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The Steve Ditko Archives, Volume 4 Five Years Before Steve Ditko Began Work On His Now Legendary Co Creations For Marvel Comics, The Amazing Spider Man And Doctor Strange, He Was Pro Ducing Some Of His Best Work In Near Anonymity For Charlton Comics Like Its Predecessors, Impossible Tales The Steve Ditko Archives Vol 4 Features Over 200 Meticulously Restored Full Color Pages Of Ditko In His Early Prime Stories That Have Never Seen A Proper Reprinting Until Now, Thrilling Stories Of Suspense, Mystery, Haunted Houses, And Unsuspecting Victims All Delineated In Ditko S Wildly Idiosyncratic, Masterful Style This Fourth Volume Ranks As The Best In The Archives Series To Date Thanks In Large Part To The Inspiration Ditko Took From Comics Derived From The Classic Host Narrated Radio Shows, Which Gave An Extra Oomph To His Creepy Yarns Moreover, Comics Such As This Magazine Is Haunted And Tales Of The Mysterious Traveler Bore Witness To A Veritable Explosion In Ditko S Ingenuity In Terms Of Manipulating The Traditional Comic Book Page Layout This New Level Of Excellence Also Manifested Itself In His Work On Other Books, Such Mysteries Of Unexplored Worlds, Out Of This World, Strange Suspense Stories, And Unusual Tales, All Of Which Are Amply Represented In This Volume.


About the Author: Steve Ditko

Stephen J Steve Ditko was an American comic book artist and writer best known as the co creator of the Marvel Comics heroes Spider Man and Doctor Strange.He was inducted into the comics industry s Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1990, and into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame in 1994.


10 thoughts on “The Steve Ditko Archives, Volume 4

  1. says:

    A collection of Ditko stories from 1957 1959 I think I would have rated this higher, if so many of the strips didn t read so juvenile and were so short 5 6 pages each As it was, it took me nearly two weeks to complete this book, since I quickly tired reading these short, simplist...

  2. says:

    Read my full review at The Comics Alternative

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