The daughter of comic icon Stan Lee says they worked on a joint project involving a new superhero, dubbed Dirt Man, and promised to get through that character.
J.C. Lee, 68, told TMZ Live on Tuesday that they had the last personality under Lee's great heritage: Dirt Man.
"We worked on a character called Dirt Man," she said at the exit. "The last little angel we've shut down is Dirt Man."
The source of New York opened her chat with her father, who died at the age of 95 in Los Angeles on Monday, Daili Mail reports.
"I said," Daddy, please, do not do anything or steel of any of that – let's go down and dirty, do what happens in relation to love. ""
J.C. he swore: "It's not over yet, we still have a little cheats," adding that he hopes Dirt Man will be made into a feature film.
During the conversation, J.C. she said that she sees the exception as her late father Stan charged as co-creators for any job he started.
"He created Marvel Comics, and forgive me, my father is not a co-creator," she said. "My father did not co-create Spider-Man, Hulk or any of them-he created them!"
She said that her father was dedicated to her fans and to respond to so many fans since he was able to arrive while working in Marvel.
"If my father could," she said, "he would answer all the fan letters that he could answer … all about the fans, my father loved them very much."
J.C. She said she plans to create humanitarian assistance in his name, the Literacy Fund, Stan Lee Childhood, to continue her neglect.
Lee greeted the celebrity celebrities after his passing Monday after admiring his incomparable creativity.
Among those who remembered the memories were Robert Dovei Jr., Hugh Jackman, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Ryan Reinolds, Jamie Lee Curtis and Lin-Manuel Miranda.