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Amazing Spider-Man 34 page 6 Steve Ditko

Artist: Steve Ditko (All)

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Amazing Spider-Man 34 page 6 Steve Ditko Comic Art
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Artwork Details

Title: Amazing Spider-Man 34 page 6 Steve Ditko
Artist: Steve Ditko (All)
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
For Sale Status: NFS
Views: 1,418
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Comments: 34
Added to Site: 2/1/2017
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When this book came out, I was twelve; and like any normal, self-respecting, twelve-year-old boy, I'm certain I gawked at panel three. However, if I were being shamelessly honest, I might admit that Id also gawked at panel three quite recently.

Although The Amazing Spider-Man does not grace this page, I love the three, separate, and complete Ditko triptychs: makes me think of the sum of the parts and the whole.


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Ruben DaCollector 
Member Since 2008

Posted on 2/1/2017

Wow, this is a great character page, Mark! It gives you Harry, Gwen, Peter and even Kraven, uttering a classic line in the final panel! Congratulations on this fine addition!

Suat Tong Ng 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 2/1/2017

Another Ditko Spidey page! Well done!

Lee Benaka 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/1/2017

Another Ditko ASM page? Wow, I can't wait to see this in person. There are so many interesting things happening on this page, but I was initially most drawn to those creepy masks in the middle of the bottom tier. Big congrats Mark!

Will Gabri-El 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/1/2017

A fine-looking, richly filled and fun example!

Filmore W. Bedwick 
Member Since 2003

Posted on 2/1/2017

You've Got A Ditko Spidey Page!!!! Who could ask for more?!

Glen Brunswick 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/1/2017

Very sweet page! Congrats Mark!

frank x townsondecker 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 2/1/2017


Greg Starr 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/1/2017

Love it!

Michael Kenyon 
Member Since 2008

Posted on 2/1/2017

No kidding buddy this is a genius page.You can stare at this one for hours.I have 60 minutes in the book all ready.So beautifully put together.

David Gee 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 2/1/2017

Woot! A great page! Congratulations! Yep, love panels 3 & 8. ...and panels 1,2,4,5,6,7 & 9.

DC's Showcase 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 2/1/2017

Great one for all the reasons given. Amazing!!

Ron Sonenthal 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 2/1/2017


Gene Park 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/1/2017

Very memorable!

J L 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 2/2/2017

I can't take eyes off that 3rd panel with Gwen too. Great page. Congrats!!!!

Drake Tungsten 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 2/2/2017

OK, now you're just spiking the ball! Major congrats on a glorious page!

Aaron N.  
Member Since 2009

Posted on 2/2/2017

GawDAMM. That is a fine, fine page. For a guy who couldn't draw women...

Carlos DS 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 2/2/2017

Defnitely museum quality, congratulations my friend !

Chris K. 
Member Since 2008

Posted on 2/2/2017

Well...that answers that question! What a great page, Mark - so may good things going on. Congrats!

Dewey Cassell 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/2/2017

I loved Ditko's rendition of Gwen, and I think he definitely drew the best Peter Parker. Plus, the villain they should have made a movie about (and still haven't!) Outstanding page.

Lars Teglbjaerg 
Member Since 2005

Posted on 2/2/2017

Like friend Lee I really love the masks too, but it is really Gwen who steals the page!

glen gold 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 2/2/2017

Great page -- one thing I like is the encroaching darkness as your eye goes down it. The lightness of the top panels, where it's just kids having a soap opera, and how it gets more shadowy when Peter is thinking about doing his Spidey thing, and then the last tier, with the Dr Strange-like rooftop, the crazy face decorations, and the slashes of fabric on Kraven's outfit. Some of the later Ditko issues, he was on cruise control. Not this one. Really atmospheric, congrats!

Fred Chamberlain 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 2/2/2017

A beauty. Congrats!

John Livesay 
Member Since 2009

Posted on 2/2/2017

Just great!!

Abraham  Bernal 
Member Since 2015

Posted on 2/2/2017

I did not see this yesterday, I wanted to be the first to comment:D Congratulations for this, you have what you really wanted:D

Bob  Kopman 
Member Since 2007

Posted on 2/3/2017

Amazing Spider-man page. Love the early Gwen drawings. This must have been a very early appearance.

Emanuele Peveri 
Member Since 2011

Posted on 2/4/2017

Grail. Full stop!

Timothy Finney 
Member Since 2006

Posted on 2/5/2017

My introduction to Gwen happened during the latter stages of Romita's run where, and this was true even on into Kane's tenure, she was all sweetness and light and seemed very much a girl out of a romance comic. But the first time I saw Ditko's original version, she seemed almost another character entirely. Ditko had her rocking that Veronica Lake look, which I found far sexier than Romita's version, but more, she was also clearly smart (smarter?) and fiercely determined, and there was something more (or at least different) going on internally with the character as well. That third panel shows a Gwen I never really saw until I came upon Ditko's original run.

Dietmar Krueger 
Member Since 2010

Posted on 2/9/2017

Nothing can beat this page!!!

Sam 06 
Member Since 2011

Posted on 2/18/2017

A great and classic page! Huge congrats!

Tommy Kohlmaier 
Member Since 2008

Posted on 3/8/2017

Sweet Gwen, nice Peter, great Kraven, great classic art !

red raven 
Member Since 2012

Posted on 7/9/2017

historic piece by the marvelous steve ditko !!!

Gordon Bartik 
Member Since 2013

Posted on 8/1/2017

Mark, a wonderful page. I love the three tiers of three panels where each tier contains its own atmosphere and story thread; something Ditko was/is an absolute master of. I too remember buying this off the newsstand and being fully engaged with a great cover and a tight and visually engaging story, your page typifies perfectly.

Mario B. 
Member Since 2004

Posted on 12/22/2017


S Riz 
Member Since 2014

Posted on 2/2/2018

Classic page! Congrats!

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