9 Unknown Facts About Marvel Comics Writer Stan Lee
Stan Lee was born on 28 December 1922, in New York City, U.S. His real name is Stanley Martin Lieber.
#2- During his adolescence, Stan Lee worked odd jobs to support his family, such as delivering sandwiches, being a theatre usher, being an office boy.
Before becoming an artist, Stan Lee served in the American Army for three years. He joined the army during World War II.
In 1939, Stan Lee worked as a gofer and editorial assistant at Timely Comics. He made his comic book debut in 1941.
In 2013, Stan Lee also created the main character of an Indian animated superhero film. The film was "Chakra: The Invisible."
In his 70-year career, Stan Lee co-created more than 300 superhero characters for Marvel Comics.
Stan Lee had a cameo in almost every Marvel movie until his death in 2018. He made a total of 22 cameos, from Iron Man to Avengers: Endgame.
Stan Lee always used to write the Latin word "Excelsior" at the end of every comic that he wrote. The meaning of this word is "ever upward."
Stan Lee, who created lots of iconic characters, is also known as "the Father of American Superheroes."
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