Pair of reprints from Marvel. There's a Spider-Man reprint mini-series which apparently reprints some random selection of comics, with the fourth issue it has three issues of the Ditko run for a good price, if you're looking for a Ditko-era Spider-Man sampler. And for the first time the Marvel Masterworks line gets to one of Ditko's seventeen stories from his first run at Marvel, with the 4-page never reprinted "The Greatest Experiment" from STRANGE TALES #46 . Unfortunately Ditko's stories were so scattered that they'll be spread out among almost seventeen different books in this format.
SPIDER-MAN: WITH GREAT POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY #4 (of 7)
Written by STAN LEE
Pencils & Cover by STEVE DITKO
Silver Age Spidey classics! Spider-Man makes his crime-fighting debut as he tries to join the Fantastic Four — but will he survive his inaugural battle with the Chameleon? Then, Dr. Octopus returns, madder than ever — and Spider-Man must face the stinging wrath of the Scorpion! Relive the magical collaboration of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in this trio of masterworks from the Marvel Vault! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #1 (from MARVEL MASTERWORKS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 1 TPB), #11 (from MARVEL MASTERWORKS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 2 TPB) and #20 (from MARVEL MASTERWORKS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOL. 3 TPB).
MARVEL MASTERWORKS: ATLAS ERA STRANGE TALES VOL. 5 HC
Written by VARIOUS
Penciled by VARIOUS
Cover by JOE MANEELY
From the dark heart of the Atlas Era comes another dose of bizarre and exciting STRANGE TALES! Crafted by a host of the most talented illustrators to ever grace the comic-book page — from early work by Steve Ditko to accomplished efforts by Bill Everett — each story is a page-turning pleasure from the days when comics were as frightful as they were delightful! A heaping helping of bug-eyed aliens, unexplored caves, time machines, mermaids and atomic bombs will prove to you there’s a taste of something for everyone with a penchant for the fearsome and the fantastic. And with an in-depth introduction by noted Atlas scholar Dr. Michael J. Vassallo, there’s no other place where comics’ most contentious era is presented and studied in such detail as here. So reserve your copy today, and march on with the MARVEL MASTERWORKS!
Collecting STRANGE TALES (1951) #40-48.