The back story, obviously that begins with the Stanley, Dan Kirby version.
And it came at a time when the totem of the panther was actually part of our revolutionary spirit.
Stan Lee is just is if you've ever met him.
He's not worried about what anybody else is doing.
I think he was just open enough to catch the revolutionary spirit, even as a white man.
The heart of it has been built on from what Stanley and Dan Carvy did.
You need [UNKNOWN] you need Tanehisi to build on that from their knowledge, their education, their actual spirituality from the African Different perspective I think they all have these if they have brought to this thing.
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