That Time The Creator Of Game Of Thrones Wrote Stan Lee A Sarcastic Letter At 15

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Jun. 25, 2014

The creator of Game of Thrones was quite the petulant child at the young age of 15. And apparently, even at 15, George R.R. Martin knew what good writing was and jumped at the chance to let legends Stan lee and Jack Kirby know they really missed the mark in one of their Fantastic Four issues.  Not only did he let them know, but in the most sarcastic way possible.

Here's George's original letter from 1963:

Almost makes me feel sorry for Lee & Kirby. 1963 was a different time for entertainment when realism wasn't exactly something that was popular in comics, television or movies. The Jetson's had only been on television for a year. And fantasy, even in real life, was what people wanted.  But hey, George had a different theory on fantasy as most of us later found out.

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source: themarysue.com

5 comments
loveskanks
loveskanks User

Wait a tic..back then he only had 1 'R' middle initial.  I smell an imposter!

RobJVM
RobJVM User

O soft and pink with purple head.

Gently you lay with me on my bed.

"Growl, growl" calls the wiener from on high

A little tiny wiener, still so pleasing to the eye.

Mekon
Mekon User

Paul Gambaccini is also a famous broadcaster and DJ for BBC Radio in the UK.  He was also heavily involved in the Marvel Comics fanzine scene such as Brand Echh! and FOOM! and went on to establish the Academy of Comic Book Fans and Collectors.  

AndrewST
AndrewST User

I don't think anyone would be surprised that he could write at 15, at least not in the way he did. It is always awesome to see "early" works of now famous or brilliant people. A small glimpse into their mind and how they have changed over the years.