Marvel's Spiderman Battles Nightcrawler and the Punisher for the Tram

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

New York lost Stan Lee, the legendary Marvel Comics creator, this week. Judy Berdy pulls from the Roosevelt Island Historical Society Archives to show how Lee used dramatic values of the Tram in November, 1980, as Spiderman plots a rescue. A keen observer, Lee included recognizable images of the power plant and the Roosevelt Island Bridge.

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

 

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

 

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

 

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

 

Stan Lee's Lasting Imprint on Roosevelt Island
Credit: Marvel Comics via the Roosevelt Island Historical Society

Image credit: Marvel Comics

Thanks, Judy Berdy and the Roosevelt Island Historical Society.

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