Stan Lee the comic book titan dies.


Dylan Maynard, reporter

Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee’s death certificate has been released and it states that he died from heart failure and breathing issues.


The death certificate was obtained from the Los Angeles Department of Health. According to People, Lee suffered from aspiration pneumonia, a complication which occurs when one inhales food, drink, vomit or saliva into their lungs.


In a report by TMZ, Lee had revealed that he was battling pneumonia and had to cancel several appearances because of the same.


The man who single-handedly weaved the Marvel universe with some exceptional superheroes was known for his special appearances in the movies and comics based on his work.


The writer behind superhero characters like Black Panther, Spider-Man, Iron Man, black widow, Thor, Hulk, Captain America and many more, died on November 13 in Los Angeles at the age of 95.


Recent projects Lee helped make possible range from the films “Avengers: Infinity War,” ”Black Panther” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” to such TV series as “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” and “Daredevil.” Lee was recognizable to his fans – he had cameos in Marvel films and TV projects – his hair gray and his glasses slightly tinted.


“I think everybody loves things that are bigger than life. … I think of them as fairy tales for grown-ups,” he told The Associated Press in a 2006 interview. “We all grew up with giants and ogres and witches. Well, you get a little bit older and you’re too old to read fairy tales. But I don’t think you ever outgrow your love for those kind of things, things that are bigger than life and magical and very imaginative.”