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(Memo to the Prime Minister’s office: make it happen, eh? ) Along with artist and Marvel luminary Jack Kirby, Lee’s superhero journey began when he co-created the Fantastic Four in 1961, a response to rival DC Comics’ popular Justice League series.The quartet of heroes were different from anything comic books had seen before: they were flawed, they were frightened, they fought amongst themselves.Stan Lee seems as invincible as the Marvel superheroes he’s been instrumental in creating.But at 93 years old, an age when most folks have been retired for decades (if they’re lucky enough to still be kicking around at all), the man who helped give birth to Spider-Man, the X-Men and the Avengers is letting himself slow down a bit.
“That would be one of the highlights of my trip,” Lee said.
“I’m really trying to take it easier,” a chipper Lee told Postmedia Network in an interview this week.
“I want to go to Toronto, and then after that I have one in New York.
Next up is November’s Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme, followed next year by new standalone instalments in the Guardians of the Galaxy and Thor franchises.
And I do think those will be the last, except for some that are closer to home.” But just as thousands of Canadian fans will be seeking autographs and photos with Lee during his appearance at Fan Expo Canada, Lee is hoping for a particular signature to add to his own collection: that of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Trudeau will appear on a variant cover of Civil War II: Choosing Sides #5, in stores next week, which shows the grinning, tank top-clad PM sitting in the corner of a boxing ring, surrounded by members of the Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight.