From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 40
What's wrong with Kirby, your best? Now he only draws two comics completely, and helps out on a couple of others. He probably could easily do another mag or two."
From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 39
After all these years, we're sorry to see him go, and we wish the talented guy success with his future endeavors."
From Fantastic Four, Vol. 1, No. 52
From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 37
The Ol' Bullpen Page wasn't kidding about The Marvel Superheroes series using "exactly the same art and stories"; panels from the comics were directly incorporated into the cartoon, xeroxed onto the cels and given life via very limited animation techniques and camera work.
Reuse of backgrounds, expressions, and any other bit of celluloid that looked like it had one more go in it was a hallmark of the series, as was wonderful voice acting, courtesy of many great talents from the CBC (Including John Vernon and pretty much anyone who had a speaking part on Wayne & Shuster.) Click to image to the left to browse a YouTube playlist featuring episodes of the series.
Grantray-Lawrence and Krantz Films also produced the immortal Rocket Robin Hood cartoon, and in 1967, the first Spider-Man cartoon, which also featured occasionally wonky animation, swell voice work, and theme songs catchier than herpes and more sanity-damaging than syphilis.
"The turning point for comics was about three years ago, when Stan Lee decided to try to reach readers beyond the bubble-gum brigade. Aiming at high school and college students, he created the Fantastic Four... The result for Marvel is impressive and promising. It is selling 33, 000, 000 copies a year."
From Fantastic Four Vol. 1, No. 50
"Anyway, our tantalizin' titles are sold thruout Latin America with one exception - the bearded one has banned all comic books in Cuba as subversive literature! That's probably the nicest compliment we've had all year!"
From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 35
"For example, all Stan [Lee] has to do with the pros like Jack "King" Kirby, dazzling Don Heck, and darlin' Dick Ayers is give them the germ of an idea and they make up all the details as they go along, drawing and plotting out the story. Then, our leader simply takes the finished drawings and adds all the dialogue and captions! Sounds complicated? Maybe it is, but it's another reason why no one else can bring you that old Marvel magic!"
From Fantastic Four, Vol. 1, No. 48