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"What Makes A Hero?" – – Vic Sage is a television commentator by day, a vigilante known as the Question by night. When he discovers that businessman Jason Ord is in cahoots with racketeer Max Kroe. Sage refuses to accept sponsorship from Ord, which causes Ord to orchestrate with Kroe a smear campaign against Sage. Little do they know that they are dealing with…the Question. The book opens with a one page forward, or introduction, drawn by Rocco “Rocke” Mastresorio, that explains that “we’re back readers, because so many of you asked … The Question!” The indicia indicates the the comic is to be published four times a year, but no other issues ever were published. Wow, pretty heavy stuff! This comic is pretty typical Ditko, of the time, heavy on dialogue and “message”, and you can’t read it in just a few minutes, like other comics published during the Silver Age, i.e. the 1960s. And now looking back, this book was published about two years after Ditko left Marvel Comics, after his falling out with Stan Lee. If you read those last words again, they could almost be directed at Lee, who may have begun taking more credit for Marvel’s huge success, rather than sharing that success with the artists, such as Ditko and Jack Kirby! Escamilla Comics are reproduced from actual classic comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old.
bound: 36 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 20, 2017)
isbn: 1544678088, 978-1544678085,
weight: 5.1 ounces (