Global super-brand Marvel has a long history of awkwardly addressing zeitgeist-y sociopolitical flashpoints. In the near-apocalyptically tense year of 1968, co-writers Stan Lee and Jack Kirby took on countercultural protest by having Thor tell a bunch of hippies to stop lazing around and fight for change within the system. While
From Galactus and the Silver Surfer to the Inhumans and Black Panther, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's "FF" was the first chapter for Marvel's mightiest creations.
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