Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome back everyone! This is Matthew from Matt-in-the-Hat and back for another fun filled post filled with positive vibes and funny memes. Oh boy, what a week we have gone through. I hope everyone is doing okay and especially those who are dealing with those deadly campfires. I pray that the fires will officially be gone and I pray for the people suffering over there. Autumn can be a deadly season for fire seasons since it’s a day where wind picks up and trees are dropping dead leaves; it’s a perfect catalyst for starting a wildfire. Some of you guys already know this, but here is a refresher, Marvel comics creator Stan Lee died on November 12 this Monday, a day after Veterans Day. This legendary man started Marvel and even teamed up with amazing artists like Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby and made heroes like the Avengers, Spider-Man, Black Panther and X-Men. He’s also well-known for making cameo appearances in Marvel movies. Doesn’t matter what character plays as, he gets to be in a superhero movie; he could be the mailman, bus driver or just a guy living in New York and he has the chance to experience seeing a superhero in action. I pray for his friends and family and I am proud to be a fan of him. Whether than mourning what is gone, we should be thankful and happy that he left a legacy. This man made our heroes and created a world where heroes exist. Stan Lee is the greatest Marvel hero and I hope one day, I can be like those heroes and make a difference. Besides this news, we also got some interesting movie teaser trailers like the first time ever live action Pokemon movie Detective Pikachu. Detective Pikachu will be voiced by Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds and he will be helping a young man find his dad in world where real Pokemon and humans coexist. Another teaser we get is Toy Story 4. There’s not much but seeing some funny videos, but I hear Toy Story 4 is going to be another emotional roller coaster than Toy Story 3.
Let’s start this Friday and prepare for Thanksgiving next week!
As a way to remember Stan Lee and his legacy, here are some tribute videos I found online.
Little known fact, X-Men: Apocalypse had Stan Lee and his wife Joan Lee as cameos.
Excelsior my friends!