Stan Lee, the amazing writer, editor and publisher of Marvel Comics whose legendary yet imperfect manifestations made him a genuine superhero to comic book lovers all around the world, has passed away. He was 95.

Lee, who started in the business in 1939 and made or co-created Black Panther, Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Mighty Thor, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk, Daredevil and Ant-Man, among endless characters, passed away yesterday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles,

Lee’s last couple of years were turbulent. After Joan, his wife of 69 years, died in July 2017, he sued officials at POW! Entertainment — an organization he established in 2001 to create film, TV and computer game properties — for $1 billion claiming misrepresentation and fraud, at that point suddenly dropped the suit weeks later. He additionally sued his ex-business manager and petitioned for a restraining order against a man who had been dealing with his affairs. (Lee’s domain is evaluated to be worth as much as $70 million.) And in June 2018, it was uncovered that the Los Angeles Police Department had been researching reports of elder abuse against him.

All alone and through his work with regular artist-writer associates Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and others, Lee took Marvel from a little endeavor to the world’s No. 1 publisher of comic books and, later, a multimedia giant.

In 2009, The Walt Disney Co. purchased Marvel Entertainment for $4 billion, and most of the best earning superhero movies ever — driven by Avengers: Infinity War’s $2.05 billion worldwide take not long ago — have included Marvel characters.

In April 2014, Stan Lee told a hollywood reporter, “I used to think what I did was not very important. People are building bridges and engaging in medical research, and here I was doing stories about fictional people who do extraordinary, crazy things and wear costumes. But I suppose I have come to realize that entertainment is not easily dismissed.”
Lee’s fame and influence as the face and figurehead of Marvel, even in his nonagenarian years, remained considerable.

He worked tirelessly his whole life creating great characters for the world to enjoy. He wanted to inspire our imagination and for us to all use it to make the world a better place. His legacy will live on forever.

Let’s see how the Marvel comics fans react on the death of Stan Lee-