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Old 01-19-2010, 12:03 PM   #40
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Default Re: Neal Adam's Batman Odyssey

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Originally Posted by Mr. Earle View Post
Guys i didnt mean that Adams should try and draw like Lee, its just that he hasnt improved, refined or modernized it. Yes its got a timeless feel to it, but i think he should have upgraded it over the years.
It looks like Neal Adams has upgraded it. Neal Adams' art for Batman: Odyssey looks much more detailed than his earlier art.




Neal Adams said, "I have never been able to bring my "A" game to Batman, to my satisfaction. Oh, a little here and there, but all out? Never, never. On this project? Yep."

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Lee didnt always draw like that. If i am not mistaken, his first works looked like Liefield's but over the years he's become a god.
Jim Lee has obviously improved in anatomy and his art is much more detailed on All-Star Batman than his first works had been.

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Obviously i enjoy different artists and i appreciate Adams, so i'll enjoy his work.
Good.

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Btw, Quitely and Nguyen are my favourite artists, who are yours?
A wide variety. Neal Adams, Kelley Jones, Dave McKean, Jim Lee, Adam Hughes, Darwyn Cooke, Kyle Baker, Gene Colan, Kevin Nowlan, Bill Sienkiewicz, Frank Miller, the late great Wally Wood.

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