Jimmy Kimmel reveals Stan Lee drawing he sketched at 7

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The world lost a creative mind and a brilliant entertainer yesterday, but despite what the Gisborne Herald newspaper wrote, it wasn't Spike Lee who passed away.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan has accused Armie Hammer of courting attention by criticising those who posted selfies as tributes to comic book legend Stan Lee. He is credited or co-credited with creating such famous superheroes as Spider-Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk and Daredevil. So which Marvel superhero of his own creation did Lee identify with most?

And that character's name is Dirt Man, she reveals. After Armie Hammer blasted celebs for flexing while paying tribute to Stan Lee, Jeffrey Dean Morgan clapped back by calling him a real 'a**hat!'

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Jackman then went on to recall the time he attended Comic Con and got completely ignored as he walked across the red carpet because about 300 photographers were too busy photographing Lee. Lee was the face of an industry, but there was something else that the former Editor In Chief was also known for: A talent for making any film feel special when he made a brief but memorable cameo in them. I identify with all of them in a sense. Not Yet. And Dat's Da "I'm Still A Live, And Strivin'" Truth, Ruth.

One day he asked Gillis to borrow his iPad, and recorded a personal message to each Canadian TV executive saying "how important it was that he wanted to do this series before he died", Gillis said.

Lee was the mind behind icons Spider-Man, The Avengers and the X-Men, among many other pop-culture touchstones. As his daughter, J.C. told TMZ, "My father loved all of his fans".

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