Marvel comic book creator, Stan Lee, has died aged 95.
The creative genius revolutionised comic books by creating superheroes that had human frailties such as The Hulk, Spiderman and The Fantastic Four.
According to Hollywood Reporter, he was declared dead at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Many of his creations including Black Panther and Spiderman went on to become blockbuster movies and franchises.
He was credited with reviving the genre in the 1960s by giving younger readers the actions and costumes they wanted while still providing sophisticated plots and dialogue.