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This is a shot by Vincent James Cracchiolo of a little girl cosplaying as Stan Lee and sitting on the real Stan Lee's lap at the recent Motor City Comic-Con. No word if Stan was insulted by the girl's lack of teeth but I'm assuming not because Stan seems like a pretty nice guy. Show More Summary
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A little girl attending the 2013 Motor City Comic Con enthusiastically cosplaying as the legendary Stan Lee is undeniably awesome. But when that same little girl poses for a photo with the real Stan Lee? That, friends, is Super Awesome and pretty much made our day. Show More Summary
If you care at all about comics, chances are you know who Stan Lee is. The man is almost as …
Most adorable cosplay ever! [Source: Vincent James Cracchiolo | Via Neatorama]
A little girl dressed as famed comic book artist Stan Lee at the Motor City Comic Con has captured the hearts of of the people of the internet. Here's a photo of her (right) with the great man himself (left). Link -via Fashionably Geek (Photo: Vincent James Cracchiolo)
photo via Vincent Cracchiolo Westland, Michigan-based web designer and father Vincent Cracchiolo recently covered the Motor City Comic Con (May 17-19) for Bleeding Cool. Vincent brought along his adorable little daughter Isabella to the event who dressed up as the 90 year-old Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee. Isabella (Little Stan Lee) even got her photo [...]
The bestest kid costume yet: tiny, female Stan Lee! Little girl's cosplay of Stan Lee (i.imgur.com)
Vince Cracchiolo covered last weekend’s Motor City Comic Con for Bleeding Cool. Besides finding out both Norman Reedus and Cary Elwes were being incredibly gracious to fans at the event in Farmington Hills, Michigan, we also spotted the best photo ever of Stan Lee. Show More Summary
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Stan Lee knows exactly which superhero he'd be if given the opportunity: Iron Man. (And we don't blame him - have you seen how much money that guy brings in these days?) "I think I'd want to be Tony Stark because he's the best-looking and the richest!" Lee told CNN Thursday at the El Capitan [...]
The Inhumans were one of the last great creations by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Beginning with Medusa, introduced in Fantastic Four #36 in 1965, the full complement showed up nine months later. They were another branch of humanity, although...Show More Summary
"Spot on," as Marvel Comics' Stan Lee might say. "Spot on."
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