Stan Lee, the man who established the "Marvel" franchise, who gave a lot of super heroes (Spider Man, X-Men, Four Fantastic, Captain America, Daredevil, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man) died at 95.
Stan Lee without ambulance to Los Angeles hospital on Monday, where doctors unfortunately could not save it. The number of people have had a number of health problems during the last year, as well as vision problems.
Stan Lee established the Marvel franchise in 1961, along with Jack Kirby, when they can create "The Four Fantastic." Later, he joined the series Spider Man, X-Men, Captain America, Daredevil, Thor, Hulk and Iron Man. Hollywood production houses have introduced dozens of films that have made these superheroes worth billions of dollars around the world. Of course, founders of "Marvel" have won a lot of copyright funding.