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  1. Lee at Tokyo Comic-Con in 2016. The following is a list of cameo appearances by Stan Lee (1922–2018) in Marvel Comics films, television shows and video games. A prolific comic book writer, editor, publisher, and producer, Lee has also had numerous cameos in non-Marvel films and other media.

  2. Mar 20, 2018 · Lee plays a member of the jury during a dream sequence where Banner imagines hulking out mid-trial. Once Marvel became a go-to source for films in 2000, the steady stream of cameos for Stan Lee began.

  3. May 28, 2017 · Stan Lee has a LONG history of cameos dating back 30-40 years. Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends - 7 Little Superheroes [ S1 Ep6 ] (October 1981) While not technically a cameo, Stan Lee narrated the sixth episode of the animated series Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends in 1981.

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    • Stan Lee's first live-action cameo was as a jury member in the TV movie "The Trial of the Incredible Hulk" (1989).
    • His first cinematic Marvel cameo was as a hot dog vendor in "X-Men" (2000).
    • He showed up as a surprised bystander who saved a little girl from debris in "Spider-Man" (2002).
    • A young Matt Murdock saves a distracted Lee from walking into traffic in "Daredevil" (2003).
  4. Jan 23, 2019 · A college of Stan Lee’s greatest cameos. Stan Lee, a comic book writer, editor, and publisher, passed away on November 12th, 2018. At the age of 95, Lee left behind a legacy of the creation of numerous comic book characters. Lee was best known as the primary writer of Marvel Comics for two decades. Lee was the father of Marvel, having come up ...

  5. Nov 12, 2018 · Stan Lee, one of the key figures at Marvel for decades has passed at the age of 95 and with his passing, we’ve compiled every appearance the creator has made across The Defenders series on Netflix. Here’s all of Stan Lee’s cameos in Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and Luke Cage.

  6. Jul 09, 2021 · Confirmation of Marvel’s new policy on using Stan Lee’s likeness for cameos posthumously in new projects has come from a unlikely source — Al Jean, The Simpsons long tenured showrunner.

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