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By the end of the 1960s, the phone calls from drug-addled Doctor Strange fans had given way to even weirder visits, like the appearance at 635 Madison of two members of the Process Church. As usual, Stan Lee graciously each offered his callers one of the sourballs he kept on his desk, and if he felt any discomfort when his guests told him, in a spiel about the “reconciliation of opposites,” that they praised both Jesus Christ and Satan, it didn’t diminish his enduring smile.