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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    I definitely agree that Romita can draw young women in a very cute matter, though I do think their faces tend to look too similar to each other:

    We're definitely on the same page. Romita, Sr. certainly knows how to draw the ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Hunter View Post
    That is one of the biggest missed oportunitys of the X-Men is that they could not keep Paul Smith on the book longer. I wish he would have had a 5 year run on Uncanny he was just that good.
    Not just how it's drawn, but how Uncanny X-Men #173 is laid out as well. I mean, even so much as a hallway scene looks cool:


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    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    Agreed.
    Andrew Wildman was a good try, just...not a good fit.
    I felt the same way about Joe St. Pierre. I always thought he had potential.

    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    Speaking of Andrew Wildman, he was the shot in the arm for the Marvel Transformers series...
    Agreed. The creative team really upped their game in making a most memorable and thrilling end to the series.

    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    I thought Mark D. Bright was a great fit for G.I. Joe...
    Doc Bright was fine on the series. But I was rather partial towards Rod Whigham.
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    Chris Bachalo's Gambit.
    Last edited by K7P5V; 06-21-2019 at 04:42 PM. Reason: Added a few words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    Not just how it's drawn, but how Uncanny X-Men #173 is laid out as well. I mean, even so much as a hallway scene looks cool:

    Just like those Wolverine vs the Silver Samurai pages I linked. It was the same issue and had 3 or 4 full pages of just Wolverine and the Samurai fighting with no dialogue, but it still felt so epic. You could feel the brutality just flowing off the page and tell these two men were trying to kill each other.


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    Gene Colan's Doctor Strange.
    Last edited by K7P5V; 06-22-2019 at 03:00 AM. Reason: Added image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowcat View Post
    Did George ever draw him unmasked as T'Challa? I'd like to compare with Vic
    "I'll never wear my Power Ring again! It's been a curse to me!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon16 View Post
    Did George ever draw him unmasked as T'Challa? I'd like to compare with Vic
    In issue 160 he draws him without the mask in two panels, but only in profile.

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    Phoenix from Alan Davis.
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    Now, from Fantastic Four #48, is this a drawing, or the result of photo manipulation?


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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Doc Bright was fine on the series. But I was rather partial towards Rod Whigham.
    Whigham is always a favorite, my first Joe comics was issue #41.
    Good memories of his run; I was officially hooked with #49 and it lasted thru #110.
    Loved Serpentor's interaction with CC in issue #52.

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    John Buscema on Conan.
    Preferably with Ernie Chan on inks.


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    This one will be an odd and obscure one, but I vaguely remember flipping thru the color reprints of the Eastman & Laird Ninja Turtles books at Waldenbooks. They would sit on the shelf for years...like luggage. This was in `88 thru `90 and they were always there. Never got into the Mirage series.
    The Archie line? I dunno what it was, but I was hooked at issue #3.
    Ken Mitchroney had a look that is hard to describe. Kind of had a Looney Tunes look to it.



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    Man, that's some serious nostalgic art right there.

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    John Buscema on Thor or Conan
    John Romita on Spider-Man
    Dale Keown on Hulk
    Ron Lim on Silver Surfer
    George Perez on Avengers
    Steve Epting on Captain America

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