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Steve Ditko and Robin Snyde have just announced their latest comic: #2oww1. Funding for the 32 page, black and white, comic book is being sought through Kickstarter (the crowd funding website). By pledging you can guarantee a copy (+extras) and … Continue reading
Leonel Castellani has produced a great lego version of Steve Ditko’s classic Amazing Spider-man #12 cover. It is to feature as a variant on the new Mighty Avengers #1. Below is the lego variant compared with the original: Image sourced … Continue reading
For the second issue of Locke & Key: Alpha writer and artist Dave Sim (well-known for his Cerebus series) was asked to contribute a variant cover. What he came up with was a Steve Ditko inspired homage to 29th issue … Continue reading
Currently up for auction at Heritage Auctions. Have any scans of Steve Ditko original art you would like to share? Email me at email@example.com and let’s make it happen!
Currently up for sale at Heritage Auctions Have any Steve Ditko original art scans you would like to share? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and get in touch!
In June last year I posted a feature on illustrator Bruce McCorkindale’s cover recreations which include versions of Steve Ditko’s work. Since then he has shared many more of his recreations (including pin-ups) as they have become well sought after. … Continue reading
Taken from Marvel Comics: The Untold Story Have any scans or pictures of Steve Ditko original art you would like to share? Contact me at email@example.com or via the comment link below.
In 1996 Mike Bellotti sold an original 1960s illustration of Spider-man that Steve Ditko drew for him after receiving his fan mail. Now 16 years later he would like to relocate that drawing and is appealing to Ditko enthusiasts, like … Continue reading
Richard Caldwell was kind enough to share a letter he received from then Marvel Editor in Chief Tom Defalco concerning Ditko illustrated & co-created chracter Speedball. “[Here] is a response from then editor in chief of Marvel Tom Defalco to … Continue reading
From the fanzine The Comic Fan #2 in 1965. Conducted by Gary Martin. Gary: Do you prefer inking to pencilling? Steve: Like both, each has its own fascinating problems. Gary: Do all Marvel artists work twice-up? Steve: I think so. Gary: … Continue reading
An brief insight into Steve Ditko’s thoughts on commissions and Spider-man. Have a letter you would like to share? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternativly contact us via twitter @DitkoCultist
Thats right! Its Friday Saturday, which means another Ditko Cover of the Week! Its Amazing. Its Adult. It Respects your Intelligence. And most importantly….Its Ditko! Here is Steve Ditko’s iconic cover for Amazing Adult Fantasy #9 which features fan favourite Tim Boo … 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
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