Jimmy Kimmel shares his childhood drawing of Stan Lee as a comic book superhero

The host of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" said he "idolized" the famed comic book writer and said when he was 8 years old he asked his mom to mail his "Manly Stan Lee" drawing to Lee.
0:44 | 12/13/18

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I love to drawn out and I idol lights stand when I was about seven years old and possibly eight years old somewhere in. In that range I was living in Brooklyn. I loved scantily and so I drew a picture of Stanley. As a superhero. And I asked my mom to mail it to him. And fortunately my mom did not mail him which I didn't know until later on why it. It was agreed with the Tora muscles that time I had done but still won't have any. Theory is these Spiderman and an oversized pencil. And I wrote man Lee Stanley. I was in there.

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