Stan Lee's Bronx alma mater pays tribute with mural
A massive mural at DeWitt Clinton High School is paying tribute to comic book legend Stan Lee, a former student there.
Principal Pierre Orbe says that not only does the mural immortalize Lee, but it also serves as a reminder for students that anything is possible, no matter where you come from.
The mural depicts Lee's easily recognizable creations like Spider-Man, Iron Man and the Hulk. It was commissioned from a Miami-based artist and took six days to complete.
Students are also getting in on creating artwork. They will paint a timeline of Lee's life and his characters in another hallway. That project starts in the spring.