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Stan Lee Left Out of SAG Awards 'In Memoriam' Tribute

Last November, the comic industry suffered a great loss when Marvel Universe architect Stan Lee passed away. The blow was felt by many a fan and creator alike, with Marvel even going so far as to make a tribute video for Lee. However, during the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Lee was left out of the ceremony's "In Memoriam" tribute.

Uploaded on the official SAG Awards Twitter account, a clip featuring the tribute opens with Quantum Leap star Scott Bakula expressing appreciation for those who had passed away in 2018. The tribute features such names as Aretha Franklin, Chuck McCann, Kitty O'Neil and Burt Reynolds, all set to the tune of "A Million Dreams" from The Greatest Showman.

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Throughout the tribute, Lee is not featured. However, two fans added GIFs of the Marvel legend in the comments below the tribute.

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Lee passed away in November at 95-years-old. The legendary creator helped create some of the most popular comics heroes and villains, including Black Panther, whom he co-created with Jack Kirby in 1966's Fantastic Four #52. Lee was also known for his cameos in various mediums.

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