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    Steve Ditko 3-D Substance #1 Cover Original Art (3-D Zone, 1990). Created by Jack C. Harris and designed by comic art legend Steve Ditko, Substance was then 3-D-ized by the master of the Third Dimension, Ray Zone. This ironically 2-D cover features some fine Ditko fun produced in ink over graphite, on Bristol board, with an image area of 10" x 15". The hand-drawn logo is paste-up, taped in place. Slight tanning with some production tape, otherwise in Excellent condition. From the Ray Zone Collection.

    More information about Steve Ditko, also known as Ditko, Steve, Steve Ditko, Stephen Ditko, Ditko, Stephen.

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    November, 2015
    19th-21st Thursday-Saturday
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