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#4: The Amazing Spider-Man #1 Comic Book TRUE BELIEVERS 2017 version  Marvel Comics 2017  UNCIRCULATED FIRST 2017 Printiing  Graded 9.8 By ME the Seller  Reprints Original 1963 issue by STAN LEE and STEVE DITKO

#4: The Amazing Spider-Man #1 Comic Book TRUE BELIEVERS 2017 version Marvel Comics 2017 UNCIRCULATED FIRST 2017 Printiing Graded 9.8 By ME the Seller Reprints Original 1963 issue by STAN LEE and STEVE DITKO

Tales of Suspense #34 Splash - Comic Art Community GALLERY OF COMIC ART

Tales of Suspense #34 Splash - Comic Art Community GALLERY OF COMIC ART

Classic comic book covers, transformed into loopy GIFs- whoa, that's actually kinda cool-looking.

Classic comic book covers, transformed into loopy GIFs

Classic comic book covers, transformed into loopy GIFs- whoa, that's actually kinda cool-looking.

The Question #1, Steve Ditko. I loved Ditko's work, despite his overbearing Ayn…

The Question #1, Steve Ditko. I loved Ditko's work, despite his overbearing Ayn…

Steve Ditko.  At the beginning of the Silver Age of comics, DC employed almost all the artists I liked.  All Marvel had going for it was Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko.  But that was enough.  Married to Stan Lee's dramatic writing and refreshing characterization, they soon had me looking forward to each issue of Fantastic Four and Spider-Man with an anticipation I had never felt for DC.  -Ed Newsom

Steve Ditko

Steve Ditko. At the beginning of the Silver Age of comics, DC employed almost all the artists I liked. All Marvel had going for it was Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. But that was enough. Married to Stan Lee's dramatic writing and refreshing characterization, they soon had me looking forward to each issue of Fantastic Four and Spider-Man with an anticipation I had never felt for DC. -Ed Newsom

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