This artwork is mind-blowing: Dr Strange by the amazing Steve Ditko.
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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. 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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Doctor Strange & Eternity, Strange Tales #138 (November 1965), Art by Steve Ditko
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Steve Ditko's Spider-Man cover art at Cover Browser. Ditko does weight and posture better than anybody. Genius

Steve Ditko's Spider-Man cover art at Cover Browser. Ditko does weight and posture better than anybody. Genius

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Strange Worlds #2, February 1959, Pencils/Inks: Steve Ditko, Colors: Stan Goldberg

Strange Worlds #2, February 1959, Pencils/Inks: Steve Ditko, Colors: Stan Goldberg

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Original and final cover art by Steve Ditko from Beware the Creeper #2, published by DC Comics, July 1968. | One of Ditko’s best covers.

Original and final cover art by Steve Ditko from Beware the Creeper #2, published by DC Comics, July 1968. | One of Ditko’s best covers.

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