Into the Spider-Verse Yields Yet Another Hidden Stan Lee Cameo

Nearly two months since Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's wide release, fans continue to find hidden cameos of the late, great Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee in the film.

Eagle-eyed fan Dewey Bass pointed out another appearance from the Spider-Man co-creator in a crowd sequence. Lee turns up at the end of Miles Morales and the unconscious Peter Parker's wild escapade through the streets of Manhattan following their initial meeting. Lee, dressed in the same clothes from his earlier cameo, steps over Miles and Peter as they lay incapacitated in a crosswalk at the video's 3:22 mark.

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The cameo is the second one found of the former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief. This week, animator Nick Kondo released a video that showed Stan Lee as a passenger on a subway at the end of the film.

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The appearance also lines up with previous claims by co-director Peter Ramsey and producers Chris Miller and Phil Lord that the animators included secret cameos of Lee in various crowd shots throughout the film.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes to home release on Blu-Ray, UltraHD, 4K and DVD on March 19 and a digital HD release on February 26.

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