Comic artist Walter Simonson, known for his work on Marvel Comics' "Thor," was signing autographs at new York Comic Con when he was approached by one young fan.
Within moments, Simonson was out of his seat and rounding the table.
When approached by a handicapped fan who could not see above the table, Simonson immediately left his chair, rounded the table, and sat down next to him.
"There was no way he would have been able to see me drawing," Simonson explained. "I went around the booth and sat on the floor in front of him so he can see the drawing develop."
Simonson's actions have touched fans, who have rushed to share an outpouring of admiration and thanks.
An employee at the booth commented on Saffel's post, calling Simonson "wonderful" and "caring."
Benny Gelillo put it perfectly: "I could not have chosen a better guy to admire."