At 95-years-old, Stan Lee was a comic book legend. However, despite being touted as a “creative genius” whose original characters launched the multi-billion-dollar Marvel movie franchise, Lee was no mastermind when it came to handling his money. In fact, Lee consistently made ill-advised business decisions that would cost him over the course of his lifetime. While there were failed business ventures and crooked business partners who entered his path, one of the worst moneymaking decisions Lee ever made was when he traded up his future movie points for a lonely $10 million payout from Marvel. This meant that when the Spiderman and Iron Man movies became box-office hits and made billions of dollars, Lee didn’t get a dime. Despite his financial missteps, Lee led a charmed life well into his 90s, working on new characters and doing his famous cameos in over 60 Hollywood comic blockbusters. But in the year prior to his death, the late icon’s life would play out like a plot in one of his comic books. As soon as his beloved wife Joan of seventy years dies, a man named Keya Morgan swoops in to manage his career and finances. Friends accuse Morgan of isolating the elderly star and reports suggest that he had embezzled $5 million worth of his assets. The plot thickens after Stan Lee finally dies, with Morgan on the run from the law and Lee’s only child, JC Lee, on a warpath to recover the money she claims was stolen from her father’s $50 million estate.