This is Misha Collins, who you may know better as Castiel on Supernatural. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF CW He's funny. And an angel. It's pretty legit. And people are freaking out because he delivered 1,000 free slices of pizza to the Hall H line at Comic-Con. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com For those who don't know, "Hall H" is essentially a long line where people wait for HOURS to see panels and their faves appear at Comic-Con. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Like, these girls had been waiting in line for 14 hours. Erin La Rosa for BuzzFeed And it was only 11 p.m., which meant they had the whole night to go... Yeah, Hall H in general is a terrible, harrowing experience. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Which is why Misha enlisted some help from Random Acts, a charity he founded, to treat the superfans of Hall H to some free slices. Erin La Rosa for BuzzFeed Misha said the whole Hall H concept is a bit "barbaric," and that making people wait for that many hours just isn't right. “I work with and founded a charity called Random Acts," Misha explained. “Last year I handed out coffee to everyone who had waited overnight in the Comic-Con line, and it was a very well-appreciated gesture. But in an effort to switch things up, we’re doing a nighttime version of the same thing, and Pizza Hut donated all these pizzas.” He literally hopped in a pedicab filled with pizzas and rode it to the Hall H line. View this vine on Vine vine.co This pizza gift comes on the heels of Misha's other project that he also founded, the Gishwhes scavenger hunt, which starts in a week. Needless to say, the folks waiting in line at Hall H were incredibly excited. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Erin La Rosa for BuzzFeed “It feels like Comic-Con is a community of people who are a little bit of misfits, who all of a sudden fit in and it’s awesome," Misha said. "And I see myself that way, so I do love seeing all of these people feel so in their element.” Last year it was coffee, this year it was pizza... What should next year be?! View this vine on Vine vine.co Misha's personal favorite pizza topping? “It's pear, but I’m into kind of weird shit," he said.