It's not easy being Stan Lee, particularly when it feels as if people only like you for your body of work.
"I'm glad people care about Spider-Man and Iron Man and the X-Men and the Hulk and Doctor Strange and all the others," the legendary creator says in the latest installment of "Stan's Rants." "But this burns me up: I'll meet somebody. 'Hello, how are you? My name is Stan.' 'I'm Joe, that's fine ... Hey, Stan, tell me about Spider-Man.' Or, 'Hey, Stan, how come in the latest Iron Man story you did ... Stan, how come this happened?' Nobody ever says to me, 'Tell me about yourself.' All they want to know is my characters. How about me? What makes me happy? Did I have a good day, did I have a bad day? What are my hopes, my dreams, my aspirations? Nobody cares!"
Aw, we care, Stan. You're more than a sign post to us. Really. Watch the video below, featuring Stan Lee, the man of a thousand voices -- well, at least three.