Stan Lee who began in 1939 and created Black Panther, Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Mighty Thor, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, the Incredible Hulk, Daredevil, among countless other characters, died early Monday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
The man, the creator, the editor, writer and what needs no introduction and his sudden death have left a million fans bereaving over such loss.
Here are some unknown facts on the legendary person ever born!
HIS CONFIDENCE CAME FROM HIS MOTHER.
He often claimed that his reason for the string self-confidence came from his mom, who in early days who make him believe that everything that he did was brilliant.
YOUNG STAN LEE WROTE OBITUARIES.
Weird! Isn’t it? He later quit finding it too depressing!
A FIRE DESTROYED HIS INTERVIEWS AND LECTURES.
After he settled in Los Angeles, he set up a studio in Van Nuys where and stored videotapes of his talks and interviews. Unknown circumstances led it ablaze!
Lee’s favorite authors include Stephen King, H. G. Wells, Mark Twain, Arthur Conan Doyle, William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, and Harlan Ellison.
He had Howard Hughes in mind when he created Iron Man
“Hughes was one of the most colorful men of the time,” Lee explained “He was an inventor, an adventurer, a ladies’ man, and a nutcase.
He almost quit comic book writing
Stan Lee had quit the comic book business in the late 1950s after his publisher told him to dumb down the vocabulary in his works.
And rest is a history!!!!
He tried to find real-life superheroes In a very famous documentary television series called Stan Lee’s Superhumans, the Marvel creator and host Daniel Browning Smith travel the world searching for people with extraordinary abilities.
Numerous stories, number of facts, about the man, the Marvel Man.
A legend who made us believe in superheroes. He made us feel them, live with them, cries with them and loves them. May your heavenly soul rest in peace, sir.