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(Yahoo)   Stan Lee gets his own action figure, which apparently is really good at making cameos in videos about other action figures   ( divider line
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1326 clicks; posted to Fandom » and Entertainment » on 21 Jun 2007 at 12:33 AM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2007-06-20 11:15:03 PM  
Cool! I've always wanted an 84 year old In-action figure to go with my 65 year old Indiana Jones figure.
2007-06-20 11:40:58 PM  
He farked jack kirbys wife.
2007-06-20 11:58:21 PM  
lordargent: He farked jack kirbys wife.

He put his ditko her?
2007-06-21 12:51:55 AM  
RocketRod: He put his ditko her?

Yeah, he really Romita, she said
2007-06-21 1:00:29 AM  
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Amazingly realistic.
2007-06-21 7:22:03 AM  
I wonder how long it'll take Seth Green & co. to put "Stan Lee" on Robot Chicken after this.
2007-06-21 8:39:39 AM  
I was *totally* thinking they needed to start doing Stan Lee cameos randomly on Robot Chicken. Right on.
2007-06-21 9:13:02 AM  
Stan Lee's cameo in F4: RotSS was easily his best cameo yet.
2007-06-21 11:59:22 AM  
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He's not the Hulk! I'm the Hulk!

2007-06-21 12:12:12 PM  
I like how the article doesn't point out that its just a Stan Lee head on Spider-Mans body with badly made velcro clothing.
2007-06-21 9:43:28 PM  
Stan Lee's only real lasting achievement was the creation of the fantasy character Stan Lee.

Jack and Steve forever. Stan Lee just seems to be lasting forever.
2007-06-22 3:25:30 AM  
Ooh, nice burn there submitter! A++++
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