The creator of Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man, Hulk and many more dies at 95

Stan-Lee died early Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles

Stan-Lee the iconic writer, editor, and publisher at Marvel comics whose creations have won millions of hearts around the world has died. He was 95 years of age.

He died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on early Monday morning. His death has been confirmed by a family representative as well as his daughter’s Lawer.

Lee began his business in 1939 and created/co-created superhero characters like the Black Panther, X-Men, Spider-Man, Thor, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Hulk, Daredevil, Ant-Man, among countless other characters from the Marvel universe.

It was Lee who made Marvel big from a tiny venture. Working along with Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, and others, he successfully turned Marvel into World’s no. 1 comic book publisher.

In 2009, Disney purchased Marvel Entertainment for a whopping $4 billion and brought us the top-grossing superhero films based on Marvel Superheroes.

Lee would always appear in these movies as a cameo.

Ever since the news of his death broke out, his family, friends, peers, and colleagues have been paying tributes. His fans have come out in large to pay tribute to their real-life superhero.


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