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    Quote Originally Posted by Vishop View Post
    Capullo & X-Force
    Agreed.

    I don't know what goes on behind-the-scenes,
    but I've always liked Capullo's work and never could figure out the reason critics felt his art was "badly drawn".





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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Agreed.

    I don't know what goes on behind-the-scenes,
    but I've always liked Capullo's work and never could figure out the reason critics felt his art was "badly drawn".




    I agree. Capullo's current work (specifically his work on Batman) is more fluid. I think critics are comparing his early work to his current work which is more evolved and a lot more fluid. But, I always loved his X-Force work.

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    Another favorite X-Artist would be...

    Ladronn





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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    I don't know what goes on behind-the-scenes,
    but I've always liked Capullo's work and never could figure out the reason critics felt his art was "badly drawn”.
    WHAT? Where was Capullo’s artwork described as “poorly drawn”????
    Back in his X-FORCE days, he was heir apparent to take over one of the main titles. His work on the crossover issues of X-Tinction Agenda showed he could play well with all the toys in the x-verse.
    But then he got snapped up by McFarlane and worked on SPAWN for an age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirteen View Post
    WHAT? Where was Capullo’s artwork described as “poorly drawn”????
    Honestly, it was in an old issue of Wizard. I remember there was a group-shot image of almost every member of X-Force with art from Capullo and, underneath that image, there was a caption that said "badly drawn". Can't remember the exact issue number, but I definitely know it was Wizard Magazine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Daymare View Post
    Stuart Immonen-he is my JC Penney, "I love his style".
    Agreed. When he changed his art-style, it became most enjoyable. Immonen's version of Beast's feline-form is a personal favorite:

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    Immonen is sort of THE superheroes comic-book artist for me. He's not just a superb drawer, but his style is perfect for this genre.

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    Immonen is great. Other favorites of mine are Bachalo, Sienkiewicz, Quiteley, Silvestri, and Coipel.
    Last edited by davetvs; 06-07-2020 at 11:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Another favorite X-Artist would be...

    Ladronn


    Any idea what issue this is? I'm guessing Cable's original 90's series? That's the only thing that comes to mind when I hear Jose Ladronn...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    Any idea what issue this is? I'm guessing Cable's original 90's series? That's the only thing that comes to mind when I hear Jose Ladronn...?
    Cable #68
    (Cover Date: June, 1999)

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    ^ ^ ^

    Thank you sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackalsIII View Post
    The Dodsons
    In agreement with you about the Dodsons. Their work is exceptional:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet Rita View Post
    It'd be very nice to have a poll on this thread, or even better a final count. I love speaking about artists.

    - Ron Wagner, cool breeze for Excalibur (I wish he'd stay)

    In agreement with you about the artwork of Ron Wagner. I enjoyed his team-up with Jim Lee during the X-Men/Ghost Rider crossover event known as "Brood Trouble in the Big Easy". Jim Lee got all the attention, but I thought Wagner held up his end quite admirably:




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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    I enjoyed his team-up with Jim Lee during the X-Men/Ghost Rider crossover event known as "Brood Trouble in the Big Easy". Jim Lee got all the attention, but I thought Wagner held up his end quite admirably:
    I agree. Wagner is what I call a drawer. He could be great in almost every genre: adventure, romance, Sci-Fi, noir, slice of life, superheroes... I think I would buy anything made by him --I don't know about any of his other works, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricochet Rita View Post
    I agree. Wagner is what I call a drawer. He could be great in almost every genre: adventure, romance, Sci-Fi, noir, slice of life, superheroes... I think I would buy anything made by him --I don't know about any of his other works, though.
    Well said. It's nice to know that Wagner can be relied upon to do anything that needs to be done:






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