According to TMZ, Stan Lee’s daughter, J.C. Lee, has confirmed that the two worked on and created a new superhero before the visionaries death on Monday.
Stan Lee’s death has hit marvel fans around the world pretty hard and tributes have been coming out of the woodwork as a thank you for the man that gave the world so many amazing superheroes. His characters brought joy and inspiration to millions of individuals and they will continue to do so until the end of time. But, in the wake of this tragic event, some good news has arisen from Lee’s Daughter J.C.
According to J.C., her and her father developed a new superhero before his passing. She claims he had worked as recently as the weekend before he died. The father-daughter collaboration resulted in a new hero to add to Marvel’s roster known as Dirt Man. The character was the result of J.C.’s attempts to convince her dad to work with her on a superhero. While she developed the Dirt Man concept alone, her father did end up joining the creative process. While she didn’t give any details on Dirt Man’s powers or backstory she did vow to continue the process in his absence.
It is safe to say that Marvel fans everywhere will be keeping their fingers crossed that Lee’s final creation will see the glossy pages of Marvel comics or make a debut in the MCU. Either way, the world is waiting for Dirt Man.
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In 1961, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby launched Marvel as it is known today with The Fantastic Four and went on to create some of the most beloved heroes and villains in comic book history, including Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk, and The Avengers. Today, Lee’s Marvel characters are the subjects of some of the most successful and acclaimed comic books films, most of which feature cameo appearances by the legend himself.
Stan Lee is survived by his daughter J.C.