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    Steve Ditko at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original) Steve Ditko Ditko Looked Up (archived website) Steve Ditko at IMDb; Hart, Hugh. "Strange and Stranger Salutes Spider-Man Artist Steve Ditko", Wired, August 21, 2008. WebCitation archive. Steve Ditko interviewed in Bubnis, Bernie (1964). "Spotlight on the Pros #5: This Issue: Steve ...

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    Steve Ditko, Writer: Spider-Man. Steve Ditko was an American comics writer and artist of Rusyn descent. He is better known for co-creating the superheroes Spider-Man/Peter Parker and Doctor Strange/Stephen Strange for Marvel Comics. He created many other characters for various publishing companies. Among his better known creations are Blue Beetle/Ted Kord, Captain Atom/Allen Adam...

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    • June 27, 2018
    • November 2, 1927
  3. Steve Ditko was an American comics writer and artist of Rusyn descent. He is better known for co-creating the superheroes Spider-Man/Peter Parker and Doctor Strange/Stephen Strange for Marvel Comics. He created many other characters for various publishing companies.

    • Stephen John Ditko
  4. Get it as soon as Fri, Sep 3. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Other format: Kindle. A Steve Ditko Readers Treasury: 1955-1957: Gwandanaland Comics #2429-A: An Amazing Collection of Ditko-Drawn Stories from the mid-50s -- Am Economical Black & White Version of our Great Collection. by Gwandanaland Comics. 5.0 out of 5 stars. 2.

  5. Jul 09, 2018 · Steve Ditko's last work for a mainstream publisher was an Orion backup story he wrote in 1998, although it went unpublished for ten years, ultimately appearing in the Tales of the New Gods trade ...

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    Steve Ditko was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1927. That same year, the famous Babe Ruth-inspired New York Yankees ruled the world of baseball. Ironically, during the Marvel comics explosion in New York during the early '60s, their staff was compared to that very team - with editor Stan Lee as manager Miller Huggins, to Jack ...

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