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Marvel Comics Library. Spider-Man. Vol. 2. 1965–1966

Jonathan Ross


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Ref. 116426   Edition. 1s Edition

Published By: Taschen 2023 (Cologne)

Brand New Copy of the Famous First Edition: First printing of 5,000 numbered copies Hardcover, 28 x 39.5 cm, 4.40 kg, 626 pages Stephen J. "Steve” Ditko was born in 1927 in Pennsylvania. He studied under Jerry Robinson at the Cartoonists and Illustrators School in New York City and began working at Atlas Comics, the precursor of Marvel Comics, in the mid 1950s. He made his name as the artist and co-creator, with Stan Lee, of Spider-Man and as creator of Doctor Strange. From 1958 to 1967 Ditko shared a studio with Eric Stanton and it is believed the two contributed to each others artworks, notably Eric Stanton’s On a Kinky Hook and Sweeter Gwen.  Spider-Man tangles with Doc Ock, Kraven, and the Green Goblin, while Peter Parker navigates the perils of teen romance in the second half of Lee and Ditko’s Amazing Spider-Man magnum opus. This volume in the Eisner-Award winning series sources the highest quality comic books to reproduce meticulous facsimile editions that would make Aunt May proud. Only 10 copies available. 

Book Condition: New

Size: Folio

Binding: Hardback

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