Last Monday, Marvel went to Stan Stan Lee at the age of 95. One of his latest videos, a heartwarming ode to his fans, will cause tears in his eyes …
On November 12, 2018, Stan Lee, creator of countless world-renowned heroes such as Spider-Man, Hulk or X-Men, died at the age of 95. After that, it did not take long and almost the entire Internet was full of some really moving sad declarations and memories of probably the most famous cartoon bookwriter ever. But even the most emotional of these texts and images is nothing compared to one of the latest videos that Stan Lee has takenand is now shared with the world via his Twitter account. It was created during the filming of an official video and what the weak comic guru does in a big chair wearing dark sunglasses nothing less than the perfect love statement to their fans:
"I love my fans"Lee starts with a broken voice,
"I can not tell you how much I love my fans." And then he continues to explain the importance of his followers for his life: "Sometimes when I'm sitting there at night, I think," What's the meaning behind all this? "But then I get a letter from a fan or read something or see something or remember something and realize it's really a good luck to have fans – fans you really care about. And that's why my fans are so important to me, they make me feel so good […] It's so wonderful when you're as important to someone you're to who you've never met, who may even live in a completely different part of the world. But you mean something to them, you have something in common, and sometimes you even get in touch […] I love you all "Lee, who unfortunately died, finishes his warm-hearted ode.
And those who do not have tears in the eyes now, maybe look back at how Hollywood has said goodbye to the great Marvel man. We have summarized the most beautiful farewell messages for you. The six original Avengers Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner and Chris Evan have also come up with something special Hollywood Reporter and thus expressed his respect, compassion and gratitude: