Marvel Comics Co-Creator Stan Lee Passes Away At 95

Lee helped create some of the most iconic superheroes in history.

Stan Lee, the Co-Creator of Marvel Comics, has passed away at age 95.

According to reports, an ambulance had been called to Lee’s home in the Hollywood Hills, and he was taken to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he passed away.

Lee had been involved in comics since 1939, and helped turn Timely Comics – founded by his cousin-in-law Martin Goodman – into Marvel Comics.

Alongside Jack Kirby, Lee created numerous iconic characters and superhero teams, including the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Hulk, and Spider-Man.

In recent years, Marvel experienced a dramatic resurgence, with seemingly endless Marvel superhero movies bring audiences both young and old back to see the iconic characters.

And in those movies, Lee made his regular cameos, a constant reminder of his pivotal role in creating stories and characters that brought joy to millions throughout the years.

Below, you can watch Lee’s many cameos:

Spencer Fernando

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