Although you can not believe it. It's a bit hard for some comic world fans to believe, but the great Stan Lee not only participated in these comics and series about them, but there was a time when he also devoted himself to anime. In this note, we will tell you all the information.
After the death of Stan Lee, the creator of the legendary Marvel, hundreds of exciting facts have emerged from one another after talking about the characters he created, his gentlemen and the projects he has never done. Everything is always connected with the comic world, but with surprise for many, the legends of Wonder He also participated in writing two Japanese animation series.
The first anime in which Stan Lee took part was Heroman. Created along with the research bones, tells Joey, an orphan boy living with his grandmother and working in a cafeteria, tells about who, after failing to get a luxury robot, resigns and comes to an old and different find. It was abandoned in the waste bin. It would not be expected that after receiving lightning, they eventually turned into a fuse, turning them into the only hope that mankind should survive alien invasion.
Anime was released in Japan in 2010 and has a total of 26 episodes.
The second anime that Stan Lee made her mind was directed by Hiroshi Nagahama, also known as Mushishi's director. This project was called "Reflection" tells us about the world in which they decided to call "Thought" after the event, thousands of people around the world began to gain powers, some become heroes and many other villains, creating a chaotic atmosphere and disturbances that lead the viewer to fill in questions about what really happening in this series.
Undoubtedly, there are two pretty curious animi that, undoubtedly, are the fantasy you should try seeing knowing that Stan Lee took part in these.