Although you can not believe it. For many fans of the comics world, it may be hard to believe, but great Stan Lee would not only be involved in the production of these comics and series about them, but there was time to devote to the anime In this note, we will tell you all the details.
After the death of Stan Lee, the legendary creator of Marvel, hundreds of unusual facts appeared one by one, referring to the heroes he created, to those he did and to projects he never made. Everything was always about the world of comics, but to the surprise of many, the legend of Marvel He also took part in writing for two Japanese animated series.
The first anime Stan Lee participated was & # 39; Heroman & # 39 ;. Created in cooperation with studio costumes, tells the story of Joey, an orphan boy who lives with his grandmother and works in a cafeteria, who, after being unable to get a luxury robot, resigns and finishes finding the old and weird Abandoned in a container. What is not expected is that after the application of lightning will complete the conversion into a fuse that will both turn into the only hope that humanity must survive the alien invasion.
Anime was released in Japan in 2010 and had a total of 26 episodes.
The second anime Stan Lee set for his wit, directed by Hiroshi Nagahama, also known for directing "Mushishi". This project is named "Reflection" tells us the story of a world where after the event they decided to call the "Reflection", thousands of people around the world began to gain power, some become heroes and many others in the crimes, creating a chaos atmosphere and a disturbance that leads the viewer to fill in questions about what actually Happens in this series.
There are no doubt two pretty curious animes that undoubtedly like fans should try to see after they found out that Stan Lee took part in them.