Los Angeles – World comedian Stan Lee who changed the landscape of this genre Super hero creating many heroes loved all over the world, he died at the age of 95 on Monday (November 12) local time.
Lee is the creator of Spide-Man, as well as The Fantastic Four and The Incredible Hulk.
He died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Last year he encountered a number of health problems, including pneumonia and vision problems.
As a writer at Marvel Comics, then he stood publisher the same company, stimulated the story industry Super hero which is preferred by young readers, but still emphasizes the sophisticated story, university-level dialogue, satire, science fictionand even philosophizing.
Mourning also comes from the DC Comics Twitter account, which is a competitor of Marvel Comics.
Millions of people have happily accepted the inclusion of their imaginary characters, including Spider-Man, Hulk and X-Men to recently released films. He also worked on new projects, such as the films "Black Panther" and "Doctor Strange", as well as the television series "Agents S.H.I.L.L.D" and "Watchtower of the Galaxy".
"I think that everyone likes things bigger than life, I call them fairy tales for adults," he said in an interview for Associated Press in 2006.
"We grow up with stories about giants, gardens and witches. WellYou are older and too old to read fairy tales. But I never thought that you were too old to love such things, things bigger than life, magical and very ingenious. "
Lee thinks comics are works of art. After enumeration, he published a new comic book every day for 10 years.
"I wrote so much that I do not know anymore, I could write hundreds or thousands (comics)."
His ordinary heroes are very different from heroes who always seem to be good-natured by DC Comics, like Superman.
Fantastic Four's staff always fights with each other, becoming Spider-Man Super hero because of the ego of Peter Parker, who suffered from financial problems and dandruff.
Silver Surfer, a stranger cursed around the Earth's atmosphere, always talks about human nature. Hulk hates. Daredevil is blind and Iron Man has a weak heart.
"The size of the characters created by Stan Lee is that they first form and then become Super hero, "said Jeff Kline, executive producer animated series "Men in Black" in an interview in 1998.
Some of Lee's characters are symbols of social change. The history of Spider-Man's life illustrates the situation of America in the 1960s, while the Black Panther and Wildness of She-Hulk reflect the struggles of minority groups and women.
Lee wrote most of Marvel's comics on his own in the 1960s, including the Avengers and X-Men, which have survived to this day. In 1972 he stayed publisher Marvel and editorial director; four years later, 72 million Spider-Man comics were sold.
Lee also published many books, including "The Superhero Women" in 1977 and "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" in the following year, when he was appointed publisher preferably by the Association of Magazines and Books of America.
CBS then he made Hulk a successful television series, played by Bill Bixby & # 39; and Lou Ferrigno in 1978-82. The Spider-Man series appeared briefly in 1978. Two animated films were also created.
His first big movie about the budget was "X-Men", which was successful in 2000, producing over $ 130 million in North America alone.
Then "Spider-Man" was more successful, achieving revenues in excess of USD 400 million in 2002.
Lee's death coincided with Veterans Day, and he served in the US Army during the Second World War in the USA. Army Signal Corps in 1942-1945. Lee reportedly applied to the army after hearing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
In his latest film on social media, he congratulated Veterans Day and shared his picture during the service.
In 2017, his wife Joan died at the age of 93.
Source: Fox News, AP