Comics Legend Steve Ditko Illustrates The Importance Of Properly Framing Your Product Decisions

Steve Ditko reveals his thoughts about Spider-Man in the Silver Age of Comic Book Art by Arlen Schumer.

Illustrator Steve Ditko, who co-created Spider-Man and Doctor Strange with Stan Lee, passed away recently at age 90.

Ditko was known as the “J.D. Salinger” of comics: He rarely gave interviews, and he eschewed the publicity that accompanies high-profile events such the release of the Spider-Man or Doctor Strange films. But his work speaks volumes — and his ability to frame a scene to make it instantly understandable could help us make better product decisions.

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Death Rides A Sled! Or, Ghost Rider #35… In 10 Panels Or Less

Today: We’re recapping Ghost Rider #35 “Deathrace” … in 10 Panels Or Less™.

Tomorrow: We’ll use this story recap as a springboard into this week’s topic: In product management, do the ends justify the means?

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Ghost Rider #35 was created by Jim Starlin (story & layout) and Steve
Leialoha (finished art), and published by Marvel Comics in 1979. Key plot points are pictured herein. You have been warned!
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The Sundered Throne, or The Saga Of Crystar Crystal Warrior #1… In 10 Panels Or Less

Today: We’re recapping The Saga Of Crystar, Crystal Warrior #1… in 10 Panels Or Less™.

Tomorrow: We’ll use this story recap as a springboard into a discussion of the importance of pursuing disruptive technologies.

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A Puppet Who Can See The Strings, Or Watchmen In 10 Panels Or Less

Today: We’re audaciously daring to summarize the graphic novel Watchmen… in 10 Panels Or Less™.

Tomorrow: We’ll use this story summary as a springboard into a discussion on when being right isn’t enough.

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Marlo Ain’t Pitying Rick Jones No More, Or Incredible Hulk #464 In 10 Panels Or Less

Today: We’re summarizing The Incredible Hulk #464… in 10 Panels Or Less™.

Tomorrow: We’ll use this story summary as a springboard into a discussion on how to say “no” to a customer. Allons-y!

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