Stan Lee, senior writer and editor of Marvel Comics, died on Wednesday (February 12) at the age of 95.
Local media, including the New York Times and CNN, reported that honorary president Stanley died at a hospital in Los Angeles. Stanley, illustrator and publisher, actor and filmmaker, is one of the co-creators of many superhero characters, including Spiderman, Hulk, Doctor Strange, Fantastic Four, Dare Devil, Black Panther, X-Men, Iron Man and Thor.
In 1939 Stanley joined Timelycomics (predecessor of Marvel Comics) and worked on the original part of the screenplay Captain America, which was then very popular. Since then he has been the editor of Marvel Comics and the president of Marvel Entertainment. The New York Times said: "Many people think that Marvel Comics has gone through many complicated stories, characters and colorful voices while they were in power." Which played a big role in creating a number of superheroes like Fantastic Four, Spiderman, Iron Man and Hulk. "
Stanley won the 1994 Willie Einstein Award, the Academy Award for Comics, and in 1995 he was nominated for the Jack Kerby & # 39; Hall of Fame. In 2008 he was awarded the "American Art Medal", the highest distinction of the artist. He appeared in the films about Marble superhero 40 times in the direct appearance of the pendant. He was called "Stanley Ong" in Korea and was loved by fans.
"I want to do more movies and want to have more TV shows," said Stanley in the 2010 documentary television on the subject. I want more lectures and I want to do more. "Time is the only problem, I want more time."
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