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I love Spidey humor (Daredevil #600)

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  • Zman5225
    36 points Nov 12,2018, 11:10pm

    It’s one of the things I guess I’ve always enjoyed about the character. It’s like dad jokes in comic books!

  • WannabeAHobo
    3 points Nov 13,2018, 2:31pm

    I really dislike the modern characterisation of Spider-Man as a goofball loser. He's supposed to be confident and outgoing and witty because he's all the things that Peter Parker wishes he could be when in his own clothes but only feels able to be when in disguise. Being a dumbo whose jokes fall flat isn't anyone's wish-fulfillment.

  • ComfortPenguin
    4 points Nov 12,2018, 11:07pm

    Yup, I laughed REALLY loud.

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  • Zman5225
    36 points Nov 12,2018, 11:10pm

    It’s one of the things I guess I’ve always enjoyed about the character. It’s like dad jokes in comic books!

  • WannabeAHobo
    3 points Nov 13,2018, 2:31pm

    I really dislike the modern characterisation of Spider-Man as a goofball loser. He's supposed to be confident and outgoing and witty because he's all the things that Peter Parker wishes he could be when in his own clothes but only feels able to be when in disguise. Being a dumbo whose jokes fall flat isn't anyone's wish-fulfillment.

  • ComfortPenguin
    4 points Nov 12,2018, 11:07pm

    Yup, I laughed REALLY loud.

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Stan Lee sketch on a Post-It note

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RIP, Legend || art by Mara Mercado

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Emma Kubert's project WILLOWBROOK is 100% funded!!! Here's the cover for the book!

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Seeing these on my bookshelf feels extra poignant today. Flashback to 1997 - RIP - Excelsior!

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Stan Lee believed in being good to your fellow man above all else. Rest in Peace Stan

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  • Sks44
    50 points Nov 12,2018, 2:28pm

    This is a moment where everyone will feel sad for the loss. But I think to a great idea by George Patton where he says we can mourn the person and feel bad for ourselves or we can thank God that the person lived and added so much to our lives.

    Mr.Lee lived 95 years and saw his creations come to dominate pop culture. He added so much to the lives of many. I salute him and am thankful for him.

  • tapped21
    27 points Nov 12,2018, 2:37pm

    He has finally joined Jack Kirby in the cosmos. RIP

    Both Steve Ditko and Stan Lee in the same year. Rough year for comicbooks.

  • SeamooseTheMoose
    15 points Nov 12,2018, 4:10pm

    “Your humans slaughter each other because of the color of your skin, or your faith or your politics -- or for no reason at all -- too many of you hate as easily as you draw breath. - Magneto” -Stan Lee

    Stan Lee was a good man, and he had a good life. The entire comic community will miss him.

    R.I.P Stan Lee.

  • EmperorElagabalus
    18 points Nov 12,2018, 3:22pm

    Literally just saw a post on Twitter calling him a white supremacist. I wonder if people just throw these terms around randomly and never actually pay attention to what a person says or the values they hold.

  • RyuTheGreat
    7 points Nov 12,2018, 2:42pm

    This is my first time seeing this and damn, do I really love it. It's not the first time I've heard something like this said, but just the way it seems to cover all the bases of addressing the issues and then offering up what needs to be done to oppose it. It's always awesome to read stuff like this.

  • tex-picante
    20 points Nov 12,2018, 3:17pm

    Honestly, this just made me all the more sad that Lee lived long enough to witness a sort of re-emergence of fascism and neo-Nazism in our current socio-political atmosphere.

    Stan Lee, born Lieber, lived through and contributed to the efforts in WW2 only to read headlines like "11 Killed in Synagogue Massacre" nearly 80 years later. I don't know how aware he was during his last few years, but I can imagine how heartbroken someone who preached love and equality and tolerance as much as he did must have been.

    RIP Stan.

  • stealthPR
    9 points Nov 12,2018, 5:55pm

    This is why the whole Casualgate movement is funny to me. They whine and moan about SJWs and minorities not belonging in comics among a wide variety of toxic rhetoric but if they had been reading for as long as they've implied they'd know that for decades comics have been about combating issues like racism, sexism, and bigotry of all forms. Stan put that very well decades ago.

