Stan Lee book icon that created Marvel Universe-has died at the age of 95, reports TMZ. After a year of bad health, including a pneumonia, Lee died in a hospital in L.A. according to TMZ. Lee started Marvel comics 1961 with Jack Kirby, and Lee created some of the most iconic super hero characters all the time, including Spiderman, Iron Man, it X-Men, The incredible Hulken, and Black Panther, together with Avengers.
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He is the man behind what has become the most powerful force in Hollywood-The Marvel Cinematic Universe-a multi billion dollar franchise that includes almost 20 movies and the massive Avengers series. Then the revitalization of the characters 2010 with Iron Man, Lee's characters have anchored some of the highest grossing movies all the time. He told squire By 2012, his favorite part of his long legacy was seeing signs he put on paper in the 60's, live breathing became people in the movies.
"When you can sit down with a plain sheet of paper in front of you and make some notes, and after a while you'll see that it takes shape and becomes a concept for a movie or TV show. It's a real thrill," Lee told squire. "You see, it goes from notes on a paper to a meeting with writers, directors and actors. I can not think of anything more exciting."
Lee was born in Manhattan in 1922 and grew up under depression, where he would write to pass the time. It became one of the greatest American success stories all the time, when Lee turned his passion for imagination into one of the two most iconic cartoon publishers all the time, along with some of the most loved characters of print or film.
"The most important thing these days was the cover. All of these books were on the newsstand, and you had to hope that your cover would force someone to buy the book. And all was due to the name," he told Inc 2009. "A character like hurricane was a guy who ran very fast. Later when I was looking for new super heroes, I found someone crawling on walls to be interesting. I thought myggman? It does not sound very glamorous. Fly Man? I went down the list and came to Spiderman. That was it. "
In recent years, Lee is best known for a younger generation for his cameos in every Marvel movie since 1989.