Stan Lee was in the process of creating a final superhero for Marvel, before he died on Monday in Los Angeles, according to his daughter. JC Lee, who collaborated on the project together with his father, promised to complete it. "We've been working on a character named Dirt Man. [Él es] the last angel we have hidden, "he said this Tuesday in the American environment TMZ Live.
"It's very interesting and it's not finished yet," adding that they still keep "a little trick." Stan Lee passed away last Monday at the age of 95 years. His death sparked an avalanche of tributes from followers whose lives have been touched by the characters he created, such as Spider-Man, Hulk and the original X-Men. He was co-creator of Marvel in 1961 with The Fantastic Four, designed to attract a greater audience towards comics.
His daughter also announced a new foundation she is releasing in memory of her father named Stan Lee Childhood Literacy Foundation. "The importance of the written word should not be underestimated," he said. "One of the reasons why Stan is Stan the Man is that he took his job very seriously and there is a lot to say to children about reading and writing. "