Joan Lee, the wife of legendary Marvel Comics writer-editor and executive Stan Lee, died Thursday in Los Angeles, according to media reports.Lee has credited Joan for inspiring “Fantastic Four,” the comic series he created with Jack Kirby that propelled Marvel comics into prominence and redefined the superhero genre.Originally from England, Joan moved to the United States after marrying an American soldier during the second world war.Joan Lee was a writer herself, penning a 1987 novel called “The Pleasure Palace,” and also occasionally worked with the characters her husband helped to create.
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