For many years it's seemed that Steve Ditko was living a life of isolation, where his best companion was the books he loved and his own unique philosophy. There's nothing wrong with that, of course, except that that approach has made Ditko isolated from his fellow man. Here we begin to see the affects of that isolation with a bizarre and incoherent comic that makes no compromises for reader comprehension or enjoyment. I wanted so very much to find Steve Ditko to still be a great thinker and amazing comics artist. Unfortunately, in this comic, he proves himself to be neither. Read Full Review
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