While other comic book fans enthuse over Jack Kirby’s 1960s work, I always prefer Steve Ditko. His art is somewhat on the quirky side and wasn’t always a good fit for the stories and characters, but when they fit (as they did with both Spider-Man and Dr. 359 more words
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Amazing Spider-Man #2 is the first appearance of The Vulture into the Marvel universe. The Vulture is quite an older villain for the young Peter Parker, but he has plenty of wit to use against the wall-crawler. 288 more words
Amazing Adult Fantasy no.7, Dec 1961 from Marvel. The magazine that would spawn Spider-Man reformatted from the typical atomic monster run of Amazing Adventures with this issue, the first to be rebranded as “Adult” and “the magazine that respects your intelligence”. 262 more words