Steve Ditko, co-Creator of Spider-Man, has died on the 29th of June.

Steve Ditko, co-author of the popular superhero Spider, died on June 29.

He was 90 years old. Several American papers reported on the story on Friday.

Ditko worked for world-famous publishing house Marvel Comics back in the 60s, where he co-created Spiderman in 1961. He created Doctor Strange two years later. He also created the Green Goblin, the Lizard, Sandman and Doctor Octopus.

Ditko left Marvel in 1966, after a disagreement with Stan Lee (Editor-in chief). He then worked for several other publishing houses, including Marvel’s rival DC comics.

Steve Ditko was found dead in his New York apartment last week. Sources say he probably died of a heart attack.

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