SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 News spoke to Stan Lee in San Francisco in 2014 when the Marvel Comics legend took center stage at a Giants game.
Lee was on hand for "Heroes and Comics Night" at AT&T Park on June 7, 2014.
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He threw out the first pitch and spoke to ABC7 News about one of his greatest joys.
"One thing I get a real kick out of is kids that come dressed as various Marvel superheroes. And it's always a thrill, I see little Spidermen and Little Captain Americas and little Thors running around. I just love it," said Lee.
Lee said former Giants relief pitcher Sergio Romo was his kind of real-life superhero.
Lee is known world-wide for creating hundreds of comic book characters, including The Avengers, The Fantastic Four, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Iron man, The amazing Spider-Man, and Captain America.
Lee died Monday. He was 95.
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Remembering Stan Lee's 2014 SF visit for Giants' 'Heroes and Comics Night'