Randex

Saturday 14 July 2018
New York Times

…Dies at 90New York TimesMr. Ditko further pursued Randian notions, particularly with Mr. A, a character he created for Witzend, a black-and-white comic aimed at adults and unconstrained by the Comics Code…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Reason

…September 1969 issue featured his energetically Randian 10-page story “The Avenging World,” blaming the world’s evils on equivocating “neutralist” compromisers who refuse to …Comics People React to the…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Bleeding Cool News

…Cool NewsHe’s a man whose politics were hardcore Randian, who walked away from success, who turned down having the Amazing Fantasy #15 art returned to him, which would be worth an eight-figure sum. He didn’…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
TechCrunch

…throughout the decades, directly reflecting the Randian Objectivist philosophy that also pervaded DC creations like Hawk and Dove. Regardless of philosophical bent, however, Ditko’s work was, …Steve…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Register Citizen (Torrington, CT)

…Register Citizen“Following the example of [Ayn] Rand’s John Galt, Ditko hacked out moneymaking work, saving his care for the crabbed Objectivist screeds he published with tiny presses. And boy…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Tampa Tribune (FL)

…had been shifting, increasingly influenced by Ayn Rand’s libertarian philosophy. Spider-Man’s villain the Looter was named after Rand’s term for those leeching from the creative elite; phrases like “…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018

…vigilante, but he was also an ardent follower of Ayn Rand’s Objectivism, just like Ditko himself. Essentially, it was a way for Ditko to express those beliefs within the context of his superhero stories…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
St. Petersburg Times (FL)

…had been shifting, increasingly influenced by Ayn Rand’s libertarian philosophy. Spider-Man’s villain the Looter was named after Rand’s term for those leeching from the creative elite; phrases like “…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Forbes

…published stories, still heavily influenced by Randian philosophy and full of…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
The Telegraph (London)

…then …Telegraph.co.ukDitko became a devotee of Ayn Rand, a man who practices a strict philosophy of self-reliance, creative control and absolutely no truck with the supernatural. And yet he lost…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Comic Book Bin

…Should Not BeComic Book BinDitko was a follower of Ayn Rand’s objectivism. According to comic columnist Thom Young, Ditko’s philosophical ethos can be seen in his comic work in Spider-man, Hawk and Dove…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018
Slate - Trailhead

…in 1965, Ditko went deeper into the world of Ayn Rand, creating Objectivist superheroes The Question and Mr. A, the latter of whom was named for “A is A,’ a slogan from Atlas Shrugged. Mr. A would…

Posted about 1 month ago Publication date: 07 Jul 2018