Marvel's comedy writer Sten Lee and heroes, including Iron Man and Fantasy Torah, died at the age of 95.
He began his career as an arbitrator at the The Incredible Hulk (1989), which made numerous appearances on television and movies. His large-scale loans were shared by Kevin Smith's "Malatyans", "The Simpsons" and "Big Bang theory." Each Marvel movie has Lee's camouflage.
His daughter JK Lee said: "He committed himself to building his fans. She loved her life and loved what she did to live. His family loved him, and fans loved him. He would not repeat.
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