Marvel’s Stan Lee Receives Key To The City Of Glendale

Stan Lee Marvel Cinematic UniverseDuring a private event at ACE Comic-Con Arizona, Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee received a key to the city of Glendale.

Bestowed upon him by Glendale mayor Jerry Weiers, the former Marvel editor-in-chief was given a challenge coin which when turned over, is a key to the city.

Here’s what mayor Weiers had to say when he was giving Lee the key to the city:

“My part for you is not a proclamation. My part for you is a challenge coin. This is the city of Glendale and I want you to have my challenge coin and then on the opposite side it says from the office of the mayor, of course, Glendale Arizona, and then your own key.”

Stan Lee responded by accepting the honor and cracking a joke:

“Isn’t that great. It’s heavy, too. It’ll break a hole in my pocket. I’ll have to pay the tailor extra money for it.”

Hopefully, by accepting the key to the city, Stan Lee is aware that with great power comes great responsibility.

Source: ACE Comic-Con

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Aahil Dayani is a writer and film enthusiast from Toronto, Ontario. When he isn't writing about movies, he pretends to watch them.