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These are photos of Steve Ditko at his drawing table:

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The inked art on the desk is the cover of Kid Colt Outlaw #86:

The GCD currently lists the cover as pencilled and inked by John Severin. But its presence in the photos suggests Ditko inked it.

The poster images are from here.

The poster in the middle was drawn by Howard Chaykin and sold at the San Diego Comic-Con in 1976. The comic didn't go on sale until Apr. the next year, but I've placed it first on the assumption Chaykin based the poster on the cover rather than vice versa. Chaykin and Roy Thomas promoted the film at the convention. Poster image source as above.

Superheroes behaving badly.

I like the Italian one the best.

Why would the mayor of Carmel, Indiana, send me a LinkedIn invitation?

Isn't that Wandering Sensei's neck of the woods?

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