Man alive, but Ditko has a grim view of the world. When he's good, though, he's good, and the Question - in whatever incarnation - is demonstrably kick-ass. Still, I'm glad that O'Neil gave him a revamp - anyone THAT abrasive would not be someone I'd want to read about for very long. (Anyway, he kept the core concept, which was 'the hero against the world' - it's just that the world the O'Neil Vic happened to live in was very, very rotten.) The 'diver who drown people on dry land' concept is an interesting one for a villain - not to mention that the old-fashioned diving suit looks suitably creepy and distinctive. It's a shame that this 'Diver of Death' never stuck around - one thing that has regrettably kept the Question on the sidelines for all these years is the lack of good, recurring villains.