Stan Lee's final message shared on his Twitter account: I love my fans, they make me feel so great
'I realise it's so lucky to have fans, fans who really care about you. That's the reason I care so much about them,' Stan Lee says in a video shared on Twitter.
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.
Lee's message of gratitude was posted on Thursday via his official Twitter account.
So many wonderful moments with Stan came spontaneously. As we were setting up the camera one day, he casually started talking about his fans. 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. pic.twitter.com/WTX8U1afLm
— stan lee (@TheRealStanLee) November 14, 2018
"I love my fans. I cannot tell you how much I love my fans. Sometimes at night, I am sitting here and I'm thinking 'What's it all about?' And then I get a letter from a fan or I read something or I see something or I remember something, and I realise it's so lucky to have fans, fans who really care about you. That's the reason I care so much about the fans because they make me feel so great," Lee said.
Known for co-creating Marvel's beloved superheroes like Spider-Man, the X-Men, The Fantastic Four, the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, Black Panther and Doctor Strange, Lee died at the age of 95 after suffering from Pneumonia.
(Also read — Stan Lee's 8 greatest characters: From Black Panther to Doctor Doom, they were a product of troubled times)
With inputs from Indo-Asian News Service.
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