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Marvel Comic’s Stan Lee Passes Away at 95


Marvel Comic’s Stan Lee Passes Away at 95

Stan Lee, former writer, editor, and publisher of Marvel Comics passes away at the age of 95.

Known as a legend in the comics industry, Stan Lee influenced generations of superheroes with his story-telling and editing abilities during his career at Marvel Comics starting in 1939 when the company was called Timely Comics. He co-created several Marvel characters including Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Black Panther, the X-Men and many more.

During the late 1970s, Toei Productions worked alongside Marvel for a licensing to create the infamous Spider-Man TV series. Revealed in an interview with Stan Lee, he praised the show for its special effects and how the character how spider-like movements while in the suit. Thanks to the success of Toei’s Spider-Man, the element of a giant transforming robot from the show were integrated into later Super Sentai starting with Battle Fever J and continue to exist to this day.

Source: Hollywood Reporter, Spider-Man DVD Boxset.

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