Stan Lee, the legend co-creator of the iconic superheroes like Spider-Man and the Hulk, who revolutionized culture of the pop industry. Now dominate the world’s movie screen, he died at 95.
According to US entertainment, outlets including The Hollywood Reporter. Lee, the face of comic book culture in the United State died early Monday in Los Angles. He had suffered
His daughter stated about her father, "My father loved all of his fans,”. "He was the greatest, most decent man."
Where he was revered in New York, known for his distinctive tinted glasses and impish grin, continuously appeared at fan events.
By accident, Lee ended up his business, thanks to an uncle who got him a job when he was a teenage and fetching coffee.
Once he said, "I felt someday I'd write the 'Great American Novel' and I didn't want to use my real name on these silly little comics, “explaining why he had discarded his given name, Stanley Lieber.
Lee got popularity and become a comic writer, making many superhero fans dream of his fantastic worldwide and humans with extraordinary qualities and finally led the Marvel empire for decades as its publisher.
From Spidey to Black Panther to the X-Men and Fantastic Four, with the other authors, Lee collaborates on the page of imagination.
“Avengers: Infinity War,” a film that united many of the fast characters he brought to life, Lee has appeared in cameo roles in nearly every Marvel movie including a bus driver.
Stated by Australian filmmaker, "Aww man, heartbreaking. R.I.P. to a true pioneer and legend," who directed many films like “Saw” and “Insidious” as well as helming “Aqua man” an upcoming superhero film based on the character by Marvel.
“#stanlee, "My youth wouldn't have been the same without him. So grateful to have met the guy, and told him how thankful I was for his work.”