THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN / SINISTER SPIDERMAN
NEW AVENGERS / AVENGERS
UNCANNY X-MEN / XMEN
WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN
AGE OF APOCALYPSE
CAPTAIN AMERICA: HOMELAND
GHOST RIDER 2099
I honestly don't know what I'm looking at half the time when Bachalo is the artist. I find some of his panels to be completely incomprehensible.
And his Spider-Man looks fat.
Bachalo needs a good long run on a title. He has too many short runs that then switch over to another artist. Hopefully we'll get a decent run on his upcoming Uncanny X-Men title with Bendis.
"I want to see beautiful people doing amazing things." - Grant Morrison
I like his work on the Death minis and his first issues of Generation X. He was great back then, by the end of Gen X he had moved most of the way to his newer, terrible style which he has stuck with for like 20 years. Bummer!
Bachalo has a best work?????
In all honestty he draws a decent cover or a good splash page..
His smaller box pictures for the most part are so convoluted with muck and other grit and junk you could barely see whats taking place..
Im not a fan of his art work at all and im dreading him being on Uncanny Xmen....
They should've used Billy Tan as the Uncanny artist.
I'm not super familiar with everything Bachalo has done, but the stuff that stands out to me as his best work (and primo artwork in general IMO) was his early work with Generation X. The proportions were much more realistic while still maintaining his signature style.
Deodato is a mixed bag. His '90s work alternates between competent and awful (especially when he farmed it out to "Deodato Studios"), and his recent work is mostly good, but so much in the vein of Lee Bermejo that it often seems derivative.
I have never seen an artist load his pages with more useless crap and grit and muck like Bachalo does.
Some of his pages are completely unrecognizable and so messy I have to put the book down...
If I were limiting it to his Marvel work, I would vote Gen X, but I voted other. Steampunk, is his best, followed by the two Death minis, then his body of Marvel work.
A lunatic is easily recognized...You can tell him by the liberties he takes with common sense...and by the fact that sooner or later he brings up the Templars.