|I wouldn't do that.|
The post by Sian Cain is about a letter then 16-year-old George R.R. Martin sent to Stan Lee about a 1964 issue of the Fantastic Four Marvel Comics. The letter and the response were published in a subsequent issue. In his letter Mr. Martin tells Mr. Lee how great the comic is, but then he points out a problem with the plot. Mr. Lee doesn't mince words. He tells the teenager that he is right. There is indeed a plot problem.
Panzer says, "Boy, he was one brave kid to do that."
Note: This is a shortish post. A cup of tea should be enough for today's read.
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