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A new photo of Steve Ditko is circulating the net. Taken by Martin Greim in Ditko’s New York studio in the 1970s.
One of Steve Ditko’s crowning achievements makes it to this weeks Cover of the Week. If you don’t have a copy of this…buy one! It is juicy and rich; I promise! Series: The Safest Place Issue Number: / Publisher: Dark … Continue reading
Steve Ditko’s third mention in ‘CBR’s Urban Legends Revealed’ feature (a series of posts that determines if some myths/legends are true or false) concentrates on a 6-page letter Steve Skeates received while working on a Question story, illustrated by Steve … Continue reading
Its that time of the week again. Grab your comics, get your coffee and start reading! Or in the case… admiring. Below is the cover from The House of Mystery #277 for DC Comics. Although Ditko is not known for his … Continue reading
In 1989 Steve Ditko did something that few fans would expect him to do… he revealed his voice! For those of you who don’t know there are only 4 or so photos known to exist of Steve Ditko (in the public domain) … Continue reading
Few people know as much about Steve Ditko than author Blake Bell, writer & artist Mort Todd and cultist Javier Hernandez who all joined up in 2008 to discuss Steve Ditko, his work and his strong Objectivist roots. The discussion … Continue reading
In the 1970’s Steve Ditko planned to release a Mr.A story titled “Chapter Play” exclusively to a local school newspaper. For reasons unknown the deal fell through and Steve Ditko turned to The Comic Crusader – a worthy fanzine – to … Continue reading
Act 6 is the first release by Steve Ditko for 2011. It is powerful, relevant and humorous. There are five action packed takes to dig your teeth into – all of which are available for once single payment of $4.00; … Continue reading