Of course Stan Lee will be at Comic-Con; are they allowed to have it without him? We now know of at least one thing that he’ll be doing: promoting his YouTube channel, Stan Lee’s World of Heroes. The channel has already launched, but it’s being given a lovely push out of the nest with a panel on the first day of the Con.
It’s a pretty great channel; you can check it out here.
Vuguru To Premiere Stan Lee’S World Of Heroes Youtube Channel At San Diego Comic-con Panel Comic Book Legend Stan Lee, Adrienne Curry, Peter David, Jace Hall, Bonnie Burton, And America Young To Discuss The Channel And Upcoming Content
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