Amazing art was on display prominently featuring Stan. The honors kept coming. The army provided a color guard with taps. Celebrity panels and pre-recorded messages from people across the spectrum of entertainment media. Even the mayor of Los Angeles presented POW Entertainment with a specially produced key to the city. The documentary and other videos offered incredible insight into the history of Stan and his many many creative endeavors. I probably watched 45 minutes of Stan Lee cameos. In fact, I am grateful that I had watched Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse before coming to this event. I teared up during Stan’s particularly moving cameo. I doubt it would have had the same impact seen out of context. I met many incredible people. From fans to speakers and even the event staff were all comic (or comic based movie) lovers. This was an experience I will never forget.
This is an amazing crowd. Everyone here was inspired by the worlds and characters created by Stan. Many have even made careers out of his creations. More.
The eBook version of a project I have been helping with is now available for purchase. Stan Lee’s Love Story: as told by daughter JC Lee! This is an incredible insight into the life and love of Stan and Joan Lee. A collection of photographs and memories compiled by their only daughter JC. It is already available on Amazon (iBook coming soon). Amazon just pulls its samples from the beginning of the book, so I decided to include a few pages to give you a better idea of what you can expect. So hard to choose. So many candid photos invites the fans to share this intimate view into their private family live.