Comic book maven Stan Lee died on Monday after he was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, he was 95-years-old.

“My father loved all of his fans. He was the greatest, most decent man,” his daughter Joan, 69, told TMZ, confirming his passing.

Lee has had some bouts with his health, most recently he was treated for pneumonia. He also lost his wife Joan in July 2017.

In 1961, he co-founded Marvel Comics which had been previously known as Atlas Comics.

Lee kicked off the new Marvel brand with Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko writing The Fantastic Four. He then created other comics such as Spider-Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, and The Avengers and many others.

He was also known for his cameos in film adaptations and spin-offs of his comic book creations. Recently he was the dog walker in Venom.

There are currently 12 movies either in production or post-production based on his characters, the latest is Spider-Man: Far From Home.