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Pick a sequential page from a brilliant CURRENT artist!


#1

One page. Show me what they’ve got.

My choice. Legends of DCU #6 by Dave Taylor and Kevin Nolan. Yeah, I know it’s around 17 years old, but both guys still active and fantastic. I really love this page and have this issue for reference on my desk all the time.


#2

JH Williams III. There are countless pages of his that look utterly beautiful as pieces of art in their own right, but I think this one - from towards the end of Detective Comics #859 - shows off his stylistic versatility, technical skill, and his ability to carry the emotional beats and subtext of a story through the art alone:

https://p.dreamwidth.org/423663a3b8f8/i45.tinypic.com/2vmuern.jpg

That whole run was great.


#3

I’m currently in love with anything James Harren does, especially his work on BPRD. This is a Conan page:


#4

It’s gotta be David Aja for me…
I love this page in Hawkeye….
Issue 11 is like the Wall-E of comics…


#5

I went with Tim Sale and a page from Hulk Gray. I re-read it on the train recently and still blows me away.


#6

#7

Francis Manapul:


#8

Frank Quitely :wink:


#9

Hey TMasters, you didn’t add a name. Is that Andreas Sorrentino?

MM


#10

Yeah it is, from Green Arrow.


#11

Rob Liefeld - he draws like what it felt to be a teenager. Even though he is now in his 40’s his art never lost that “teenage charm” to me. Big muscled guys doing cool things with lots of punching.


#12

Welcome to Millarworld, Moep. I’m a huge Liefeld fan too.


#13

Thanks RonnieM - been lurking for years. Liefeld takes a lot a crap for his stylistic choices where others get a pass but for me his art still has that spark that I LOVED when I first store his work on New Mutants.

Plus look at that ass in frame 3. Wonderful.


#14

Yup! He just did some pretty unreal work on the OML sequel. You should snap him up!


#15

I feel Sorrentino relies on photographs (and Jae Lees work) too heavily to really connect with an audience.


#16

Totally agree - its hard to pick a specific page, because he’s on fire ALL THE TIME.


#17

Loads of Chris Samnee pages I could have chosen, but just look at this one of things going badly for Daredevil

Wonderful


#18

Chris Mooneyham from Five Ghosts. Excellent layouts, mood, etc, and evokes guys like Klaus Janson and Dick Giordano for a classic 70s feel.


#19

I can’t say enough about JH Williams III. Super artist. Super nice guy.


#20

Any of you guys know this up-and-comer called Frank Quitely?

Not too shabby at all.