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Disclaimer: We were given tickets to enjoy the exhibit.
Stan Lee passing in November 2018 was definitely a shock. Not that he didn’t live a full life, but because of the amount of emotional vivid imagery he provided for generations. We all have our favorite, and now you have a glimpse into the creation of those iconic characters.
The Franklin Institute is hosting a Marvels event to share the initial development of the Marvel Universe. Walk through the halls and see images of first edition masterpieces. From the initial Captain America to the current characters. It will elicit a nostalgic feeling.
The Marvel Universe has been extremely important for me and my family. Being from African descent, it was not common to see images like ourselves in the public domain. The Marvel exhibit reflects on the characters and diversity of this great country. Like Cage, The Falcon and especially my favorite the Black Panther.
You have to make time to relive this experience and capture this moment before it leaves on September 2nd.