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'.
Posted through Stan Lee's official Twitter account, the recording occurred while a crew was setting up for a more official video.More news: Amy Schumer hospitalized with hyperemesis during second trimester of pregnancy
'We know how much Stan meant to you, and we thought it would be nice for you to hear how much your support meant to him'. I can not tell you how much I love my fans. He signed off by confessing his love for the fans once more. "And I realize, it's so lucky to have fans, fans who really care about you". "But they care, you have something in common and occasionally you contact each other".
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".More news: Draymond Green Is ‘Moving Forward’ From Incident With Kevin Durant
When one user suggested people were posting photos to remember "how it felt to meet him", Hammer suggested doing so "makes his death about you".
And even though Lee is gone, we still have a couple of cameos to look forward to, at least according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. It's fair to say that the entertainment world would be a very different place if not for his work, and several industry titans have taken out ads in The Hollywood Reporter to honor his legacy and mourn his legacy. He is said to have completed filming on four future cameos, which will appear in Avengers 4, Captain Marvel, Wreck-it Ralph 2 and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.More news: Why the USA could lose a war against China