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Steve Ditko,Blake Bell
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978-1606996409
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Fantagraphics Books; 1 edition (November 5, 2013)
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Like its predecessors, Impossible Tales: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 4 features over 200 meticulously restored full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime - stories that have never seen a proper reprinting until now, thrilling stories of suspense, mystery, haunted houses, an. .

Like its predecessors, Impossible Tales: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 4 features over 200 meticulously restored full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime - stories that have never seen a proper reprinting until now, thrilling stories of suspense, mystery, haunted houses, and unsuspecting victims all delineated in Ditko’s wildly idiosyncratic, masterful style.

As Bell remarks in his insightful introduction, what makes Ditko’s early work notable is the dichotomy between what he was given and what he was able to accomplish.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). As Bell remarks in his insightful introduction, what makes Ditko’s early work notable is the dichotomy between what he was given and what he was able to accomplish. This volume also includes Ditko’s first efforts for Marvel, launching a relationship that would lead to his move into the superhero genre six years later when he and Stan Lee would co-create Spider-Man.

Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 4 book. This four Like its predecessors, Impossible Tales: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 4 features over 200 meticulously restored full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime - stories that have never seen a proper reprinting until now, thrilling stories of suspense, mystery, haunted houses, and unsuspecting victims all delineated in Ditko's wildly idiosyncratic, masterful style.

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The Steve Ditko Archives 2009. Year of Release: 2009. In his first two years in the industry (1953 and1954), Ditko drew tales of macabre suspense that were not yet hobbled by the Comics Code Authority. These stories featured graphic bloodshed, dismemberment and blood-curdling acid baths as the ugly end to the lives of the dark and twisted inhabitants of Steve Ditkos imagination. Raw and grotesque and beautifully drawn and presented. The Steve Ditko Archives Issues List.

Strange Suspense: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 1 features, for the first time, spectacular full-color reprints of. 1 features, for the first time, spectacular full-color reprints of every story from those first two years of his career. Beginning with Ditko's very first story to Ditko's short stint in the Joe Simon/Jack Kirby studio, to Ditko's eventual encampment at the Charlton Comics operation in 1954, readers will see the initial works of an artist already at a level of craftsmanship that exceeded most of his peers.

Stephen J. Ditko (/ˈdɪtkoʊ/; November 2, 1927 – c. 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

Stephen J. 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. Ditko studied under Batman artist Jerry Robinson at the Cartoonist and Illustrators School in New York City.

Five years before Steve Ditko began work on his now legendary co-creations for Marvel Comics, the Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, he was producing some of his best work in near anonymity for Charlton Comics. Like its predecessors, Impossible Tales: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 4 features over 200 meticulously restored full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime—stories that have never seen a proper reprinting until now, thrilling stories of suspense, mystery, haunted houses, and unsuspecting victims all delineated in Ditko’s wildly idiosyncratic, masterful style. This fourth volume ranks as the best in the Archives series to date thanks in large part to the inspiration Ditko took from comics derived from the classic host-narrated radio shows, which gave an extra oomph to his creepy yarns. Moreover, comics such as This Magazine is Haunted and Tales of The Mysterious Traveler bore witness to a veritable explosion in Ditko’s ingenuity in terms of manipulating the traditional comic-book page layout. This new level of excellence also manifested itself in his work on other books, such Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds, Out of This World, Strange Suspense Stories, and Unusual Tales, all of which are amply represented in this volume.
  • All comics are in color. This series of volumes mixes genres. The output here is from 1957-59. Stories from: Do You Believe In Nightmares 1; Mysteries Of Unexplored Worlds 4, 7; Out Of This World 6, 7, 12; Strange Suspense Stories 33, 35, 36, 37; Tales Of The Mysterious Traveler 6, 7, 8, 10; This Magazine Is Haunted 14, 16; and Unusual Tales 10, 11. There is a six page intro.

  • Steve Ditko is one of the most provocative artists of comics and this compilation album gathers stories to prove it. This volume brings a story that was incomplete in Volume 3 (The Menace of Maple Leaves) and, like the rest of the collection is very well edited, with an introduction by Blake Bell brings the context of this phase. I like the elegance of the trace of Ditko and their frames, assembly of pages and narrative rhythm and I believe that those who read this book will agree with me.

  • Steve Dikto is by far one of the most prolific artists I have ever see his art can be applied to so many situations and plots, they never lose their attraction and power. What can I say more this book is a must have for any fantasy and sci-fi fan.

  • Early Steve Ditko in a durable form, much less expensive than collecting the comics.

  • gift for son , that I saw on his wish list, he like comics and grafic novels he said just what he wanted

  • The problem is that the stories are so dull and poorly written that not even Steve Ditko could save them. Much of Ditko's art in this volume consists of talking heads and normal people. His art in this volume suffers terribly in comparison to the first volume which reprinted pre-code stories. In the pre-code days comic producers were allowed (and probably encouraged) to warp young minds. Ditko was able to let his imagination run wild. In the interest of protecting the fragile minds of children and destroying EC comics, the creators of the comics code only allowed pablum in comic books. No artist, including Ditko stood a chance against this kind of censorship.
    I did like one story: When Old Doc Died.

  • I continue to really enjoy this series collecting Ditko's early, pre-Marvel comic work. Most stories in this collection are very short (4 to 6 pages or so). I find it interesting to see Ditko's visual storytelling techniques and decisions grow as an artist. I've considered myself a HUGE Ditko fan for years and it's great to have these collections of stories I didn't even know existed!