  • holymoloid
    4 points Nov 12,2018, 3:29pm

    I think it’s truly sobering how this advice still holds up word for word all these years later. I like to think that maybe the resurgence of interest in superheroes will lead to kinder and more tolerant generations to come. I think Stan would have wanted that.

  • scrambledhelix
    3 points Nov 12,2018, 6:12pm

    Of all the Reddit tributes, posting his words and values honor him best. Thank you, OP.

    RIP Stan.

  • notnormal3
    5 points Nov 12,2018, 4:37pm

    Stan Lee was ahead of his time with his liberal progressive inclusionary ideas. Just say NO to the alt right!

  • HerewardTheWoke
    0 points Nov 12,2018, 3:55pm

    Not gonna lie, I teared up reading this. It breaks my heart that there's an ongoing movement in comics that goes against everything Stan Lee believed in.

  • valdrinemini
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 3:58pm

    I kind of wonder... did Stan get any threats in the mail or racist parents saying "bla bla bla im not letting my kid read your brainwashing tripe ! bla bla bla" ?

  • hahabones
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 4:49pm

    damn

  • OldHob
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 6:07pm

    Anyone know of a published collection or online archive of Stan’s Soapbox?

  • trycat
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 7:19pm

    Every kid who ever read a Marvel comic grew up to be a slightly better person because of it. It’s funny because Stan seemed to stumble into comics, he wanted to be a novelist. But characters like Peter Parker are some of the most complex and interesting in American literature.

    Whatever I end up doing I’ll never have the sort of beneficial impact on the species as that guy did. Who could? He stands alone. Whatever good I have in me can be attributed in large part to that man. That’s the truth.

  • Kaela_Mensha_Khaine
    -1 points Nov 12,2018, 2:57pm

    Wait Stan Lee is fucking DEAD ? WTF ?

COMMENTS

  • Sks44
    50 points Nov 12,2018, 2:28pm

    This is a moment where everyone will feel sad for the loss. But I think to a great idea by George Patton where he says we can mourn the person and feel bad for ourselves or we can thank God that the person lived and added so much to our lives.

    Mr.Lee lived 95 years and saw his creations come to dominate pop culture. He added so much to the lives of many. I salute him and am thankful for him.

  • tapped21
    27 points Nov 12,2018, 2:37pm

    He has finally joined Jack Kirby in the cosmos. RIP

    Both Steve Ditko and Stan Lee in the same year. Rough year for comicbooks.

  • SeamooseTheMoose
    15 points Nov 12,2018, 4:10pm

    “Your humans slaughter each other because of the color of your skin, or your faith or your politics -- or for no reason at all -- too many of you hate as easily as you draw breath. - Magneto” -Stan Lee

    Stan Lee was a good man, and he had a good life. The entire comic community will miss him.

    R.I.P Stan Lee.

  • Nequ55
    13 points Nov 12,2018, 2:08pm

    I came here for this post.

    R.I.P Mr Lee. Gone but will never be forgotten!

  • EmperorElagabalus
    18 points Nov 12,2018, 3:22pm

    Literally just saw a post on Twitter calling him a white supremacist. I wonder if people just throw these terms around randomly and never actually pay attention to what a person says or the values they hold.

  • RyuTheGreat
    7 points Nov 12,2018, 2:42pm

    This is my first time seeing this and damn, do I really love it. It's not the first time I've heard something like this said, but just the way it seems to cover all the bases of addressing the issues and then offering up what needs to be done to oppose it. It's always awesome to read stuff like this.

  • tex-picante
    20 points Nov 12,2018, 3:17pm

    Honestly, this just made me all the more sad that Lee lived long enough to witness a sort of re-emergence of fascism and neo-Nazism in our current socio-political atmosphere.

    Stan Lee, born Lieber, lived through and contributed to the efforts in WW2 only to read headlines like "11 Killed in Synagogue Massacre" nearly 80 years later. I don't know how aware he was during his last few years, but I can imagine how heartbroken someone who preached love and equality and tolerance as much as he did must have been.

    RIP Stan.

  • stealthPR
    9 points Nov 12,2018, 5:55pm

    This is why the whole Casualgate movement is funny to me. They whine and moan about SJWs and minorities not belonging in comics among a wide variety of toxic rhetoric but if they had been reading for as long as they've implied they'd know that for decades comics have been about combating issues like racism, sexism, and bigotry of all forms. Stan put that very well decades ago.

