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IL VERO UOMO RAGNO È L’INATTUALE STEVE DITKO

IL VERO UOMO RAGNO È L’INATTUALE STEVE DITKO

Strange Tales #146 (“The End – At Last!” - Marvel Comics - July 1966) Writers: Steve Ditko (Plot) & Denny O'Neil (Script) Illustrator: Steve Ditko

Strange Tales #146 (“The End – At Last!” - Marvel Comics - July 1966) Writers: Steve Ditko (Plot) & Denny O'Neil (Script) Illustrator: Steve Ditko

Steve Ditko's Doctor Strange

We save Marvel a bundle by developing Doctor Strange for the movies all by our lonesome! And we start by casting Johnny Depp as the master of the mystic arts!

The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) 038 (1966/07)   - Another pin closer to a million pins! Wrhel.com

The first comic book I bought when it was new on the rack in a local drug store.

thebristolboard: Original covers by Steve Ditko from various... thebristolboard:  Original covers by Steve Ditko from various Charlton Ghost titles early 1970s.  Happy 90th birthday to the great Steve Ditko!

thebristolboard: Original covers by Steve Ditko from various... thebristolboard: Original covers by Steve Ditko from various Charlton Ghost titles early 1970s. Happy 90th birthday to the great Steve Ditko!

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

mynemesistotoro requested: Mysterious Suspense from Charlton Comics, The first ever solo appearance of the Question and the only solo appearance of the Question written and drawn by his creator Steve Ditko. Mysterious Suspense October cover by Steve Ditko

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