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(Krypton Radio)   Art school by ten, pro by fourteen, and the guy who made DC characters rock in the 80's, Happy 65th Birthday, José Luis Garcia-Lopez   ( divider line
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2013-03-27 12:08:48 PM  
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FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez is a damn good artist, and drew the iconic images that people associate with various characters because he did the art the licensing department used, but he never really had a major run on any book.

He's...awesome.  That ageism crap needs to stop in the comic-book industry; people are missing out on some great artists who can draw the hell out of pages far better than some of the people doing it now.

/I'm looking at you ROB LIEFELD
//and you GREG LAND

I don't think Dan Jurgens or Jerry Ordway could get pissed on by the NuDC, but they can still draw circles around most of the artists currently used in comics.

...and on a monthly schedule, too.

In today's comics, it seems you either have artists who are on time and horrible, or good and bi-monthly (if you're lucky).

You know, if someone within DC actually reprinted out some WW stories with JLGL's art and put them out as brand-new stories they'd sell like hotcakes.
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