Stan Lee and Superheroes and that’s how I saved the world shirt, lady tee, lady v-neck
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Stan Lee and Superheroes and that’s how I saved the world shirt. RIP Stan Lee. A lot of people don’t realize that he used his comic creations to intentionally show the ability of “different kinds of people” working together and what they can accomplish. We just saw the “super heroes”. As someone who loves Stan Lee, comic books, superhero movies, and made his first film a superhero movie I’ve got to admit… I AGREE with Bill Maher. It’s okay to love comic books. It’s okay to be sad that Stan Lee died. But a lot of us know more about Stan Lee and respect him more than we do our local mayor… and that might be the problem.
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For those of you bitten by “outrage” culture, I implore you to actually read what he said. His words had less to do with Stan Lee himself and more to do with what happens to our culture when we can’t let go of the past. Look, are comic books useless? Absolutely not. I’d argue that (for me, personally) they are the equivalent to a more “fun” moral barometer for kids than something like the Bible. Have you got a Stan Lee and Superheroes and that’s how I saved the world shirt? Can comic books be enjoyed by adults and even written beautifully with nuance, depth, and profound storytelling… for adults? Absolutely. However to understand what he’s saying it requires nuance. He even says himself he still reads comic books. It’s about the culture we’ve created when we long for the days of our “safe” childhood experiences when writers like Stan Lee made our crappy kid problems go away. Some of us still turn to comic books as adults to do so.
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However, he’s pointing out a society that cannot differentiate between childhood guilty pleasures and maturation. As he points out, we live in a society where it’s not uncommon for someone to aspire to be a “comic book professor” and at the same time hashtag learning how to pay a mortgage “adulting”. Comic books ARE for kids in the sense that, if you loved them as a kid, you probably love them now. And I still love Stan Lee and Superheroes and that’s how I saved the world shirt. If you’ve never read a comic book, 40 year old Joe six pack, isn’t gonna pick up an issue or 2 of Spider-Man and all the sudden put down his MAGA hat and love thy neighbor because of the comics. 10 year old YOU and ME? Sure. Our brains would soak it up back then. Again, It’s cool to love comic books. It’s okay to be sad that Stan Lee died. But a lot of us know more about Stan Lee and respect him more than we do our local mayor…and that might be the problem.