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Addio a Stan Lee

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Ci ha lasciato ieri sera il grande Stan Lee: senza di lui la Marvel non sarebbe praticamente esistita. E' lui che inventò I Fantastici 4 e da li in avanti le figure più iconiche dei fumetti super Eroistici. Dobbiamo a lui e al suo genio anche uno dei filoni cinematografici più remunerativi dell'ultimo decennio almeno. 

Aveva 95 anni, apparirà per l'ultima volta in un cameo negli Avengers 4. Per ora ricordiamolo in tutte le altre sue presenze nei film.

 

RIP Stan Lee.

 

 

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Grande apparizione nei simpsons XD sapeva anche prendersi in giro. 

Lo ricordo pure in TBBT :excl2:

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Non lo conoscevo come artista in quanto non seguo i fumetti supereroistici, eppure posso immaginare per gli appassionati cosa abbia rappresentato e quanto abbia saputo fare per l'industria dell'intrattenimento in generale.

95 anni, e in azione fino alla fine. Proprio come un supereroe.

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L'uomo che ha reso umani i supereroi, hanno detto in queste ore, ed è proprio vero. Lee stabilì un nuovo "standard" nella caratterizzazione dei personaggi dei fumetti, prima i supereroi erano quasi tutti individui quasi perfetti, senza macchia (pensate a Superman), Lee li rese umani in ogni senso, problematici, stressati, egoisti, complessati...

 

Decisamente un grande.

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Meglio dell'accoppiata Simpson & Stan Lee c'è solo Martin & Stan Lee.

 

In attesa di un eventuale post sul Not a Blog mi sono ricordato cosa scrisse in Dreamsongs 

 

Cita

 

It was the World’s Greatest Comic Magazine, actually. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were about to remake the world of funny books. The Fantastic Four broke all the rules. Their identities were not secret. One of them was a monster (the Thing, who at once became my favorite), at a time when all heroes were required to be handsome. They were a family, rather than a league or a society or a team. And like real families, they squabbled endlessly with one another. The DC heroes in the Justice League could only be told apart by their costumes and their hair colors (okay, the Atom was short, the Martian Manhunter was green, and Wonder Woman had breasts, but aside from that they were the same), but the Fantastic Four had personalities. Characterization had come to comics, and in 1961 that was a revelation and a revolution.
 

The first words of mine ever to appear in print were “Dear Stan and Jack.”

They appeared in Fantastic Four #20, dated August 1963, in the letter column. My letter of comment was insightful, intelligent, analytical—the main thrust of it was that Shakespeare had better move on over now that Stan Lee had arrived.

 

 

:figo:

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