Lee was in charge of the production of many Marvel characters we know and love today, including Iron Man, Thor, Spider-Man and the X-Men.
He, alongside Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, are basically in charge of the hero type of funnies and movies as we probably am aware it. The news of Stan Lee's death was confirmed by his daughter J.C.
A rescue vehicle was allegedly sent to Lee's Hollywood Hills home on early Monday morning and he was raced to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he died. In February, the legend uncovered he was battling pneumonia in an individual message to his fans.
Lee made The Fantastic Four for Marvel Comics in 1961 and proceeded to make titles including Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk.
Performing artist Chris Evans, best known for playing Marvel's Captain America, stated "there will never be another Stan Lee".
X-Men star Hugh Jackman said "we've lost a creative genius."
We’ve lost a creative genius. Stan Lee was a pioneering force in the superhero universe. I’m proud to have been a small part of his legacy and .... to have helped bring one of his characters to life. #StanLee #Wolverine pic.twitter.com/iOdefi7iYz— Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) 12 November 2018
Robert Downey Jr, wrote: "I owe it all to you, Rest in Peace Stan."
Kevin Feige, the producer and president of Marvel Studios, tweeted: No one has had more of an impact on my career and everything we do at Marvel Studios than Stan Lee. Stan leaves an extraordinary legacy that will outlive us all. Our thoughts are with his daughter, his family, and his millions of fans.
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