Book List in Order:40 titles

  • 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. Steve Dit...


  • This collection offers a fresh insight into the mind of innovative writer and artist, Steve Ditko. Part I collects all nine issues of The Four-Page Series, a newsletter he originally published between 2012 and 2015. Essay topics include flawed thinki...


  • Concluding Marvel's once-in-a-lifetime Omnibus collection of every astonishing tale of suspense by the inimitable duo of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko! Their collaborations birthed the Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, and in these pages you'll find ...


  • The "32 Series" was the last major project of Steve Ditko's career, starting in 2008 and ending with his death in 2018. This body of work covers over 900 pages of new material, originally published in 27 32-page comic books. All material of the "32 S...


  • Steve Ditko is one of the most infl uential creative minds in popular culture. Steve Ditko is a one-of-a-kind visionary. Steve Ditko is the co-creator of Marvel icons including Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. Steve Ditko is...amazing! Marvel proudly p...


  • With a new HBO Watchmen series coming soon, DC collects some of the best stories starring the heroes that inspired the cast of the original WATCHMEN comic series.At the height of comics' 1960s Silver Age, artist Steve Ditko was winning praise for his...


  • This volume reprints the five comics that kicked off The 32 Series by Ditko: Avenging Mind (originally published in 2008; Ditko, Etc. (2008); Ditko Continued (2009); Oh, No! Not Again, Ditko! (2009); Ditko Once More (2009). Introduction by Robin Snyd...


  • This volume reprints five 32-page comics by Steve Ditko, originally published by Robin Snyder and Steve Ditko in 2011: Act 6; Act 7, Seven, Making 12; Act 8, Making Lucky 13; A Ditko #14; A Ditko #15. Steve Ditko started his career in comics in the 1...


  • This volume reprints six 32-page comics by Steve Ditko, originally published by Robin Snyder and Steve Ditko from 2012 to 2014: #16: Sixteen; #17: Seventeen; Ate Tea N: 18; #9 Teen; #20; #2oww1. Steve Ditko started his career in comics in the 1950s, ...






  • This volume reprints five 32-page comics by Steve Ditko, originally published by Robin Snyder and Steve Ditko from 2009 to 2010: Ditko Presents; Act 2; Act 3; Act 4; Act 5. Steve Ditko started his career in comics in the 1950s, and was actively gener...


  • An action-oriented medium, comics have long used wars--real and fictional--as narrative fodder, often with a strong message attached. Buried in rare comics published during the Cold War were powerful war, fantasy, and sci-fi stories that strongly con...


  • In 1968 a mysterious voice gifted two teenage brothers, Hank and Don Hall, with superpowers that transformed them into the Hawk and the Dove! The superhero duo embodied the clashing political ideologies of the era, with the Hawk, ever militant, ready...


  • She kicks butts and eats nuts! They get stuck in ruts and shoot themselves in the foot(s)! But could Squirrel Girl be just what the Great Lakes Avengers need to propel them into the big leagues? Or will she be the death of them? The same questions ap...


  • A military machine with a soul, a thinking computer in the form of a man, X-51 is the Machine Man! Abel Stack gave a government-created robot a human face, nurturing the man inside the machine and calling him son. But Stack's death left that son, Aar...


  • Outer Limits features more than 200 meticulously restored, full-color comics pages by Ditko in his early prime. This volume’s suspense and mystery stories―thanks to the inspiration Ditko took from space travel comics―heavily weighted to the sci...


  • Ditko's Shorts is a fun and incredibly fascinating compilation of short comics one, two and three pages in length. Only a brilliant master could tell a dramatic, compelling tale in such compact form. You'll thrill as Ditko walks this exciting high-w...


  • Before Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, the legendary comic book artist Steve Ditko was conjuring all manners of horrors at his drawing table. In his first two years in the industry (1953 and 1954), Ditko drew tales of macabre suspense that were not yet h...


  • 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 T...


  • Making a lasting mark on comics as the co creator of Spider-Man, Steve Ditko veered away from the mainstream and into darker territories at the end of the sixties. His work in Creepy and Eerie proved that this superhero maestro also excelled at short...


  • Steve Ditko, the co-creator of Spiderman and Dr. Strange, remains an enigma, though this book draws us closer to the artist and gives us a better understanding of his amazing work. Introducing the very best of rare and striking Steve Ditko comic boo...


  • Five years before his breakthrough as the co-creator of Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and other classic super-heroes for Marvel Comics in the early 1960s, Steve Ditko, inspired by the freedom he found at the laissez-faire Charlton Comics, was turning o...


