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Stan Lee: we remember the cartoonist in the world of manga

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Published on Nov 13, 2018

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The news of the death of Stan Lee has shocked the whole world, and torn the hearts of many fans and not. The legend has enriched our lives carry within the fantasy and imagination with stories and superheroes that forever will remain and that to always remember him. Stan Lee was the pioneer of the american comic book with the theme of heroism capeggiante, but, in his huge career in the editorial and artistic work, the author has embraced for a short period of time, even the world of manga.

Exact, the author, together with Pow Entertainment, has collaborated to the realization of “Karakuri Dôji Ultimo” (“the LAST”, according to the Italian edition by Planet Manga), the manga of Hiroyuki Takei (famous author for having created Shaman King. The work Shonen began in 2008 (currently paused) through the monthly magazine of Shueisha, Jump SQ.

Stan Lee not only has collaborated to the realization of the LAST, but, as usual, in his work on film has appeared in full in the same comic interpreting, this time, the part of the antagonist. This component has instilled a effect western to the manga and the master Takei has been able to also take a break from asia to the already late Lee dedicating even his catchphrase most iconic, “Excelsior!!!”.

Lee played the role of Roger Dunstan or Dr. Dunstan and the role is to try to deduce if the most powerful force in the universe is the absolute good or the absolute evil, ignoring any implication moral.

Here, therefore, is an excerpt of the manga in the LAST with Dr. Dunstan who, remember, is based on Stan Lee:

Easily one of my favorite bits of Stan Lee's shenanigans was him partnering up with the artist of Shaman King, to produce a manga for Shonen Jump...

...and then appearing in said manga as its main antagonist.

ABSOLUTE LEGEND.

("Karakuri Dôji Ultimo") pic.twitter.com/B4mdLDRb5b

— Amuro | FIGHTERZ TIME (@ZFighterAmuro) November 12, 2018

Stan Lee wanted to create a manga that readers of japanese and western will love to read and since I had not yet created a story about two robots supreme with the same force, the author has thought proper to the medium of comics east. With this we can really say that Stan Lee has touched every aspect of entertainment, and therefore will be forever remembered in the memories and hearts of readers all over the world.

A synopsis of the manga and LAST, provided by Planet Manga, below:

Stan Lee, the legendary co-creator of icons of Marvel as Spider-Man, X-Men, the Hulk and Iron Man, enters the world of manga! In collaboration with Hiroyuki Takei, author of Shaman King, has given life to an epic adventure that answers a question fascinating: ignoring any implication of a moral, what is the most powerful force in the universe, the absolute good or absolute evil? To find the answer, a mysterious individual, Dunstan, has embodied the essence of good and evil in two karakuri doji, dolls mechanical with the features of the two guys devoid of human emotions. Once activated, they will pass through time and space until it comes to their time to fight a final duel! To find himself involved in the midst of this battle will be a boy unaware of everything... The best of Japan and the United States merges with the most exciting event of the year!

Inside of the manga, you will find a special episode all colorful and cutting purposes Marvel that linked in a crossover with the characters of The Attack of the Giants and the superheroes of Marvel. The comic takes the title of “Attack on Avengers” and Stan Lee has collaborated in the production of the same. If nothing else, the superheroes would have had a life much easier in dealing with the grip of the Giants created by japanese author Hajime Isayama.

Here is a series of tables related one-shot:

R. I. P Stan Lee

Back in 2014, the one-shot manga crossover between characters from Attack on Titan and Marvel Comics properties was created, called "Attack on Avengers" pic.twitter.com/I1bwdThXQl

— Attack on Titan Wiki (@AoTWiki) November 13, 2018

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