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Daveym

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Location: Lancashire
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You may or may not have heard of eleven pages of Steve Ditko art being donated to the Library of Congress for posterity but given someone kindly posted on the CAF site a report, with scans, of an in person inspection I thought you all might be interested in a close view. I think this is absolutely amazing to see... O\:\-\)

http://www.comicartfans.com/NewsRoom.asp?NSub=119



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DPFW




It's amazing (no pun intended) to see the original pages! And to see all the white out used! Very cool!
Thank you for posting the link.



-DPFW



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Unstable Molecule


Location: Calgary, AB Canada
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Posts: 3,108


Agreed. I must have read that story 30 times, but this time was much more interesting. I love the erased notes and artwork - gives me insight into how it all came together. Also, there's something about black-and-white that seems to make a story more raw. I can't believe they considered axing the entire "Wheatcakes" page! =D




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