March 1971

"One answer to the question of why Jim Steranko has been absent from our pages recently is the fact that he's been hard at work writing his monumental History of Comics. Stan no sooner read the first copy than he grabbed the phone to congratulate the jaunty one on the cataclysmic job he'd done."

From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 94

February 1971

"We try to make it a point not to plug any of our titles too enthusiastically on this page, because these are supposed to be news items rather than hardsell ads. However..."

From Captain America, Vol. 1, No. 134

January 1971

"So say 'hi' to Bashful Berni Wrightson who's been doing our mystery covers lately, as well as penciling, inking, coloring, and co-authoring a yarn in Tower of Shadows #8! Also, let's welcome Roarin' Rich Buckler, who's presently penciling a brand-new thriller for us."

From Fantastic Four, Vol. 1, No. 106

December 1970

"Our belated thanks to Sgt. Roger D. Landsberger, 284th MP Co. in Viet Nam, for sending us that great newspaper pic of "Captain America", one of the mighty V-100 armored vehicles of the 66th Military Police Company in Phu Toi. Other names used on these fantastic fighting machines are Thor, Iron Man, Daredevil, etc.
Now, if only that could make everybody stop fighting and start reading...!"

From Captain America, Vol. 1, No. 132

November 1970

"Having contacted virtually every artist, writer, and comic-mag creator in the field, I couldn't wait to tell you the big news. An industry-wide society, to be called the Academy of Comic Book Arts has just been formed, which, hopefully, will do for comics what the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has done for films..."

From Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1, No. 133

October 1970

"Even if you're one of Sugar-Lips [Gil] Kane's countless fans, you're still in for a startling surprise when you see how magnificently he's captured the spirit and the excitement which only Stan The Man's web-spinning wonder can muster!"

From Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1, No. 89