Panel 1- SUSAN STORM is cheerfully waving hello to the reader.
SUSAN: Hi. I'm Susan Storm. Ray recently got promoted and is in training classes this week, so he asked me to fill in.
Panel 2- SUSAN is walking to the right of the page, past her wedding photo with REED and Warhol's Campbell soup can painting, both hanging on the wall.
SUSAN: Ray's been working on his story arc, and some people have been asking, "Where's all of this going?" "What's it all about?"
Panel 3- SUSAN points to a hanging portrait of Carl Jung.
SUSAN: Well, he's not about to give up his ending, but I can tell you where it began. With this man, Carl Jung.
Panel 4- SUSAN now gestures to a sepia-tone photograph of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, sitting on a university park bench. In the corner, a tiny DEADPOOL holds a placard that reads: "WARNING! Educational Content!"
SUSAN: While Sigmund Freud had advanced psychology a great deal with his theory of id, ego, and superego, they only accounted for conscious mental states. They didn't take into account the subconscious.
SUSAN: Freud believed much of our subconscious was down to suppressed physical urges. Jung, however, believed it was an amalgamation of repressed sexual identity.
Panel 5- SUSAN is standing between SHE-HULK (in her old FF uniform), who has a 1000 lb barbell lifted over her head with one hand, and the THING, who is wearing a summery flower print dress, grousing and holding the hem daintily between his rocky fingers.
SUSAN: The idea that a woman couldn't be feminine if she was strong or authoritative, or that a man wasn't a "man" if he was sensitive or passionate, was expressed through what Jung called the animus and the anima.
THING: ...wotta revoltin' development...
Panel 6- SUSAN stands in front of the cover of FF v1 #281
SUSAN: The animus, or subconscious masculinity, and the anima, or subconscious femininity, are, however, part of our "shadow aspect".
SUSAN: That's the part of our Self that, when expressed, leads to creativity and discovery. Or, if restricted, can lead us to our darkest impulses.
Panel 7- Head and shoulders shot of SUSAN, winking knowingly at us.
SUSAN: Just imagine what would happen if that "shadow aspect" was set free, made manifest in reality...
SUSAN: Keep that in mind when we see you next week. Bye for now!