Stan Lee, the founder of Marvel Comics and the father of famous comic characters such as Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man and The Fantastic Four was born in 1922 and died at the age of 95.
He was the creator of superheroes associating with millions of childhood around the world.
He took a photo with Lou Ferrigno (right) and Eric Kramer as Hulk and Thor in the television series The Incredible Hulk Returns in 1988.
Stan Lee posed as simulating silk spray at Sundance in 2012
This was Captain America No. 3, May 1941. It was the first published series of Stan Lee with the text of Stan Lee and the illustration of Alex Schomburg.
The Fantastic Four No. 10, January 1963, featured illustrations of Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. The two left bottom characters were Stan Lee and Kirby.
Stan Lee and his wife Joan blow candles on a Marvel Comics birthday cake at the opening ceremony for the Mighty Marvel Comic Book Convention (aka Comic-Con). It was held for the first time in New York on March 22, 1975.
Stan Lee was discussing an image of a Spiderman comic book series with artist John Romita at Marvel headquarters in New York, January 1976.
Legendary pages from the Suspense series written by Stan Lee and illustrated by Steve Ditko
Stan Lee in his office in Santa Monica, California in 2002
Marvel Comic was more and more growing. In 2004, this brand published the first Latina superhero series, Anya Corazon.
Stan Lee’s cameo role Willie Lumpkin in 2005 in Fantastic Four, directed by Tim Story
Former US President George W Bush awarded the National Medals of Arts to Stan Lee.
Next, Stan Lee went on to make another cameo in Phineas and Ferb on Disney XD in 2011 as a hot dog supplier.
Stan Lee posed next to the Spider-Man model at his office in Beverly Hills, California, in December 2008.
The father of Marvel Comic took portrait photos at the Comic-Con event in San Diego in 2011.
Thank you for everything!