The Question #1, Steve Ditko. I loved Ditko's work, despite his overbearing Ayn…

The Question #1, Steve Ditko. I loved Ditko's work, despite his overbearing Ayn…

strange tales 138 doctor strange meets eternity by steve ditko

Doctor Strange meets Eternity, the abstract embodiment of Time and the collective consciousness of all life in the Universe. This is a definite top ten moment for any Marvel magic fan.

“Wait a minute!” - Amazing Spider-Man #26 (July 1965) - Art by Steve Ditko - Words by Stan Lee

“Wait a minute!” - Amazing Spider-Man #26 (July 1965) - Art by Steve Ditko - Words by Stan Lee

Strange Tales #146 cover by Steve Ditko. 8 Doctor Strange Stories You Should Read.

Strange Tales #146 cover by Steve Ditko. 8 Doctor Strange Stories You Should Read.

Steve Ditko.  At the beginning of the Silver Age of comics, DC employed almost all the artists I liked.  All Marvel had going for it was Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko.  But that was enough.  Married to Stan Lee's dramatic writing and refreshing characterization, they soon had me looking forward to each issue of Fantastic Four and Spider-Man with an anticipation I had never felt for DC.  -Ed Newsom

Steve Ditko

Steve Ditko. At the beginning of the Silver Age of comics, DC employed almost all the artists I liked. All Marvel had going for it was Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. But that was enough. Married to Stan Lee's dramatic writing and refreshing characterization, they soon had me looking forward to each issue of Fantastic Four and Spider-Man with an anticipation I had never felt for DC. -Ed Newsom

“The Thing behind the Wall!” from Journey Into Mystery 66 (March 1961) - Art by Steve Ditko

“The Thing behind the Wall!” from Journey Into Mystery 66 (March 1961) - Art by Steve Ditko

Tales of Suspense #34 Splash - Comic Art Community GALLERY OF COMIC ART

Tales of Suspense #34 Splash - Comic Art Community GALLERY OF COMIC ART

As much as I love Ditko's work, comparing his Gwen Stacy to Romita's is a big reason why I'm a huge JRSR fan (from ASM #34)

As much as I love Ditko's work, comparing his Gwen Stacy to Romita's is a big reason why I'm a huge JRSR fan (from ASM #34)

First Appearance Of Eternity From Strange Tales #138 (1965) Art & Story by Steve Ditko, Words by Stan Lee

First Appearance Of Eternity From Strange Tales #138 (1965) Art & Story by Steve Ditko, Words by Stan Lee

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