Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Purple Jim, Dec 4, 2017.
Not from a comic book, and I don't have a clue who drew it. But....
He also did this in the Charlton series Rog 2000. When Rog goes to his creator (Byrnes), he looks like a short version of John Byrne.
Who ever drew it had a good grasp on the characters. There are subtle differences that are true to each of the characters. Snagglepuss, Top Cat, and Mr. Jinks look like Hanna-Barbera, Sylvester looks like Warner Brothers, and Tom looks like MGM.
Jeff Catherine Jones. A romantic and a classicist in a comic strip. I still treasure my Idyl book which was reprints from the National Lampoon. She led a sad life from what I understand but her work was gorgeous.
I've been a fan of J. Jones for decades and never knew he was a she!
She transitioned in 1998.
Some of my favorite Batman artists
I really love David Lloyd's art in this one.
One of my all-time favorites was the British mag; Warrior. An anthology book in the vein of the great old Creepy and Eerie magazines. Inside art was in B&W and absolutely stunning, IMO the 1st 12 issues of Warrior are easily equal to the very 1st 12 of Creepy & Eerie. Very high praise indeed! Not only was the artwork stellar but the writing (by the likes of Alan Moore) on series like seminal Miracleman/Marvelman and of course V for Vendetta was easily equal to the art! I picked up issue #1 when it was 1st released here in the states, I saw it on the rack and was curious. Man, what a revelation, many of the artists and writers began working afterwards for Marvel & DC, but at the time, all this talent was unknown to me and fabulous! I still own the books and pull them out from time to time, still highly entertaining. Needless to say, very highly recommended if you can find 'em!
Rip Kirby - Alex Raymond
I had the full set, but sold them on eBay years ago.
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