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Channing Tatum Finally Got His 'Helping the Elderly' Badge at Comic-Con

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If you thought your love for Channing Tatum had peaked after seeing Magic Mike XXL, well here's some news for you. It didn't. At last weekend's Comic-Con, Stan Lee took a legendary selfie surrounded by the superheroes he created.

Tatum, though, proved the strongest superhero of all, helping the 92-year-old writer off of the stage while Marvel's most popular characters socialized in the background. If your heart is still intact instead of a puddle on the floor, this will fix that.