Stan Lee Deliver Posthumous Message To Fans In New Video

Joann Johnston
November 16, 2018

After the demise of comic book legend Stan Lee, his social media handlers shared an emotional video clip which has Lee's final message to his fans.

This is a candid moment caught in between shooting official video, and it's such a touching tribute to fans of Stan Lee. There was a mutual respect and appreciation between the two, and it's nice to see that even at 95, Lee wasn't exhausted of fans expressing their love and appreciation for him.

In the video posted on his official Twitter handle on Wednesday, the creator of superhero characters like Iron Man and Thor revealed his vast love for the numerous fans around the world. "I can not tell you how much I love my fans", Lee tells an interviewer in the clip. He signed off by confessing his love for the fans once more.

"No better way to commemorate an absolute legend than putting up a picture of yourself", he wrote, sparking swift backlash from Lee fans, including "Walking Dead" actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

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

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When one fan asked, "What else u supposed to do when someone dies armie", Hammer shot back, "If your answer is "post a selfie" then I think we need a cultural revamp across the board". Sometimes fame can change a person and they forget how much their work can mean to people.

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.

It's not just the everyday fans who respected the hell out of Stan Lee, either.

Rest in peace, Stan Lee.

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