MOSCOW, Nov. 12 – News from RIA. American writer Stan Lee, who created comics about Spider-Man, Hulk and X-Men, died at age 96, TMZ reported, referring to daughter Lee.
The writer died at the Los Angeles Medical Center. According to the paper, Lee has been suffering from severe illnesses, including pneumonia and vision problems, for several years.
American writer, actor and producer Stan Lee with animators in the pictures Iron Man and Spiderman
Stan Lee was an American writer, editor and creator of many comic strips. He created Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Hulk, Iron Man and other famous heroes.
From 1994 to 2018, the author acted in the role of himself in Marvel studios. He was also a producer of "Captain America", "X-Men", "Spider-Man" and many others.