Stan Lee Has Passed Away

Legendary Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee has died

Marvel founder and comic book titan Stan Lee died on Monday, leaving behind one of the most influential and important careers in pop culture history.

As Marvel's Editor-in-Chief, Stan "The Man" Lee made his voice the voice of the stories themselves.

Stephens says Stan Lee, even after his time at Marvel, pushed to assert comic books as a legitimate form of art. "I'm getting the credit for it, and they're doing all the work!" "Stan Lee was as extraordinary as the characters he created", Iger said.

"Awww man, heartbreaking. a true pioneer and legend", tweeted Australian filmmaker James Wan, who directed numerous "Saw" and "Insidious" movies as well as helming Aquaman, an upcoming superhero film based on the character by Marvel rival DC Comics. For now, the last Lee cameo that hit any silver screen comes courtesy of Insomniac Games' well-received Spider-Man game from earlier this year. It was his first public appearance following the death of his wife, Joan, who had died a week prior.

He was well known for his many cameos in Marvel films.

"Government needs to enact a Stan Lee Day ASAP".

The clip, uploaded way back in August 2015, now has almost 34 million views, but we can't help but think the counter got a nice little boost overnight following the news Stan had passed away at the age of 95, following an illness. They had been married for 69 years. "Part of me thought he would live forever".

Lee got into the comics by accident, applying for a job at a magazine when he was still a teenager and being assigned to the small comics division with Jack Kirby and Joe Simon.

Another said: 'Now the both of them can continue to make people happy from the skies.

"I always wrote for myself", Lee told the Hollywood Reporter.

"You're reaction about not being familiar with the Eternals is flawless, because most people weren't familiar with Guardians [of the Galaxy] and believe it or not there were people that were not familiar with Avengers or with Iron Man", Feige says.

Chris Evans, who played Captain America, tweeted: "There will never be another Stan Lee".

One wrote: 'Thank you for bringing imagination to my life. "It's a legitimate desire". All he wanted was to rule the world, Lee joked, adding, "What's wrong with that?"

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