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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    Stuart Immonen,
    Oliver Coipel,
    Arthur Adams,
    Gary Frank
    I enjoy these artist's work as well. I'd add Alan Davis to this list.

    Don't know as any of them are any "better" than Perez, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    strongly disagree stuart immonen, oliver coipel, frank cho, mike deadato, Esad Ribic, Byan Hitch, Absolutly without question Ivan Reis, jim lee, alan davis, jae lee, marko dejurdivic, Kenneth Rockafort, My God JH Williams 3, Gilliam March, juan jose ryp, Jim Cheung, arthur adams, Phillip Tan, Stephan Sejic, Clayton Crain and Gary frank ALL of them i think are a thousand times better than Perez ever was IMO no offense to yours, like walter simonsons, steve dillion and JRJR i can see almost no value in his art.
    the one thing perez does get right offen is he is sometimes brilliant with his panels
    George Perez walks the dog on all of these guys, save Williams, and his colleagues Adams and Simonson.
    Check this out, and tell me that anybody but Perez could do something like this. Not a single one of the artists you've listed has ever shown the capacity for pulling something like this off.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger1701 View Post
    Different strokes for different folks. IMHO, Perez is one of the best comics artists of the past 40 years. His stuff isn't quite as solid as when he was in his prime during the eighties, but it still outshines most artists working in the field today.
    Indeed. And Perez now looks pretty damn good compared to what little John Byrne is drawing now.

    I'm fine with the new PG costume so long as it gets ripped to shreds on a regular basis.
    Superhero comic books only become art to the extent that their banal, unrealistic fantasy and garish styles go too far and become interesting. Attempts to ground them in reality can only ruin them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiro5 View Post
    Good list. Only one of that entire list I find fault with, and I know it's a personal taste thing. But all those guys would mop the floor with George Perez's work (sorry Perez lovers...).
    Thanks
    just for curiouosity sake who was it you find fault with? and whys. its fine just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFTY-TWO (52) View Post
    George Perez walks the dog on all of these guys, save Williams, and his colleagues Adams and Simonson.
    Check this out, and tell me that anybody but Perez could do something like this. Not a single one of the artists you've listed has ever shown the capacity for pulling something like this off.



    The man is a master, and when he's gone, this whole industry will go dark.
    DUDE.................... thats Alex ross lololololololololol


    and even if it was ivan reis could stand with that

    yes its not That good not being painted and all but there close to each other on a complexity level
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    Poor George. I think if anyone deserves the forum lashing it's Levitz. Killing off Helena B. so he could have his Wayne back stinks a bit of egotism. This isn't the Huntress fans have fallen for in recent years and it sure as hell isn't the Power Girl her fans have enjoyed. I'd love to be proven wrong but I don't see it happening anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    greg land.............. hell No!
    where too busy reading aquaman with brilliant Ivan reis and Batwoman with Godly JH Williams the 3rd (THAT MAN CAN TELL A STORY)
    not to be rude just saying
    They're dynamic, no doubt, but Ivan Reis comes from the Alan Davis school of art (along with Bryan Hitch). Williams took years to develop his work to the level it is now. But none of them (Davis included) can direct a story like Perez can. Period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    DUDE.................... thats Alex ross lololololololololol
    Oh my. You're so young.
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    there has never been a good Avengers artist because Marvel sucks, and DC is the superior company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fused View Post
    Poor George. I think if anyone deserves the forum lashing it's Levitz. Killing off Helena B. so he could have his Wayne back stinks a bit of egotism. This isn't the Huntress fans have fallen for in recent years and it sure as hell isn't the Power Girl her fans have enjoyed. I'd love to be proven wrong but I don't see it happening anytime soon.
    Meh. I never considered Bertinelli the real Huntress. I'm glad to have Helena Wayne back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFTY-TWO (52) View Post
    I'm glad to have Helena Wayne back.
    Me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFTY-TWO (52) View Post
    Oh my. You're so young.
    what are you talking about, that cover was painted by alex ross.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    what are you talking about, that cover was painted by alex ross.........
    No. The entire cover was drawn and inked by George Perez.

    Alex Ross then painted over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIFTY-TWO (52) View Post
    They're dynamic, no doubt, but Ivan Reis comes from the Alan Davis school of art (along with Bryan Hitch). Williams took years to develop his work to the level it is now. But none of them (Davis included) can direct a story like Perez can. Period.
    have you read batwoman elegy or the curent batwoman book, thats how an artist directs a story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    what are you talking about, that cover was painted by alex ross.........
    it is...I can read his fascism from anywhere.

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