Published: Fri, November 16, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Newspaper Accidentally Mixed Up Spike Lee and Stan Lee

Newspaper Accidentally Mixed Up Spike Lee and Stan Lee

'The superheros Stan Lee created will live on forever' I didn't read comic books while growing up but Stan Lee had a huge impact on my childhood because I loved watching superhero films. Spider-Man: Far From Home has made no indication of a Stan Lee cameo, while X-Men: Dark Phoenix has also remained dark on the topic. He was declared dead at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

After the news was announced, tributes began pouring in from across the entertainment industry, with director Edgar Wright, executive producer on the Antman film, saying: "Stan Lee, RIP".

Camsing has recently launched online serial novel "Stan Lee's Work Force" and "Between the Lines", an urban fantasy novel based on a Lee idea that was adapted to Chinese conditions.

For a man who's essentially just spent decades playing himself, Lee also has an impressive filmography away from the company whose success he built.

In 1968, a tumultuous year in the nation that saw the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Lee wrote one of his most vocal "Soapbox" essays calling bigotry and racism "the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today".

Stan Lee is survived by his daughter Joan while his wife had passed away past year.

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The MCU, or Marvel Cinematic Universe, is hugely successful in creating films about the many heroes Stan Lee (along with his colleagues) brought to life.

Along with artist Jack Kirby, Lee revolutionized Marvel Comics in the early 1960s with the launch of popular super squad The Fantastic Four.

For Lee, creating superheroes was a pretty straightforward task.

Jackman tweeted: "We've lost a creative genius".

Both Gwyneth Paltrow and Brie Larson have deleted posts that seem rather tone-deaf to the passing of Lee. "I feel that if you're able to entertain people, you're doing a good thing". I will always remember Stan Lee for his comics, which made my childhood so much more magical. In 2011, Lee started his own comic convention called Comikaze Expo and was eventually renamed to Stan Lee's LA Comic Con.

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