In 1981, the Fantastic Four celebrated their 20th anniversary with a special double-sized issue for #236.
The story is considered to be one of the best stories in John Byrne's five-plus years as writer/artist on Fantastic Four, but one notable problem seemed to present itself on the cover.
Pictured among the characters celebrating the Fantastic Four's anniversary is Stan Lee, co-creator of the Fantastic Four, but nowhere in the picture is Jack Kirby.
Why did Byrne draw in Lee, but not Kirby?
Was Byrne making a statement about who he thought was the REAL creator of the Fantastic Four?
As it turns out, it was nothing of the sort.
When Byrne turned in the art, Kirby WAS in the drawing.