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Comic Book Legend Steve Ditko’s Cause Of Death Revealed

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A new report on comicbook.com has revealed Steve Ditko’s cause of death.

The 90-year-old comic book artist is said to have died from a heart attack caused by clogged arteries.

Ditko is best known for co-creating Marvel’s Spider-Man and Doctor Strange with Stan Lee.

Ditko famously had a falling out with Lee and Marvel and has not participated in the makings of the MCU..

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