Over the years, the late, great Stan Lee popped up in many movies and TV shows, both in person and via animation. Since his passing in 2018, both Stan and his cameos have become sorely missed.
But, what was Stan Lee’s final cameo?
Stan Lee’s final screen cameo
As mentioned above, Stan Lee not only appeared on screen for movie and TV cameos, he also provided his voice for animation too. So, when it comes to his final cameo(es), this is where he popped up for the last time.
Stan Lee’s final TV cameo was a role in the cartoon series, Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest. Lee appeared in the episode, T’Chanda, where he played the role of an army general.
During his appearance, Lee got to highlight an important message about hate while standing face-to-face with bad guy, Arnim Zola.
Speaking about the cameo back in 2019, via Marvel.com, Marvel’s Senior Vice President, Animation & Family Entertainment, Cort Lane, said:
“It’s bittersweet, but I’m so glad we were able to capture a message that was very true to how Stan felt about the world and that inspired him to write a lot of the stories that he did.”
The episode aired in the US on Sunday 13th January 2019, on Disney XD.
Stan Lee’s final film cameo was in Avengers: Endgame. In the cameo – which takes place in 1970 – a digitally de-aged Stan Lee is briefly seen driving a car.
In the scene, Lee says: “Hey man, make love, not war!”
Avengers: Endgame received its world premiere in Los Angeles on April 22 2019, thus marking the day of Stan Lee’s final on-screen cameo.
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