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Published December 16, 2019

The 'Marvel's Runaways' Cast Shares What Stan Lee Meant to Them

Watch the full special Friday, December 20 at 8/7c on ABC!

What does Stan Lee mean to you? That’s a question with an endless amount of answers and it’s something many of us have been asking ourselves every day in the year since the passing of the Marvel legend. Now, with a brand new ABC special, Celebrating Marvel's Stan Lee, many familiar faces from Marvel movies, TV shows, comics, and more will get a chance to share what Lee meant to them. 

Ahead of Celebrating Marvel's Stan Lee, we caught up with some of the parents from Marvel’s Runaways to ask them to try and explain Stan Lee’s importance. 

The answers range from the youthful excitement he brought to everything, to just making sure you’re always being the best you can be. As Ryan Sands explains, Lee was the voice of his childhood and even though hundreds and thousands of kids across the country were watching Saturday morning cartoons, Lee always had a way of connecting with each and every viewer. 

Check out their answers below, and don’t forget to watch Celebrating Marvel's Stan Lee on Friday, December 20 at 8/7c on ABC! 

Annie Wersching, “Leslie Ellerh Dean”

Ryan Sands, “Geoffrey Wilder”

Angel Parker, “Catherine Wilder”

James Yaegashi, “Robert Minoru”

All 10 episodes of Marvel’s Runaways Season 3 are now streaming on Hulu. Be sure to follow @MarvelsRunaways on Twitter and like the official Marvel’s Runaways Facebook page!



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