The icon building, located in the center of the city, shed light on the face with a superhero creator like Spiderman, Hulk, Iron Man, X-Men or The Fantastic Quota.
Colpetria Tower, located in the heart of Bogotá, was highly praised by US Stan Lee Lee, a writer and editor of the superhero comics, who died on Monday afternoon. After the TMZ and Hollywood Reporter confirmed the death of the creator of the Marvel Comics universe, the iconic capital built the lights with Lee's face. (READ OUT: Stan Lee died, the creator of Marvel's universe)
A famous creator of cartoon character characters such as Spider-Man and an indispensable reference to popular culture in recent decades, He died in Los Angeles at the age of 95. Lee, born in New York in 1922, has recently suffered a number of health problems and died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center hospital where he was moved early from his home in the Hollywood hills early in the morning. "My father loved all his fans, he was the most decent and great man," said Joan Celia Lee, daughter of the artist.
Torre Colpatria, in Bogotá, Colombia, pays a little present to Stan Lee pic.twitter.com/PoNFSowlLb
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From the editorial Marvel, Lee, together with cartoonists such as Jack Kirby or Steve Ditko, formulated as a whole a constellation of unforgettable comic heroes, In addition to Spider-Man, they are Hulk, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, X-Men or Daredevil.
"I was embarrassed because I was just a comic book writer when other people built bridges or dedicated to medicine. And then I began to realize: entertainment is one of the most important things in people's lives. Without this, we could lose temper. I feel that if you are able to have fun, you do something good, "said Lee Washington Post in 2015.
Social networks in which Stan Lee's death quickly became a global trend were filled with messages from celebrities and ordinary people who mourned Lee's death and emphasized his vast legacy. Also, Marvel issued a statement with Disney, with which he worked on films about his superheroes, in which he donated Leeu.
"Stan Lee was remarkable as the characters he created," said Walt Disney president Bob Iger.
"He had the power of enthusiasm, fun and connectivity, and the scope of his imagination surpassed only the size of his heart," added an artist who has always appeared in humorous cameras in Marvel films.
Also, DC Comics, the great competition company Marvelja, donated Leeu. "This has changed the way we look at heroes and modern comics will always have an indelible mark, and their contagious enthusiasm reminds us why we have fallen in love with these stories from the beginning," says the editorial board.
Ryan Reynolds, Letitia Wright, Rosario Dawson, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Elon Musk were also part of a large list of celebrities who showed their grief over Lee's death. In addition to the constant health problems in recent years, Lee has had to face in 2017 with the death of his wife, Joan Lee, the wife he had been married for almost seven decades.
On the other hand, Lee has applied for a retaliation against his former manager, Keiji Morgan, this year in the midst of a confused case of the alleged abuse of an artist. Lee, known for his irritating and witty character, published in 2002 his autobiography "Excelsior! The Amazing Life of Stan Lee" and in 2010 released a documentary about his life titled "With Great Power: Story Lee".