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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    Olivier Coipel or Esad Ribic on Thor.
    Those are excellent choices, but I'm still rather partial towards Simonson's Thor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    Big question is...who draws the best Doom?
    Personally, it's a toss-up between David's Victor & Jae's Doom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    Steve Epting drew the best Captain America.
    David Aja was fantastic on Iron Fist.
    Deodato Jr can draw some incredible fights. His Thunderbolts was crazy good.
    Could never get tired of Marcos Martin or Bagley drawing Spider-Man.

    While subjective, agree with most.
    Think Deodato Jr's Thunderbolts was the last thing of his I truly enjoyed. Find his pencils/inks to heavy these days.
    No to Bagley. On anything. (Doesn't mean I didn't enjoy Ult. Spider-Man).
    Will throw in Maleev for DD and Ribic on Thor and maybe Guice on Winter Soldier.
    Truth be told looking at the list, seems the writing and general tone also "enhanced" the art.

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    Steve Ditko on Peter Parker. Everybody since has drawn Pete as Hollywood star, handsome, boring.

    And Steve D imagining of Dr Strange’s spirit world, also fantastic.

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    George Perez on Avengers
    John Byrne on X-Men
    Jack Kirby on FF
    Bob Layton on Iron Man
    Jim Starlin on Adam Warlock
    Ron Lim on Silver Surfer
    Gene Colan on DD
    Joe Bennett on Hulk

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    Oh, and Bill Sienkeweicz on Moon Knight

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    Prefer Frank Cho's women, I can agree with Romita Jr on the best choreographed fights, Wolverine: Enemy of the State was glorious, also like his Wolverine Dark Reign fight with Daken vs The Punisher, fucking brutal. McNiven and Lee are hard choices for best Wolverine though, might have to with Lee due to speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurz View Post
    Adi Granov draws the best Iron Man.


    For me, Adi is my Iron Man artist. He set the definitive look of Iron Man which influenced the movies.

    After that, it's Sean Chen:


    Then Paul Ryan:
    "I am a man of peace."

    "A man of peace...who fights like ten tigers."

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    Sal Buscema on the Hulk;




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    John Byrnes FF was nothing short of genius
    John Buscemas Thor, epic
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    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    Sal Buscema on the Hulk;



    Yeah...maybe a handful could compete with his rendition of Hulk. Agreed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maklelin highbain View Post
    ron lim drawing silver surfer
    Yup. Cant deny.
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    It almost feels to me that there should be divisions based on era or style for this. Kind of feels like comparing apples and oranges to debate between modern artists like Adi Granov, Gabriele Dell'Otto, what have you, versus Silver Age artists.

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    Then there was Tom Raney's Thor.

    Just...wow.
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