Superhero Bits: Special Edition - A Tribute To Marvel Comics Legend Stan Lee

In this special edition of Superhero Bits, take a look back at the life of Stan Lee through interviews, in memoriam reels, archive footage, kind words from collaborators, and love from Marvel's biggest stars. Superheroes wouldn't be what they are today, and Stan Lee will be long-remembered and sorely missed after all he's done for people who latched onto his characters.

This video has every single cameo Stan Lee made as himself, from Mallrats to all the Marvel Studios movies.

Fans have already placed flowers and messages of love on Stan Lee's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Marvel takes a look back at the man who built the comic book company in this tribute to the legacy of Stan Lee.

In his remembrance of the man, Fantastic Four director Josh Trank admitted he might have let him down.

Hugh Jackman appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and took a moment to talk about Stan Lee.

The Avengers director Joss Whedon took to Twitter with some kind words about the Marvel Comics legend.

DC Comics writer Tom King always tried to include a subtle nod to Stan Lee in every single comic he wrote.

Several artists paid tribute to Stan Lee in different ways using the iconic characters he created over the years.

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Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld posted this heartfelt tribute to Stan Lee, a man who he called his friend.

Stan Lee reportedly already shot his cameo for Avengers 4, but Kevin Feige is playing coy on any others.

Late Night with Conan O'Brien brought back this interview with Stan Lee from all the way back in 1995.

Fellow comic collaborator Peter David wrote a touching tribute to Stan Lee that you can read at Vulture.

Mallrats director and comic book writer Kevin Smith honored Stan Lee as "our modern day Mark Twain."

Captain America himself, Chris Evans, had nothing but warm words to say, and so did the real US Army.

The New York Times created this wonderful tribute to Stan Lee featuring the man's own words and memories.

When exactly did Stan Lee first use the signature "Excelsior" catchphrase? Find out about its history over here.

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Alex Ross - Stan Lee Tribute

Comic artist Alex Ross posted this image as a tribute to Stan Lee, and you couldn't ask for a better farewell.

Did you know The Amazing Spider-Man video game allowed you to websling around the city as Stan Lee?

Learn how to draw comics the Marvel Comics way with Stan Lee and John Buscema leading the way.

Don't forget about Stan Lee's outstanding guest star appearance on the 13th season of The Simpsons.

Read the previous edition of Superhero Bits right here.