Stan Lee Dead - Marvel Boss Was 95

Brenda Watkins
November 12, 2018

Stan Lee, the beloved artist and storyteller who gave the world Spider-Man, Black Panther, the Hulk and countless more iconic comic book characters, has died, multiple outlets confirm.

Variety magazine is reporting that the 95-year-old was taken to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Monday after suffering a medical emergency and was declared dead shortly afterwards.

The news is confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, following up on earlier confirmation, via Lee's daughter, from TMZ.

Stan Lee, the man who co-created Marvel Comics, has died.

We'll be updating this story with more detail shortly. "I can think of nothing more fun than spending your life rescuing women".

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Lee has memorably turned in a brief and entertaining cameo appearance in just about every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.

Lee scripted most of Marvel's superhero comics himself during the '60s, including the Avengers and the X-Men, two of the most enduring.

It's a sad day for Marvel Comic and superhero fans across the globe. "It ought to be written like this.' 'Well, go ahead and change it!' They didn't care!"

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Lee set his sights on Hollywood, and television shows based on Marvel characters began to populate the airwaves. We're sending our love to Stan's family and friends and are sure that we'll see an outpouring of love for the creator over the next few days. Entertainment company to launch animated Internet-based projects. He is survived by his daughter J.C. Lawsuits, court fights and an elder abuse investigation all emerged in the fight over who spoke for the elderly Lee.

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