Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, X-Men, the Hulk and the Fantastic Four, among many other characters, is no spring chicken. He's 86 years-old. But if he was a youngster, would he go into comic books?
"If I were young now and I wanted to do stories," Lee told The Guardian, "I would very much want to get into the videogame business because it's the most exciting."
While Marvel has licensed its characters out to developers for game development, Lee's involvement seems largely hands-off.
"Videogames and movies are the most exciting forms of entertainment," he continues. "But a videogame in a way is more imaginative, it has more variety. In a movie you stick to the plotline, in a videogame you go in a million different directions. I have no idea how they're able to do that. It's like a miracle."
Know what's an even bigger miracle? When they make good games.