"We lost a creative genius. Stan Lee was a pioneering force in the superhero world"

"Marvel and the whole company of Walt Disney welcome the life and care of Stan Lee and his eternal thanks for the incomparable achievements he has achieved in their walls. Whenever you open a comic book, Stan will stay thereSaid Marvel, who was still honorary president, said in a statement.

"Stan Lee was remarkable as the characters he created. Real superhero for Marvel fans around the world, Stan had the power to inspire, entertain and connect peopleBob Iger, director of the Disney group, said that he bought Marvel for $ 4 billion in 2009 and Stan Lee's Superheroes became world-class players.

Celebrity from all walks of life, from Governor of New York to Tesla's founder, Elon Musk, gave him a sign that had a tremendous impact on popular culture.

"Zeus, give him your throne. Now he is now the real boss among the godsWritten by French cartoonist Joann Sfar on Twitter.

Hugh Jackman, who played in Wolverine, X-Men, at the cinema: "We lost a creative genius. Stan Lee was a pioneering force in the world of superheroes. I am proud that I was a small part of his legacy … and that I helped bring one of his heroes into life.(Stan Lee created the X-Men, but did not create the character of Wolverine, note)

Mark Hamill, known for its interpretation of Luke Skywalker, in the saga "Star Wars": "His contribution to pop culture was revolutionary and can not be trapped (completely). It was all you could hope for this, and more. I loved this man and will always miss him. It's said that I can never meet my puppies. That's wrong. "

Chris Evans, who played in Captain America several films from Marvel universe: "There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades, young people and older people have offered adventure, escape, comfort, trust, inspiration, power, friendship and joy. She gave a lot of love and kindness and left an indelible impression on many, many, many lives. Excelsior! " (the word often used by Stan Lee)

Tom Holland, who interpreted the role of Peter Parker in the film "Spider-Man: Homecoming": "How many millions of debts owe this to this gentleman, no one more than me. Marvel's father is so many people extremely happy. What kind of life and what success? Rest in peace, Stan. "

Robert Downey Jr, who played in Iron Man: "I owe you everything … Rest in peace, Stan. "

Frank Miller, another great American comic author: "Destroyed with the death of my friend Stan. He inspired me in my childhood, he was one of my mentors, when I started, a really nice man. I will miss him terribly. "

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