Here’s Every Single Stan Lee Marvel Cameo

Stan Lee was a God to fans of comic books and superhero movies around the world, and many viewed Lee’s short-but-sweet cameos as the best parts of Marvel films. As a tribute to the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics, who died at age 95 on Monday, we’ve compiled a list of all his cameos in the Marvel universe.

“The Trial of the Incredible Hulk” (1989)

Lee made his first cameo nearly 30 years ago in the TV movie, as a jury member in “David” Banner’s (Hulk’s alter-ego) imagined trial.

“X-Men” (2000)

“Spider-Man” (2002)

When the Green Goblin causes an explosion, Lee was the bystander who shields a young girl from debris.

“Daredevil” (2003)

Lee, who co-created the character Daredevil with artists Bill Everett, appeared in the 2003 movie adaptation. Although the film was critically panned, fans rejoiced at the sight of Lee reading a newspaper next to young Matt Murdock (played by Ben Affleck).

“Hulk” (2003)

Both Lee and former Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno appears as security guards in the film, which also marked Lee’s first speaking cameo.

“Spider-Man 2” (2004)

Performing another act of heroism, Lee once again saves a woman from falling debris, this time caused by Spider-Man’s fight with Doctor Octopus.

“Fantastic Four” (2005)

Playing mailman Willie Lumpkin, a character he created in the comics, Lee greets Reed Richards, a.k.a. Mr. Fantastic.


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