The Creativity of Ditko

The Creativity of Ditko 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 Fo

  • Title: The Creativity of Ditko
  • Author: Steve Ditko
  • ISBN: 9781613772768
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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essays by Mike Gold, Jack Harris, Mikal Banta, and Amber Stanton, The Creativity of Steve Ditko showcases a plethora of unpublished art,Steve Ditko s most creative comics are lovingly reproduced in a beautiful large format hardback book, The Creativity of Steve Ditko, a companion to Craig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essays by Mike Gold, Jack Harris, Mikal Banta, and Amber Stanton, The Creativity of Steve Ditko showcases a plethora of unpublished art, sketches, and many never previously printed photos of Ditko From IDW, the publisher that brought you, The Art of Steve Ditko 9781600105425 Krazy Ignatz In Tiger Tea 9781600106453 Barney Google 9781600106705 Popeye The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf 9781600107474 Felix the Cat s Greatest Comic Book Tails 9781613770856 Carl Barks Big Book of Barney Bear 9781600109294 Archies Mad House 9781600107900
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    • Dominick says:

      Another dandy collection of Ditko's Charlton work, from the 1950s to the 1970s, along with selected original art images (a few even from Marvel and DC), a handful of essay reminiscences about Ditko (including one by Eric Stanton's daughter, accompanying a brief photo-essay on the collaborations between the two, as well as a couple of pages of Stanton/Ditko collaboration, whihc is interestign to see; I would have liked to see more of it), and an introduction by Paul Levitz. The supplemental mater [...]

    • PJ Ebbrell says:

      Great showcase of Steve's work from Charlton days peppered with one or two memoirs of working with Steve by professionals. It was nice to read a mention of Jonathan Ross' Search for Steve Dikto

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