Stan Lee Does It Big In Dallas This Past Weekend

Stan “The Man” Lee was in Dallas, Texas for Dallas Comic Con (Fan Expo Dallas). The event, which took place June 3rd – June 5th, featured Stan and many other artists, creators and celebrities. While in town, Stan decided he would take in a baseball game and visited Globe Life Park. The Texas Rangers organization, thrilled to have the comic book legend in attendance, made the 93-year old Marvel creator the Guest of Honor and asked him to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

The Texas Rangers Twitter account shared Lee’s toss to home plate.

The famous comic creator spent time at the stadium with some fellow comrades in the comic book world. ‘Dark Knight III: The Master Race’ inker Klaus Janson was one of those individuals.

On a few occasions, Lee was seen with comic greats Frank Miller and Todd McFarlane.

(l.-r.) Frank Miller, Stan Lee, Horse, and Todd McFarlane
(l.-r.) Frank Miller, Stan Lee, Horse, and Todd McFarlane

Stan was even interviewed at the stadium by the Rangers’s official broadcasters during the game.

All in all, it looks like the comic book legend is still living, and loving, life!

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