  • holymoloid
    4 points Nov 12,2018, 3:29pm

    I think it’s truly sobering how this advice still holds up word for word all these years later. I like to think that maybe the resurgence of interest in superheroes will lead to kinder and more tolerant generations to come. I think Stan would have wanted that.

  • scrambledhelix
    3 points Nov 12,2018, 6:12pm

    Of all the Reddit tributes, posting his words and values honor him best. Thank you, OP.

    RIP Stan.

  • notnormal3
    5 points Nov 12,2018, 4:37pm

    Stan Lee was ahead of his time with his liberal progressive inclusionary ideas. Just say NO to the alt right!

  • HerewardTheWoke
    0 points Nov 12,2018, 3:55pm

    Not gonna lie, I teared up reading this. It breaks my heart that there's an ongoing movement in comics that goes against everything Stan Lee believed in.

  • valdrinemini
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 3:58pm

    I kind of wonder... did Stan get any threats in the mail or racist parents saying "bla bla bla im not letting my kid read your brainwashing tripe ! bla bla bla" ?

  • hahabones
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 4:49pm

    damn

  • OldHob
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 6:07pm

    Anyone know of a published collection or online archive of Stan’s Soapbox?

  • trycat
    1 points Nov 12,2018, 7:19pm

    Every kid who ever read a Marvel comic grew up to be a slightly better person because of it. It’s funny because Stan seemed to stumble into comics, he wanted to be a novelist. But characters like Peter Parker are some of the most complex and interesting in American literature.

    Whatever I end up doing I’ll never have the sort of beneficial impact on the species as that guy did. Who could? He stands alone. Whatever good I have in me can be attributed in large part to that man. That’s the truth.

  • Kaela_Mensha_Khaine
    -1 points Nov 12,2018, 2:57pm

    Wait Stan Lee is fucking DEAD ? WTF ?

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(OC) There was mention of the little Doctor Doom in my Dr. Strange piece I posted yesterday, so here's a bigger one. I love this villain.

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Found this among my collection from when I was young, anyone know how to tell if this was actually signed by Dave Manak?

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  • Agent564
    2 points Nov 10,2018, 9:01am

    Comic book db usually has the artist signature on the page but this is a tough one. The k looks like the one on the original cover though. I'm no signature expert though.

  • BabyLegsDeadpool
    1 points Nov 10,2018, 2:13pm

    I usually do a Google image search and compare. Did that for this, but no Manak signatures seemed to show up. My second option is to check eBay, but nothing there either. The last option would be to simply message him on Twitter.

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  • Agent564
    2 points Nov 10,2018, 9:01am

    Comic book db usually has the artist signature on the page but this is a tough one. The k looks like the one on the original cover though. I'm no signature expert though.

  • BabyLegsDeadpool
    1 points Nov 10,2018, 2:13pm

    I usually do a Google image search and compare. Did that for this, but no Manak signatures seemed to show up. My second option is to check eBay, but nothing there either. The last option would be to simply message him on Twitter.

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Dream is captured, during the Great War, which ended one hundred years ago tomorrow, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 (Sandman #1) link fixrd

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Thought y'all would appreciate my wallpapers

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  • Sockemslol2
    8 points Nov 10,2018, 3:43am

    Why does Carnage have a tongue

  • KitsyBlue
    5 points Nov 10,2018, 11:14am

    Now KISS

  • Zardoz666
    6 points Nov 10,2018, 7:55am

    Probably appreciate them more if you linked them so people could download them.

  • Marcoro0180
    1 points Nov 10,2018, 6:04pm

    Can you plzz link them?

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  • Sockemslol2
    8 points Nov 10,2018, 3:43am

    Why does Carnage have a tongue

  • KitsyBlue
    5 points Nov 10,2018, 11:14am

    Now KISS

  • Zardoz666
    6 points Nov 10,2018, 7:55am

    Probably appreciate them more if you linked them so people could download them.

  • Archangel-Rising
    2 points Nov 10,2018, 7:56am

    More importantly.... is that a packet of ranch?

  • Marcoro0180
    1 points Nov 10,2018, 6:04pm

    Can you plzz link them?