So true, he had such a big impact outside of just the comic world. I've friends like that who are familiar with films but not the comics and they were saddened by the news.Juggernaut wrote: ↑14 Nov 2018, 02:17Wasn't able to get on the page yesterday. Stan made such an impact on so many lives. My friends are fans of the mcu but aren't really into comics. I posted RIP on Facebook and couldn't believe the amount of responses I got from that post. I didn't realize how much people even outside of comics loved him and appreciated the things he did and created. We lost a legend. All that's left to say is Excelsior!
Level 05: For discussion on the writers, artists, editors and chiefs that help create the comics you read.
X-Editorial Draft: Prodigy, Vange Whedon, lil' Iceman, Wallflower, Cecelia Reyes, Mimic, U-Go Girl, Doc Samson, Nature Girl
If you haven't seen it yet (and have two hours to spare) I highly recommend watching Kevin Smith's tribute to Stan Lee, it's both funny and sad.
'A shared universe, like any fictional construct, hinges on suspension of disbelief. When continuity is tossed away, it tatters the construct. Undermines it'