Paris Jackson and Brothers Attend Stan Lee's Comikaze
Michael Jackson's kids, Paris, Prince and Blanket, followed in their father's footsteps on Sunday when they attended Stan Lee's Comikaze comic book convention in Los Angeles.
Paris appeared to have a blast, posting a collection of Instagram photos from the event like a Captain America mask, Comikaze poster and herself trying on what appeared to be a Loki helmet from "Thor."
While Paris and Prince dressed in street clothes, Blanket was photographed wearing a Marvel T-shirt featuring Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and more.
Photo: Lou Ferrigno, Paris Jackson, Stan Lee, Prince and Blanket Jackson. Credit: Tom Hinckley / Studio 1501.
Michael was a known comic book collector and owned life-sized statues of characters such as Superman and Batman. MJ even bonded with Stan Lee, the co-creator of many of Marvel's most popular superheroes, over the movie rights to “Spider-Man.”
In 2009, Lee told MTV, “I had been to his place in Neverland... and he wanted to do 'Spider-Man.' I'm not sure whether he just wanted to produce it or wanted to play the role, you know? Our conversation never got that far along.”
Stan added, “He thought I'd be the one who could get him the rights and I told him I couldn't, he would have to go to the Marvel company. But we did become friendly... and he was a great guy.”