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PART THREE OF THREE
Mr. A Publication History!


Steve Ditko, inspired by Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism, created Mr. A., the world's first Objectivist superhero! In part one of this series, we examined the works of both Ditko and author Ayn Rand; in part two, we presented a look at Mr. A.'s comic adventures. Today, concluding this series, we present Mr. A's publication history!

Steve Ditko's MR. A. Publication History
STORY or ART TITLE PUBLICATION YEAR
“Angel” witzend #3 1967
“Money” witzend #4 1968
Eight quarter-page
spot illustrations
featuring Mr. A.
Sense of Wonder #6
Comic Crusader #4
Comic Crusader #5
Eon #3
1968
1968
1969
1969
“The Community U.N.” Part 1 Comic Crusader #6 1969
“The Community U.N.” Part 2 Comic Crusader #7 1969
“The Defenders” Sense of Wonder #11 1969
“Violence, The Phoney Issue” Guts #5 1969
“Guardians” - one page illustration Graphic Illustrations #3 1969
“Middle of the Road” Graphic Illusions 1971
“Chapterplay” Comic Crusader #13 1972
Inside front cover illustration Epoch #4 1972
“When is A Man To Be Judged Evil?” (Cover) The Collector #26 1972
“White and Black” Quintessence #22 1973
“Right To Kill” Mr. A. #1 1973
"Count Rogue"
"Good, Evil, Compromise, Corruption"
Mr. A. #2 1975
"Mr. A. Faces The Knifer" Ditko's 176-Page
Package: Heroes
2000
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END!

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