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Steve Ditko has passed away (1927-2018)

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https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/steve-ditko-dead-spider-man-creator-was-90-1125489

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He was a prominent figure at Marvel Comics back in the day and helped creating with Stan Lee and Jack Kirby a multitude of characters like Spider-Man, Doctor Strange or Squirrel Girl.
In the last couple of decades he had a fallout with Marvel and decided to go solo and stop talking about them, he barely did interviews and all. But i can't imagine him being that happy considering what Marvel is currently undergoing comicwise.
Still, at least he lived a long life. F.

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An absolute legend, thank you so much for bring me the joys of Squirrel Girl, Mr Didko, may you rest easy knowing your creations brought joy to millions. Thank you.

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While I've never been really into the comic scene too much, I am more than well aware of the level of influence that Steve Ditko has had on the industry. It;s always a shame when we lose one of our great creatives, but as long as his works continue to inspire he'll be immortal on a way. Rest in peace Steve Ditko. You will be missed, but may you never be forgotten.

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Steve Ditko was a legend, responsible for creating one of my all-time favorite characters as well as many iconic visuals and stories that inspire me to this day. He was also something of a mystery figure in recent years, as he was notoriously reclusive and silent. To me, this just made him all the more intriguing; a living legend that avoided the spotlight. I'm sad to see him go.

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While I don't know much about Steve Ditko, I do know that without his help, Marvel probably wouldn't be like what it is today. Rest in peace, Steve.

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