Saturday , September 25 2021

Stand Lee, Creator Spider-Man, died

Los Angeles – World comic artist Stan Lee, who has changed the landscape of the genre superhero by creating a lot of hero characters loved all over the world, though at the age of 95 on monday (12/11) local time.

Lee is the creator of Spide-Man, and also The Fantastic Four and The Incredible Hulk.

He died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles.

During the past year he has encountered a number of health problems, including pneumonia and vision problems.

As a writer of Marvel Comics, then became publisher The same company has stimulated the fiction story industry superhero favored by young readers, but still emphasizes the sophisticated storyline, college level dialogue, satire, science fiction, and even philosophize.

Mourning also came from the DC Comics Twitter account, which is a competitor of Marvel Comics.

Millions of people welcomed the connection of their imaginary characters, including Spider-Man, Hulk and X-Men in recently released movies. He also worked with new projects such as the "Black Panther" and "Doctor Strange" films, as well as the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" and "Galaxy Guardians" television series.

"I think everyone likes things bigger than life. I call them stories for adults," he said in an interview with Associated Press in 2006.

"We grow up with stories about giants, ogres and witches. GoodYou are older and too old to read fairy tales. But I never thought you were too old to love such things, things bigger than life, magical and very imaginative. "

Lee greets comic books as artwork. When he was calculated, every day for 10 years, he born a new comic book.

"I've written so much that I do not know anymore. Maybe I've written hundreds or thousands (of comic books)."

His common heroes differ very differently from the characters that always look good from DC Comics, such as Superman.

The amazing four staff always struggle with each other, Spider-Man becomes superhero because of Peter Parker's ego, who suffered financial problems and dandruff.

Silver Surfer, a stranger who is cursed around the earth's atmosphere, always speaks of human nature. Hulk hates himself. Daredevil is blind, and Iron Man has a weak heart.

"The grandeur of the characters created by Stan Lee is that they make signs first and then become superhero, says Jeff Kline, executive producer animated TV series "Men in Black" in an interview in 1998.

Some of the characters of play are symbols of social change. Spider-Mans life story illustrates America's 1960s conditions, while The Black Panther and The Savage She-Hulk reflect minority groups and women's struggles.

Lee wrote most of the Marvel series on his own in the 1960s, including Avengers and X-Men who are persistent today. In 1972 he became publisher Marvel and editorial officer; Four years later, 72 million Spider-Man series were sold.

Lee also published a number of books, including "The Superhero Women" 1977 and "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" the following year when he was named publisher best of America's Periodical and Book Association.

CBS then Hulk made a successful television series, played by Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno 1978-82. The Spider-Man series was released in 1978. Two animated films were also made.

His first major budget movie was "X-Men", which succeeded in 2000 and produced more than $ 130 million in North America alone.

Then, "Spider-Man" was more successful with revenues exceeding $ 400 million in 2002.

Lee died coincided with Veterans Day, and he happened to have served in the United States military during World War II with U.S. Army Signal Corps 1942-1945. Lee reported to the military after hearing a Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

In his latest edition on social media, he congratulated Veterans Day and shared his photo while in office.

In 2017, his wife Joan died at the age of 93.

Source: Fox News, AP

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