Newly Surfaced Stan Lee Video Shows How Much He Loved His Fans

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Posted through Stan Lee's official Twitter account, the recording occurred while a crew was setting up for a more official video.

"I know how much you loved Joan", wrote Boseman, referring to Lee's wife Joan Boocock, who passed away last summer.

The creative wizard who co-created Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor and X-Men added, 'They make me feel so great'.

On Monday, Hammer wrote in a now-deleted tweet, "So touched by all of the celebrities posting pictures of themselves with Stan Lee... no better way to commemorate an absolute legend than putting up a picture of yourself".

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The new-released video shows the 95-year-old Marvel creator declaring his relationship with his followers was 'an equal love fest - because I love my fans'. "But they care, you have something in common and occasionally you contact each other". And that's the reason I care so much about the fans. "This business of fans I think is terrific, and I love 'em all".

" I'm sitting here, and I'm thinking, 'Ah".

Lee left behind a legacy of dozens of incredible characters that remain at the forefront of entertainment today, and many that will never be forgotten. These tributes have been touching and handsome, and it's comforting to see that even though Stan Lee isn't here anymore, his legacy will live in.

Lee had his fingers in all that Marvel produced, but some of the characters and plot lines "came from the artists being inspired by what was happening in the '60s", said freelance writer Alex Simmons.