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Favorite artist's artwork in a single story arc Options
jaryd1241
Posted: Saturday, September 29, 2007 11:15:22 AM

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I work at Borders and sometimes on my break I'll just sit down and read some of the graphic novels and TPBs we have. Recently I noticed that someone "accidently" opened the Absolute Batman Hush book, so I decided that since it was already opened I would just go ahead and read it. Jim Lee's artwork looked so amazing on a larger scale. I would have to say Jim Lee's artwork on Batman Hush is my favorite in a single story arc. It's so solid, every panel is just Jim Lee at his best
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Posted: Saturday, September 29, 2007 12:23:05 PM

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I agree. Jim Lee on hush is my fav.

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I love Jim Lee's artwork, I must look out for this graphic novel, you seem to love it Drooling thus I will, as I love Jim Lee's work
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Whenever Im bored or looking exciting read I always return to
Dark Knight Returns or Kingdom Come
Although contrasting styles I adore the artwork in both as it perfectly compliments the stories Drooling


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SpionKopUltra23 wrote:
Whenever Im bored or looking exciting read I always return to
Dark Knight Returns or Kingdom Come
Although contrasting styles I adore the artwork in both as it perfectly compliments the stories Drooling


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I would pick Alex Ross on anything. I can just look at his art all day, and still not see everything in the picture. So far I have read Kingdom Come and Marvels and I'm not really sure which if either I like better.
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I really liked Marvels by Alex Ross


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Marvels by Alex ross would be my pick too, closoely followed by Dave Gibbons for his Watchmen and David Lloyd's art on V For Vendetta. I'm hoping it won't be too long before DC release an Absolute edition of Justice, his work on that is a wonderful complement to his Marvels work.

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Lee. Hush.

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As I've said before in many threads, I'm not a DC fan, but even I bought the Hush Hardcovers because of Jim Lee's work in that book. Simply amazing.

I love going back and looking at John Byrne and Terry Austin's work on the Dark Phoenix Saga. I bought the Essential X-Men tpbs just so I could look at the black & white versions. So beautiful.

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Lee on the Hush, then I really like the work that Mark Bagley did on the Ultimate Spider-Man.

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