Charley Gallay (GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP / Archives)
His daughter: "I love your life and I love what he was doing in your life." His family loved him and his fans loved him.
The man who has produced dozens of comic book characters and animation over the years, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America and Diddol, and other superheroes and superheroes who have long enjoyed the brain and of the imagination of children and young people. About 95 years old.
After his drawings and storyboards reached the cinema, the chains he produced and wrote his stories in the magazines that he sold and sold since the satellites, he had a big star, and even the movies that his company did made the boxes and passed away.
His daughter JCL said in a statement that he died on Monday at the age of 95. "I felt he had a commitment to his audience to continue to invent (personalities) … I love his life and love what he was doing in his life.A place."
He was a writer, writer, and editor at Marvel, who founded and helped develop it to become one of the greatest publishers of comic books in the 1960s. The characters he developed and developed became prominent in the public and popular culture of United States and respond to acclamation and address successive generations.
"Stan Lee was as exceptional as the characters he invented," said Bob Eger, executive director of the Walt Disney Company (which acquired Marvel in 2009).
I was best known for appearing as a guest of honor in most Marvel movies. A man rescued from a debris was Spider-Man, who was born in 2002 and was the director of a strip club in 2016.