The man born Stanley Martin Lieber, known around the world as Stan Lee, died Monday morning in Los Angeles. A writer, editor, and publisher who co-created some of the most popular and beloved characters in the history of entertainment, Lee became known for his larger-than-life persona, his ability to imbue his characters with humanity, and […]
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