Stan Lee, the 95-year-old spiritual father of the superheroes of Marvel Comics, is discharged from the hospital where he sat night was recorded due to cardiac arrhythmias. “I feel great, went to a follow-up visit”, confirmed the American author today in an interview with news channel ABC.
“I’m glad I had a night in the hospital could stay. I found that a follow-up visit no evil could. It has made me even extra publicity is completed”, he stated after his discharge from the Cedars Sinai hospital in Los Angeles.
Lee is expected back tomorrow to get started. “I hope my work for as long as possible to be able to run”, says the legendary comic book writer.
Stan Lee began his career in 1939 as assistant to his uncle at stripmaker Timely Comics. He knew there soon to climb to the chief editor. Later, he made with artist Jack Kirby, the famous comic book series “The Fantastic Four”. In his career he created no less than a hundred strips such as “Hulk,” “Spider-Man”, “Doctor Strange”, “X-Men” and “Daredevil”.