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

Classic comic book covers, transformed into loopy GIFs

The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 Animated by: Kerry Callen. Original cover by Steve Ditko. 30 Animated Comic Book Covers That Are Downright Hypnotizing

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

Genius cartoonist, co-creator of Spider-Man, and apparently a bit of a right-wing nutcase!

Doctor Strange & Eternity, Strange Tales #138 (November 1965), Art by Steve Ditko

jthenr-comics-vault: “ Doctor Strange & Eternity Strange Tales (November Art by Steve Ditko ”

The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) 038 (1966/07)   - Another pin closer to a million pins! Wrhel.com

Amazing Spider-Man # 38 by Steve Ditko. Last Steve Ditko art on Spider-man and second appearance of Mary Jane.

The picture above is part of Doctor Strange Comics by Steve Ditko. It was placed in article 10 Insanely Famous, Best Comic Book Artists...

10 Insanely Famous, Best Comic Book Artists You Should Know

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

mynemesistotoro requested: Mysterious Suspense from Charlton Comics, The first ever solo appearance of the Question and the only solo appearance of the Question written and drawn by his creator Steve Ditko. Mysterious Suspense October cover by Steve Ditko

“Wait a minute!” - Amazing Spider-Man #26 (July 1965) - Art by Steve Ditko - Words by Stan Lee

thecomicsvault: “Peter Parker’s “Spider-Sense” was graphically indicated by lines radiating around his head. Steve Ditko created shorthand symbols that worked perfectly for the comics medium. Only a very few have innovated in this manner, and Ditko.

Comic Book Critic - Google+ - Tales of Suspense #49 (Jan '64) cover by two legends - Jack Kirby & Steve Ditko

Tales of Suspense (Jan cover by two legends - Jack Kirby & Steve Ditko. Others disagree -- sometimes strongly! -- but I list Ditko as my favorite Kirby inker.

Spider-Man, despite the ever-youthful appearance of Peter Parker, is celebrating 50 years of comics this month! To celebrate, Blastr has a collection of 50 classic Spidey covers, including Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962) by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko.

Amazing Fantasy (First appearance of Spider-man) Spider-Man arrives – The No. 15 issue of the "Amazing Fantasy" comic book series, published August marked the first appearance of Spider-Man. The issue is one of the most valuable comics of all time.

Dr Strange is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was co-created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, and first appeared in Strange Tales #110 (July 1963).

Strange Master Of The Mystic Arts June 1974 Cover Art by Frank Brunner

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