This man is the sweetest and most humble person I’ve ever met. I’d really like to share my experience today. The security said he might not come out, but as soon as he got to the studio he ran right over to us! I handed him my painting and he grabbed it and said “Look at this beautiful piece of work!” Then he hesitated and said “Are you sure you want me to sign it?” In such an adorable way, like he thought he would mess it up. I said yes and he asked me where…so he did, then looked at it and complimented it again. And then as if I wasn’t already blessed enough, he took pictures with me. I actually cried after he went inside.
Even when they were rushing him to go inside, he kept signing. But he missed a little boy who wanted him to sign his Spiderman hat. He didn’t come back out again after the show, but before he left, he had them get the little boy and bring him into the studio where his car was, just to meet him.
If that isn’t just the sweetest thing, idk what is. He cares for his fans so much. He knows what Spiderman means to us, because he means the same for him too. And he tries so hard to embody that, both on and off film. I can’t even explain how grateful I am for those few minutes of his time and the genuine kindness he showed me, even when I’m sure he is so tired from the tour and all the press he just did.
As someone who has been reading the Spiderman comics and an avid Spidey fan for over 20 years, I truly believe that no one deserves to wear that suit more than Andrew. I said thank you to him, and I only wish he knew that I meant it for so much more than just that autograph.