Guy’s a hack - always infuriated me.
It’s been posted here before I think, and that article links to it, but it’s worth posting here again:
It’d be one thing to rip off a Jim Lee drawing nowadays and sell that on eBay. There are plenty of swipe sketches available, but they sell for small beans, and there’s less injustice in ripping off a millionaire.
We all know that so many of the comic artists from the golden and silver age struggled to make ends meet, and once they couldn’t draw anymore, or their style wasn’t in fashion, they were out of luck with no royalties to speak of, no health insurance, no retirement savings - meanwhile Roy’s making millions from literally copying their old panels.
Creator of “Mom’s Cancer” and “Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow,” both published by Abrams. Won some awards, including an Eisner and a Harvey.
This fellow lost his California home in the recent fires - he has a short strip about it here.