Stan Lee the legendary writer, editor and publisher of Marvel Comics has passed away aged 95. Stan Lee is known for the comics he created for back in in the 90’s and he is the one main reason the Marvel franchise is alive. Stan Lee started the business back in 1939 he created Black Panther, Spider Man, X-Men Thor, Ironman, Fantastic Four Ant-Man and many other Avengers which we see on the big screens.
Stan Lee died Monday morning in Los Angeles. Stan Lee spent really tough time after his wifes death back in July 2017 when she was only 69. He sued his executives at Pow Entertainment a company that he found in 2001 to develop films, TV and video game properties he sued the executives for 1 Billion dollars and later he had dropped the suit against them. The comic Book legend had issues with Pneumonia and he has also had problems visions as well. Stan Lee was born in 1923 and he also joined the 1942 US army and became a member of the signal corps. Later he moved to the training film division and produced films, manuals and cartoons.
Stan Lee left the army in 1945 and married the love of her life in 1947 John Clayton Boocock, the couple had two children. He made his comic book debut with Captain America Comic #3 in 1941. In 2009 when Disney bought the rights for the Marvel franchise and started their live actions films and from that time onwards Stan Lee started appearing in Cameo’s in different Marvel films such as Fantastic four, Avengers and Spider Man he also starred in trailer.
All the Marvel actors and the team paid tribute to the Legend Marvel President Kevin Feige also paid tribute “No one has had more of an impact on my career and everything we do at Marvel Studios than Stan Lee.” Feige also said “Stan leaves an extraordinary legacy that will outlive us all. Our thoughts are with his daughter, his family and the millions of fans who have been forever touched by Stan’s genius, charisma and heart.”