"Fred W. Hill said:
….his test of maturity coming in issue #33, after which Ditko seems to have lost much of his previous evident inspiration on the title....
I read somewhere that Ditko considered Spider-Man's triumph in #33…"
"He had a working relationship with at least one writer whose name I can't recall. He had published some books about Ditko's work. Since he apparently had no descendents, maybe his unpublished work will surface through that guy.
As for his…"
"I haven't been back to Walmart since you asked the question, but the Walmart I go to was expanded to pretty much a Super Walmart. The baseball/football cards there are on the wall at the end of all the checkouts. Failing that, I would look…"
Hey Richard, if you've got the first Tales of Suspense Atlast Masterworks, with the corrected table of contents, how about photocopying it for me and mailing it to me? My copy reprints the table of contents for the first Tales to Astonish volume in error. I'd like a copy of the correct list (all of 3-4 pages, I would think) to fold and store with the volume.
If you do, could you mail it to: Kirk Groeneveld, 105 Second St., Athens, OH 45701