In celebration of its 65th anniversary, the House of Ideas proudly presents a timeless testament to another true Marvel visionary! Best known as the first artist to bring Spider-Man to life in the pages of Amazing Fantasy, Steve Ditko illustrated Amazing Spider-Man for four years - helping create characters such as Doctor Octopus, the Lizard, the Vulture, and dozens more of Spider-Man's classic villains. In contrast to the grounded realism of Spider-Man, Ditko also drew the adventures of Doctor Strange, a master of the mystic arts who defended Earth's citizens from bizarre otherworldly threats. Now, this deluxe keepsake edition collects his greatest moments. Stories from Tales To Astonish #26, 42; Strange Tales #94, 97, 110, 115, 126-127; 146; Amazing Adult Fantasy #7, 10, 12-13; Amazing Spider-Man #1, 31-33, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1; Hulk #6, 249; Tales Of Suspence #48, Daredevil #162; MSHS, Speedball #1.
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Ditko, a Marvel Comics' mainstay in the early 1960s, helped create a line of superheroes that endures to this day. Not the slickest or most dynamic artist, he was indisputably the most individualistic. Whereas Jack Kirby's characters were handsome and larger-than-life, Ditko's awkward, angular figures were decidedly antiheroic. This deluxe, full-color collection showcases Ditko's Marvel work in 27 well-chosen stories. His most famous creation, Spider-Man, dominates in six selections that laid the groundwork for the dozens of artists who have subsequently depicted his exploits. Other tales feature Ditko's next-best-known Marvel creations: Dr. Strange, whose sorcerous exploits gave the swinging sixties their most psychedelic comic-book moments, and the Incredible Hulk. Ditko abruptly left Marvel in 1966, three years after creating Spidey, but later returned to work there intermittently; the volume contains four stories from the 1980s and 1990s. By then the magic was largely gone, yet Ditko's distinctive style remained. Much admired by today's comics artists, Ditko is seldom recognizable as an influence because his approach can't easily be copied or assimilated. Gordon Flagg
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