Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Diggin' Ditko: "A Man Who Was Here!" and "I'll Never Leave You!"

It's about time we dug some more Steve Ditko wonderment, don'tcha think, Groove-ophiles? Yeah, that's what I thought, so here's a double-dose of Ditko from Ghostly Haunts issues 24 and 25 (January and March 1972). Neither tale is credited, but it's most likely they're both written by Charltons' iron-man of the typewriter Joe Gill. Are ya ready for a terrifyingly good time? Then hang on, 'cause here comes "A Man Who Was Here!"...

...and "I'll Never Leave You!"

1 comment:

  1. Ditko was a storyteller supreme. I could eat his stuff all day long!



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