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Thanks to CBR I became aware of an interesting article regarding ‘alternative’ comic book artist Dan Clowes’s (Eightball) who on his recent blog post shows how he learned to ink from copies of both Jack Kirby’s and Steve Ditko pencils. It has … Continue reading
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Heath McCoy – a journalist for The Vancouver Sun – has written a article which reveals a new interview with Stan Lee that touches on the co-creation of flagship characters by artists Jack Kirby and of course Steve Ditko. Could … Continue reading
Every once in a while you see or read something (this case both) that is deserving of a “Minutiae” title. Nick Caputo’s new blog post, as he has rightfully said, now has one! Thanks to his sharp eye, industry links … Continue reading
A hole in his Head from Black Magic #3 (Volume 4) (1953)
A great Steve Ditko cover from 1993! Based on the concept by Jack Kirby, Secret City Saga #4 is one of Steve Ditko’s overlooked comics that was distributed by Topps Comics (a division of Topps Trading Cards) during the early … Continue reading
Its Friday and another “Ditko Cover of the Week” is here to kick off your comic reading weekend! This weeks cover is poorly printed, under appreciated and more less forgotten but Ditko’s wrap-around cover for Blue Ribbon ‘1 (Red Circle) … Continue reading
Steve Ditko’s most iconic and most famous issue finally gets a mention here on Ditko Cultist. Amazing Fantasy #15, the last of the Amazing Adult Fantasy series, introduced comic fans across the world to Marvels most successful character: The Amazing Spider-man. … Continue reading
Strange Tales #138 will blow your mind! Printed in 1965 it continues a mysterious Doctor Strange story that sees the master of the mystic arts encounter the great and unknown “Eternity”. This issue is a real iconic Steve Ditko Strange … Continue reading
Here is some classic Steve Ditko horror from 1960. It is a neat little 5-page story from Journey into Mystery #62 which tells the tale of an arrogant business man who appears to have no morals and boundaries to his … Continue reading