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read Creepy Presents Steve Ditko mobi µ Hardcover ✓ Making a lasting mark on comics as the co creator of Spider Man Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of the sixties especially with his work in Creepy and Eerie Warring wizards paranoid goons persistent heroes and otherworldly domaThe sixties especially with his work in Creepy and Eerie Warring wizards paranoid goons persistent heroes and otherworldly domains dominate the dive Steve Ditko's artwork on Spider man and Doctor Strange or anything else was not the best thing that he ever did His work for Creepy and Eerie is astonishing I've never seen him do anything else like it He uses a wide array of techniues and styles I am really happy that this work has been collected into a handsome affordable volume I would give this book 5 stars based on the art but the stories are just typical Warren horror stories They are well done mostly by Archie Goodwin but nothing to get too excited about

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Rse tales in this handsome collection with fifteen of the sixteen stories written by fellow comics icon Archie Goodwin New introduction by Mark Evani I remember comics such as House of Mystery and Tales from the Crypt fondly I am sure I had read an Eerie at some point and time And this took me back to my childhood and reminded me why I liked them 6 8 page reads of almost horror if you thought about it but mainly kitsch and camp and snark The same delicious feeling as telling ghost stories that you know aren't true around a campfire Some times one ignites your imagination and stick with you long afterwardsSo I'm letting my kids read them

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Creepy Presents Steve DitkoMaking a lasting mark on comics as the co creator of Spider Man Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of I didn't enjoy this collection of Ditko's work for Warren as much as I thought I would Partly it was because I'd read it all fairly recently in the early volumes of the Creepy Archives vols 2 4 and Eerie Archives vold 1 2 But there was to it that just thatI'm a big fan of Ditko's pre superhero and Dr Strange work at Marvel from the 50s and early 60s and I was really expecting similar work in this volume Unfortunately very little of the art really grabbed me Many of the stories have a panel or two but few have than thatOn the last page of the first story The Spirit of the Thing from Creepy #9 one panel shows a collection of four faces reacting in horror Almost every other panel in the story is dark but this one is very white with almost no shadows just the four faces eyes open wide and staring with mouths agapeIn the fourth story in the collection Blood of the Werewolf from Creepy #12 there are two half panels that are outstanding In the first panel on page 2 the left half of the panel is boring and cluttered with the word balloons but the right half is filled with the face of another frightened man eyes wide and staring I really enjoy it when Ditko focuses on close ups people's eyes There's something vey riveting about them Then in the center panel of the third page Ditko does a close up of a doctor pulling on a rubber glove Somehow Ditko makes it look very menacingThe ninth story of 16 in the collection has my favorite art Interestingly Mark Evanier in the foreword says its the first work Ditko did for Warren The last panel is particularly dramaticIf you have the Eerie and Creepy Archive volumes I wouldn't bother picking this up; you don't get much except the Evanier foreword which is mildly interesting But if you don't have those this is a nice although not spectacular collection of Ditko's post Marvel work