Using your knowledge of comic book history, take a guess at who made the following anti-comics statement:
"Comics...have created a world of fantasy that is almost as real to adults as it is to children. And that means that sane grownups cannot tell the difference between fact and fancy. There are millions of normal men and women today who have no mental resistance at all to tales of the weirdly impossible. No supernatural being is too illogical to believe in. Orson Welles' fascinating radio experiment proved that Americans today are living an imaginary mental life in a comics-created world."