Channing Tatum helps Stan Lee off stage, melts Internet's heart

Because we didn't love him enough after the incredible-ness that were 21 Jump Street and Magic Mike XXL, Channing Tatum once again proved his National Treasure status at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.

At the 20th Century Fox presentation in Hall H -- which CBR covered -- moderator Chris Hardwick ended the festivities by bringing out the cast of "X-Men: Apocalypse," "Fantastic Four" and "Deadpool" in order to take the largest and most awesome superhero selfie ever. As if that caliber of actors weren't enough, Stan Lee made a surprise appearance and joined them on stage -- followed unexpectedly by Channing Tatum as he'll be playing Gambit in Fox's upcoming film of the same name.

Then came the moment.

As self-professed Tatum fan Fei noticed and pointed out via Tumblr after the photo, while all the other actors caught up with each other, Tatum ran over to help the 92-year-old Lee off the stage.

Yeah. Excuse us all while we turn into a puddle of goo over the wonderfulness that is Channing Tatum.

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