man Far From Home could be the first Spider-Man movie not to feature the famed co-creator of the fictional hero.
Source: Inquisitr, Games Radar