Stan Lee, the founder of the Marvel World of Comics and the creator of SpiderMan, died at the age of 95.
Stan Lee’s death at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles confirmed his daughter Joan, without mentioning the causes of death.
Stan Lee has been suffering from several diseases during the past year, including pneumonia, as well as vision problems.
Lee had revolutionized humor by introducing human vulnerability into superheroes, such as Spider-Man, Fantastic For, and The Incredible Hulk.
As a prominent writer for Marvel Comics and later its publisher, Lee revived the industry in the 1960s by presenting fashion and works that appeal to younger readers, while insisting on complex novels, older dialogue, spelling, science fiction, And even philosophy.
Lee co-invented many of these characters, such as Spider-Man, X-Men, Green Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, and other fictional characters.
These heroes became part of popular culture and achieved great success at the box office when their stories turned into movies.
Stan Lee has acted in films in many small roles, most of them in feature films such as Parts One and Three of X-Men, and Part II of Spiderman, as well as co-producing such films as Ghost Rider .