Saturday, July 07, 2018

Born in 1927 in Pennsylvania, Ditko began making comics during the 1950s, beginning with small publisher Charlton Comics. But he first came to prominence as part of a group of comics creators who changed the industry in the 1960s with a succession of revolutionary characters, concepts and narrative changes created for Marvel Comics.
He first joined Marvel in 1955 when it was known as Atlas comics, where he contributed stories and art in a variety of genres for titles like “Amazing Adventures,” “Strange Worlds,” “Tales of Suspense” and “Tales to Astonish.”


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