Marvel Visionaries Steve Ditko doc Ë Hardcover read Ç hannahredhead

kindle Marvel Visionaries Steve Ditko

Marvel Visionaries Steve Ditko doc Ë Hardcover read Ç hannahredhead ´ 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 iIn 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 char The Amazing Spider Man and Doctor Strange stories are the best of the stories included and the early sci fi stuff he and Stan Lee did was new to me Book is a nice showcase of Ditko's talent

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Acters such as Doctor Octopus the Lizard the Vulture and dozens 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 This was overall a Good Read Ditko is a creator that either people love or hate I've always liked his style It's different and completely hisno one else can do Ditko when they try it looks badNot only to I like his art style I'm also a fan of him personally He's live his life to his standard and he's tried not to comprised too muchThe book has lots of stories that I've never read beforenever was a big fan of Doc Strange so reading those was something new for meglad to see it included the intro of Clea and the Dreaded DormammuThe highlight of this book was the Spider man story from issue #31 33 This is one of the greatest Spider Man stories ever Heck it's one of the greatest comic books stories everpeople have been giving Stan Lee some flack latelythis story based on a plot by Ditko but the dialogue is all Stan shows how he worked with different talentStan brought to the story what was needed and step away to let the artist do there thingAnyways This is a book that any serious collector should have unless they own the original books

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Marvel Visionaries Steve DitkoDeluxe 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 I've never held Ditko in the same regard as some of the other great founding father comic artists but hoped this collection would change that or give me something new to appreciate No such luck Don't get me wrong the three issue Spider Man arc here culminating with the classic lifting tons of machinery scene might be the definitive Spidey story and his trippy take on Dr Strange has been the bedrock of anything mystic in the Marvel Universe ever since But the guy also created Speedball and Suirrel GirlThe early sci fi stories are a rarely seen bit of history but not particularly entertaining and the hodgepodge of superhero stuff seems like filler lacking any real standout ualities Ditko's philosophy and the way it shaped his storytelling is the most interesting thing about the man and it is never addressed here the most glaring omission in a collection in need of substance