Discussion conducted by Mike Gold, head of public relations for DC Comics, Inc., at 1976 Chicago Comicon featuring Stan Lee (publisher of Marvel Comics), Jenette Kahn (publisher of DC Comics), and Harvey Kurtzman (freelance humorist and co-creator of Litt

It can be hard to work in an industry that is not seen as reputible, but Stan Lee stands up for his industry and argues that the comic book industry is different from magazines and other industries. Kahn argues that comics, when they were first starting, were better than movies and rivaled tv because they could be take home and the fantasy could be relived. Comics are not low quality they are for the masses.

Resource Identifier
Stan Lee papers, Collection No. 8302, Box 3, Folder 10, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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