Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is wearing a different, customized pair of his K8IROS sneakers for every game this season, each of which will be auctioned off to benefit youth charities. For the Nets' 15th game against the Miami on Wednesday night, Dinwiddie honored the late Marvel Comics creator, Stan Lee.

The colorful design features images of Lee, as well as nods to some of his iconic characters, and a message across the forefoot straps that reads, "Rest In Super Powers."

"Game 15: @therealstanlee RIP. My childhood was basically Iron Man and Vegeta. Thank you for all the memories. Nothing more needs to be said," Dinwiddie captioned the post on instagram.

The 25-year old guard debuted his own sneaker company this year called, K8IROS (pronounced Ky-Ros), with a focus on giving back to the community by auctioning off special edition kicks such as the Colin Kaepernick, Allen Iverson and Muhammed Ali inspired pairs he has worn this season.

Take a look at the Stan Lee customs in Dinwiddie's IG post embedded below.