Stan Lee, the creator of legendary Marvel comic book superheroes, dies at 95

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Stan Lee, the godfather of Marvel Comics whose cast of characters such as Spider-Man, Hulk and the X-Men were beloved by millions of readers for decades before becoming a multibillion-dollar movie empire that dominated box offices in the 21st century, has died. He was 95.

Lee’s representative, Dawn Miller, confirmed he died Monday in Los Angeles.

Stanley Martin “Stan Lee” Lieber, born Dec. 28, 1922 in New York City, started his career as an office assistant at Timely Comics in 1939. As a teen, Lee said he was working odd jobs to help his parents pay the bills, when he heard about the position.

“I must’ve been the only one who applied because I got the job, and I thought it would be a temporary job,” Lee said in 2011. ” I had never thought of writing comics.”

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