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Out of the Blue

Happy birthday to Stan Lee, who turned 90 the other day (thanks Ant via Slashdot). I've been carrying on as a true believer and member of the Merry Marvel Marching Society since as long as I can remember, so here's hats off to Stan the man. Excelsior!

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4. Re: Out of the Blue Dec 30, 2012, 15:17 Cutter
 
Bats, I love you man but you really need to lay off the drugs. You know, and I know, and everyone knows that Pack is going to CRUSH the Vikings today. CRUSH them!!!

And while I'm grateful to Stan Lee for all the things that Marvel has brought us I wish the guy would check his fucking ego and stop showing up in every cartoon and film there is. Granted at 90 that's unlikely to happen much more. And goddamit would kill Marvel to make a new Punisher film with Thomas Jane and I want see to see a feature length film or cartoon with Namor. And the Vision better be in the next Avengers because he was always my favorite!

 
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"Nobody wants to be nobody in America. Ed is the apotheosis of a prevailing American syndrome. It used to be that someone became famous because they were special. Now people are considered special just for being famous. Fame, itself, is its own virtue.
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