At one point, Leonard Bernstein hosted a high-society soiree and fund-raiser for the Black Panthers. "New Journalism" writer Tom Wolfe was there, and wrote a fairly scathing piece on it for New York magazine titled "These Radical Chic Evenings," critiquing and satirizing the social elite for using support for radical causes as a means of gathering social cachet and notoriety.
This New York Times article notes a letter in the New York Public Library's Tom Wolf Archive:
A writer from Marvel Comics wrote to ask whether Mr. Wolfe would be interested in collaborating on a comic book about “a fictitious bunch of ‘Radical Chic’ social leaders who align themselves with a militant (nonblack) group which turns out to be bent on world domination.”Man, I'd love to read that letter. Anyone have a NYPL card? I would have also have loved to have seen the original concept, with New York's social elite getting duped into supporting A.I.M. or Hydra or The Secret Empire or some such.
But whatever the original idea and subsequent discussion were, this comic was the result:
But then there's this credit:
Ah, but don't underestimate the abilities of New York's Cafe Society!
And the party is everything you could hope for!
Any, at this point the Enchantress transforms Samantha into the Valkyrie, who attacks the Hulk for taking attention/money away from her cause (women's' liberation). You can read about that fight here.
And as the damage piles up in the swanky residence:
From Incredible Hulk #142 (1971)