Marvel co-creator Stan Lee passes away at 95
A legendary writer, editor and producer, Stan Lee passes away at 95. Stan Lee started out as the co-creator of the Marvel Comic Universe in 1939, when he put life into superheroes like Black Panther, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Daredevil and Ant-Man. These superheroes weren’t just the part of a comic universe but transcended into real life analogies of good over evil for several young minds. He made superheroes out of regular characters, flawed, simple yet marvellous. Stan Lee was a hero himself for giving people something to love, no matter the age.
Admitted in Cedar-Sinai Medical Centre, Los Angeles, Stan Lee breathed his last on Monday early morning and left people across the globe with heavy and nostalgic hearts. He was a man of impeccable humour, par excellence imagination and the will power as solid as the superheroes he wrote about. A part of several childhoods and many hooked adults, Stan Lee stayed in our lives with his stories, the universe he created and the comical cameos he made in all his movies.