edited by Craig Yoe <<•>> As if the above weren't enough, we now also have this oversize cloth hardcover brimming with more classic Ditko art! Compared to the Fantagraphics volume, the page size is larger and the paper stock seems to us to be a bit brighter and the colors a bit lighter. This one is divided into a number of thematically organized sections and has a bit more editorial content courtesy of editor Yoe. While, yes, there is a bit of overlap between the two volumes, it is fairly minimal. This book spans a greater number of years and presents a wider variety of material and so only a few of the earlier stories are duplicated in the volume listed above. If your budget limits you to only one volume, we'd have to say go with the Fantagraphics, but, c'mon: this is classic Ditko we're talking about here. and it's well worth the price, so put if you have to, put it on the back burner for now, but don't forget it's there.