  • Written by STEVE DITKO, LEN WEIN, PAUL LEVITZ, MARK MILLAR and others - Art by STEVE DITKO and others - Cover by STEVE DITKOCollecting tales by artist Steve Ditko from SHOWCASE #75, THE HAWK AND THE DOVE #1-2, MAN-BAT #1, DETECTIVE COMICS #483-485 an...


  • Written by STEVE DITKO, MICHAEL FLEISHER, PAUL LEVITZ and others Art by STEVE DITKO, WALLACE WOOD and others Cover by STEVE DITKO DC collects Steve Ditko's 1970s comics SHADE, THE CHANGING MAN #1-8 and STALKER #1-4, along with stories from STRANGE AD...


  • Originally introduced in 1968, The Creeper was secretly outspoken Gotham City talk show how Jack Ryder, whose stance against organized crime made him a target. Mortally wounded by the mob, Ryder was saved by a scientist whose serum granted him super ...


  • Steve Ditko, the co-creator of Spiderman and Dr. Strange, remains an enigma, though this book draws us closer to the artist and gives us a better understanding of his amazing work. Introducing the very best of rare and striking Steve Ditko comic boo...


  • He was a teenage web-wlinger, and he carved a career few heroes have equaled since! Witness the origins of Doctor Octopus, the Sandman, the Lizard, Electro and more of Spider-Man's original rogues gallery - most of whom remain in the spotlight forty ...



  • It was no day at the beach when criminal Flint Marko was mutated into one of Marveldom's most versatile villains and began a career of kicking sand in our favorite heroes' faces! Some of the best battles between Sandman, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Fou...


  • He's the hero who could be you... but in these stories, being a burglar, a college professor, and an astronaut will have to do! Whether it's half-sized as a child or doubled as twins, the Uni-Power transforms its lucky recipient into Captain Universe...






  • Celebrate the career of a true Marvel Visionary! Best known as the co-creator of the amazing Spider-Man, Steve Ditko illustrated Spidey''s adventures for four years and introduced dozens of classic villains. But even as he infused Spider-Man''s world...


  • Marvel movie stars past and present unite in a series of senses-shattering slugfests for the ages! At the dawn of the Marvel Age, Spider-Man meets the Fantastic Four and battles the Chameleon! Also featuring a battle royal with the Frightful Four, th...


  • This collection of artist Steve Ditko's finest comics includes a wealth of sci-fi work done prior to his world-shaking creation with Stan Lee, Spider-Man. Ditko's eclectic, sometimes surrealistic art proves both futuristic and retro as he takes reade...


  • Before the Creeper, before Hawk and Dove, even befor co-creating Spider-Man, one-of-a-kind comic book arists/writer Steve Ditko illustrated his first super hero; the Cold War adventures of the nclear powered Captain Atom. Readers and fans now have a ...


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    Steve Ditko''s most creative comics are lovingly reproduced in a beautiful large format hardback book, The Creativity of Steve Ditko, a companion to Craig Yoe''s previous The Art of Ditko. Featuring a Foreword by Paul Levitz with revealing essays by ...


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    Dripping With Fear: The Steve Ditko Archives Vol. 5 features another 200-plus meticulously restored, full-color pages from Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko in his early prime, at the time working in near anonymity for Charlton Comics in the then-pop...


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    Before Steve Ditko revolutionized comic book super-heroes with the Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, he applied his incomparable storytelling mastery to taught suspense-thrillers. These chilling stories were cast with nervous-eyed dreamers and s...


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    Few creators have left their mark like the inimitable Steve Ditko. His unmistakable creative vision brought the world the Amazing Spider-Man, Doctor Strange and, in 1988, Speedball! Together with writers Roger Stern, Tom DeFalco and Jo Duff y, Ditko ...


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    As the original artist and co-creator who brought the Amazing Spider-Man to life in 1962, artist Steve Ditko''s talents varied far beyond the realm of the superhero genre. Tales of unexplored worlds, of spine-chilling suspense, mystery, and horror dr...


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    The genius artist Steve Ditko is a towering monster of awesomeness, and so is the character he chronicled… GORGO! If you love Godzilla — and who doesn''t — you''ll love Gorgo, who ravages London, New York City, and HOLLYWOOD! Gorgo ...


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    The genius artist Steve Ditko is a towering monster of awesomeness…and so is the character he chronicled — KONGA! If you love King Kong — and who doesn''t — you''ll love Konga! Konga battles dinosaurs, mole men, undersea monst...