"Even Professors Read Them." Dave Burgin, Newspaper Enterprise Assn (News Chronicle, Thousand Oaks, Calif.), January 5, 1966

This article notes the new sophistication of comic books using the complex character of Spider-Man as an example. Stan Lee explains that nearly all of Spider-Man's fan mail comes from college students, who try to figure out the character's psyche. A college student quoted in the story states that Marvel Comics has created "the first breed of supercharacters that college students--and working adults for that matter--can really identify with."

Resource Identifier
Stan Lee papers, Collection No. 8302, Box 3, Folder 11, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming
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