Stan Lee's daughter, J.C. He discovered that his father, prior to dying on November 12, worked on a figure that should become his last thing.
Stan Lee He dedicated his life to creating icons of characters that are already part of contemporary culture, such as SPider-Man, Fantastic Four, Black Panther or Iron Man. And in the last days, the legendary creator Marvel still worked with his daughter in the last superhero Dirt Man. (You may be interested in: What does "Excel" mean, the word Stan Lee is greeted?)
Stan Lee's daughter, J.C. He discovered that his father, prior to dying on November 12, worked on a figure that should become his last thing. "I tried to create a character with me all my life, we worked on the Dirt Man", J. C. in an interview for TMZ
"The last little angel we hid was Dirt Man and I said," Dad, no push, no steel … nothing like that, "continued Li's daughter, who has great plans for character." Let's go down to the mud and dirty. "Let's talk about what's going on now and what's in love with it, to do Dirt Man. (You might be interested in: Stan Lee, the legend of comics)
When they asked him what plans he had for his father's last character, and if he was considering to take him to the cinema, J.C. He replied that he "had expected" to reach that point one day. "It's very interesting, but it's not over yet, we still have a few tricks," he added.
Later, Lee announced his plans to create child literacy in honor of his late father. "We create Fund Daily Literacy Stan Lee "he explained. "The importance of reading and writing words should not be underestimated, one of the reasons why my father was a" Stan Man "is because he took his job very seriously, it's a lot to tell the children about reading and writing." (You may be interested in: Stan Lee : a man behind the golden age of superhero)
Stan Lee died November 12 in Los Angeles at the age of 95.