Stan Lee made an impact on the entire world by his Marvel superheroes. He was the creator of some of the best and iconic superheroes and a writer whose intelligence and excellence had no match. He breathed his last on 12th November in Los Angeles, USA and with his passing away the world lost an inspiration of joy.
Stan Lee was the creator of superheroes like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Jean Grey, Hulk, Captain America, Doctor Strange, Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Black Panther, The X- Men, Thor, and Captain Marvel. He is known to create more than a thousand characters which only show how creative and feisty his mind and pen were.
Other than being a comic writer, he was a weaver of dreams and aspirations. His words gave the wings to imagine to millions of children and adults all around the world. His words had the power to transfer us into the cosmos which was an escape from poverty, bullying, hopelessness, and alienation. He taught the world that it was perfectly fine to be different and that the superheroes do exist among the ordinary people.
He introduced the concept of multiverse, turning a scientific theory into a reality which negotiates the technological and imagination prowess of the present generation. His ideas and theories of space and time were mostly in tune with the latest developments in the field of science. He was basically a teacher of space who made studying interesting.
His characters were also school going teenagers and Stan knew how to tackle the problems faced by millions of people with just a stroke of a brush. He was the source of power for a child who was bullied, and someone who could relate to Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. Like any normal child, even his characters fell prey to being bullied in the school but they did not accept defeat. Such things inspired teenagers even in real life.
He taught us the importance of being humble also that ‘With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility’.
With Stan Lee gone, we know that Excelsior o weaver of dreams, the superhero of all the superheroes is gone too.