Colorful Marvel Comics patriarch Stan Lee was mourned again on the anniversary of his death Tuesday.
Lee, who died November 12, 2018 at the age of 95, was the subject of plenty of tributes on social media to mark the occasion of his passing.
There was both sadness and celebration.
“Stan Lee died a year ago today and it still doesn’t feel real,” one person tweeted.
Remembering Stan Lee on the 1-year anniversary of his passing… pic.twitter.com/HDYGYQnxIS
— ComicBook NOW! (@ComicBookNOW) November 12, 2019
Stan Lee died one year ago. Pop culture would not be what it is today without him, and he’s missed. #Excelsior
— Travis Clark (@TravClark2) November 12, 2019
It's been one year since Stan Lee's death, but his influence on the original six Avengers will stick with them forever. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/Zn0JMycJzf
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) November 12, 2019
Remembering Stan “The Man” Lee: his legacy will live on in the Marvel Universe and the hearts of Marvel fans everywhere. pic.twitter.com/sGwaGTX8un
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) November 12, 2019
There was also the announcement of a posthumous project.
Stan Lee’s Kids Universe, from Lee’s POW! Entertainment and 1821 Media, released the first posthumous children’s book, “Allies of the Amazon,” via Amazon.com in Brazil.
Done in cooperation with FTD Publishing, the book features four animals with superpowers who must defeat an evil creature capable of destroying the balance of the Amazon rainforest.
Lee was legendary as the co-creator of Marvel superheroes including Spider-Man, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers, X-Men and The Fantastic Four.
Stan Lee’s Kids Universe was founded in 2013 to encourage children to read more.