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    All-time

    1. Dick Dillin
    2. Alex Ross
    3. Barry Kitson
    4. George Perez
    5. Kevin McGuire

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    1.George Pérez
    2.Tom Lyle
    3. Brian Bolland
    4.Suehiro Maruo
    5.Frank Miller

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    It's always great to see Dick Dillin get some recognition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    It's always great to see Dick Dillin get some recognition!
    Growing up, Justice League of America was my comic book and Dick Dillin was my artist. Loved his work on that book.

    When I received issue #184 in the mail in 1980, I knew immediately that something was different about the art. When I got to the letter column, they announced that Dick Dillin had died - on my birthday - March 1, 1980. Several people in the industry gave tributes to him, which he absolutely deserved.

    I will admit that I cried that day. George Perez was a nice replacement but I never enjoyed the JLofA as much without Mr. Dillin.

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    OMG! Since Manga Artists are allowed, these would be My Top choices...











    Quote Originally Posted by SavageJudgeDredd View Post
    Rumiko Takahashi
    OMG! Rumiko Takahashi!! Definitely, an all-time great (IMHO):

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    Rob Liefeld
    Todd McFarlane
    John Romita
    Huberto Ramos
    Steve Dillon

    Mention to Dustin Nguyen

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    From May of 2022:
    Quote Originally Posted by a moment closer View Post
    Top Five All-Time Favorite Artists

    What a hard choice! It hurts to limit all the great talent I've enjoyed over the years. Oh boy!

    Not in any particular order.

    Clay Mann, Olivier Coipel, David Marquez, Stephanie Hans, and David Finch.


    There are at least ten to fifteen more names I want to put down. They all deserve recognition!
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    Top Five All-Time Favorite Artists

    What a hard choice! It hurts to limit all the great talent I've enjoyed over the years. Oh boy!

    Not in any particular order.

    Clay Mann, Olivier Coipel, David Marquez, Stephanie Hans, and David Finch.
    And previously,

    From September 28th:
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    Cool stuff! My top 5 for the mix:

    1. Erik Larsen

    2. Carlos Ezquerra

    3. Ryan Ottley

    4. Eiichiro Oda

    5. Colin MacNeil

    Honorable mentions: Amanda Conner, Simon Bisley, Rumiko Takahashi, Michael Turner, Dave Cockrum.


    Erik has been delivering the goods forever, Savage Dragon, my fav comics. Carlos I'd say is my fav visual storyteller too, insanely good. Co-created Judge Dredd too. Ryan is my fav of these as far as just prettiest to look at, love his style, and a great storyteller too.

    Oda packs a whole lot into those One Piece pages, he's a treasure (pun intended). Colin MacNeil is for me the most jaw-dropping art for Judge Dredd, and he's been doing great work on it this year no less, with my fav writer John Wagner. So cool! Comics rule.

    Here's some Carlos and Erik:

    From October 13th:
    Quote Originally Posted by rubelahamed View Post
    wow
    Cool stuff! My top 5 for the mix:

    1. Erik Larsen

    2. Carlos Ezquerra

    3. Ryan Ottley

    4. Eiichiro Oda

    5. Colin MacNeil
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    Ryan is my fav of these as far as just

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    1) Jim Aparo
    2) John Byrne
    3) JRJR
    4) George Perez
    5) Jim Lee

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    From the '80s, my next choice would be...

    David Mazzucchelli







    From the '90s, my next choice would be...

    Dale Keown

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    Travis Charest, Alex Maleev, Moebius, Hiroya Oku & Alex Ross.

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    ^^^OMG! In total agreement about Travis Charest!! Still hoping for a comeback someday

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    [center]^^^OMG! In total agreement about Travis Charest!! Still hoping for a comeback someday
    He's my absolute favorite. He "cites Mike Mignola, Adam Hughes, and Brian Bolland among his artistic influences, but while I can definitely can see Hughes, and even some Bolland... Mignola? Where? I'd rather say he's a merge of Moebius and Juan Gimenez.

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    Not in a particular order:
    - Alan Davis


    - Nicola Mari (Nathan Never)



    - Victor Hubinon



    - Barry Windsor-Smith


    - Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira)
    Last edited by Zelena; 11-30-2022 at 05:50 AM.
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    From the '90s, my next choice would be...

    Jae Lee







    Back to the '80s, my next choice would be...

    Mike Zeck

    Last edited by K7P5V; 11-30-2022 at 01:15 PM. Reason: Made Adjustments.

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