The Marvel Age of Comics
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Original Art - Tales To Astonish #061 Pg 11 (1964) by Steve Ditko
This page is also a bit of an anomaly in Marvel history - Steve Ditko was drawing the Hulk feature for TTA during this period, but a host of other artists were responsible for the Giant-Man stories, including Dick Ayers, Carl Burgos, and more. The story goes that Joe Orlando had originally been tapped to draw this story, but when editor Stan Lee was not satisfied with his work (and Orlando refused to make changes), Ditko was brought in with inker George Roussos to redo the story.
Additionally, this is the only Giant-Man (or for that matter Ant-Man) story that Ditko penciled, making this a very rare example of his work on the character.

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Original Art - Tales To Astonish #061 Pg 11 (1964) by Steve Ditko

This page is also a bit of an anomaly in Marvel history - Steve Ditko was drawing the Hulk feature for TTA during this period, but a host of other artists were responsible for the Giant-Man stories, including Dick Ayers, Carl Burgos, and more. The story goes that Joe Orlando had originally been tapped to draw this story, but when editor Stan Lee was not satisfied with his work (and Orlando refused to make changes), Ditko was brought in with inker George Roussos to redo the story.

Additionally, this is the only Giant-Man (or for that matter Ant-Man) story that Ditko penciled, making this a very rare example of his work on the character.

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