You say cameos, I hear Stan Lee.
The co-creator of Spider-man, Ironman, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men, Stanley Martin Lieber a.k.a Stan Lee has died at the age of 95. As the editor-in-chief of Marvel comics and later its chairman and publisher he led to the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division publishing house to a large multimedia corporation. He pioneered the more complex approach to writing superhero comics in the 1960’s.
After his retirement from Marvel, he remained a spokesperson for the Marvel and did for cameos in Marvel movies. The death of the “Excelsior” has deeply saddened all the Marvel actors along with the millions of fans from across the globe.
Actor Chris Evans, best known for playing Marvel's Captain America, wrote "there will never be another Stan Lee".
X-Men star Hugh Jackman said, "we've lost a creative genius."
Robert Downey Jr, who played Iron Man, simply wrote: "I owe it all to you, Rest in Peace Stan."
Team Filmy Silmy is deeply saddened by the loss. This is not only the loss of Hollywood but for the whole clan of superhero fans and artist everywhere. It’s hard to believe that the man who made us all believe in the existence of the superheroes in our own-selves is no more.