Stephen J. Ditko (/ ˈ d ɪ t k oʊ /; November 2, 1927 – June 29, 2018) was an American comics artist and writer best known as the artist and co-creator, with Stan Lee, of the Marvel Comics superheroes Spider-Man and Doctor Strange.
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...
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.
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Jul 09, 2018 · Steve Ditko was born to a Slovakian-American family in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1927. As recounted in Blake Bell's book Strange and Stranger: The World of Steve Ditko, he grew up on comics.His ...
Steve Ditko is an inimitable talent dedicated to a singular vision. Steve Ditko is one of the greatest storytellers of all time. Steve Ditko is the visual master who created other dimensions beyond imagining and eerie worlds beyond compare.
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- Spider-Man. There's no doubt that Steve Ditko's greatest creation is the character that is the symbol of Marvel Comics. Steve Ditko created not only an iconic hero but defined the archetype of an alter-ego that's a contradiction.
- Doctor Strange. Probably one of the most recognizable qualities of Steve Ditko's art is exhibited in his work on Doctor Strange. Looking at Doctor Strange's hands, it becomes obvious that Ditko had a talent for coming up with exotic hand gestures.
- The Question. With the blank face, the Question remains one of the most iconic and interesting of the Charlton heroes Steve Ditko created. Most of that comes from him being a version of Mr. A that could pass the watchful eyes of the Comics Code Authority.
- Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) The Blue Beetle was a Golden Age character, but Steve Ditko's version in Ted Kord departs from it. This was intentional on the part of Steve Ditko.