“Vital to any montage of ’60s iconography is the cavalcade of Esquire covers designed by George Lois in the gold-rush days of editor Harold T.P. Hayes – what those ballistic talents Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were to the rejuvenation of Comic books at Marvel in the’60s, the playfully fearless Hayes and Lois were to the liberation of magazine journalism.”

JAMES WOLCOTT, VANITY FAIR