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Topic - Savannah College Of Art
Before he scripted the first adventures of Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, a young Stan Lee launched his career in comic books as a lowly sidekick. To hear Lee tell it, the artists he worked for as a teenage assistant in 1940 might as well have dubbed him the Anonymous Eraser-Boy.
Museums in Charleston and Savannah, Ga., have joined the Google Art Project — the only Southern art museums that are part of the virtual art gallery on the Internet.
Think of them as the senior class of the "usual gang of idiots." Or the original MAD men perhaps.