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      CommentAuthorNickDonald
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Wow, Sizer's a very popular choice... He can do the covers.

    Amanda Conner
    David Mazzucchelli
    Michael Ryan
    Stuart Immonen
    Michael Avon Oeming
    Sean Phillips
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010 edited
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    Thanks for all the list mentions, people, but I can't help hearing this song when I look at who else is being listed...
    ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHERS....

    Not that I'm not flattered by the mentions.
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      CommentAuthorjeffajohns
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    I think they've all been said but here's who I would want to see:

    Brian Bolland
    Frank Quitely
    Paul Pope
    Rafael Grampa
    Mike Mignola
    Adam Hughes

    If this were still at a DC-owned company, I'd boot someone to add:

    Jim Lee
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    Don Simpson,
    Mike Allred,
    James Kochalka,
    Jay Stephens,
    Yukinori Dehara,
    and Kate Beaton.
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Leandro Fernandez
    Ben Templesmith
    Enki Bilal
    Darrick Robertson
    Edmund Bagwell
    Marcelo Frusin

    Sizer and Jacen Burrows for the covers.....
    • CommentAuthorJECole
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Igor Kordey, anyone?
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    If one must dream, one could try dreaming a little offbeat:

    Jill Thompson
    Phil Foglio
    Spain Rodriguez
    Brent Anderson
    Darwyn Cooke
    Tony Millionaire

    If you were talking of previous collaborators in the mix, I'd suggest either Coleen Doran or Amanda Conner.
    • CommentAuthorVox Doom
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Ben Templesmith
    Jock
    Leinil Yu
    Simone Bianchi
    Tristan Jones
    David Nakayama
    • CommentAuthorOxbrow
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Pia Guerra
    Colin MacNeil
    Karl Moline
    Colleen Coover
    Bruce Timm
    John Bolton

    Some of these suggestions may be saner than others.
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      CommentAuthorSobreiro
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    @Vox Doom: Leinil Yu drew Warren's stint on Wolverine in the mid-90s: Not Dead Yet.
    • CommentAuthorearl
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Paul Azaceta
    Goran Parlov
    Tony Moore
    Sean Phillips
    Davide Gianfelice
    • CommentAuthorgodtimaker
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Ricardo burrichelli
    Jacen burrows
    Tony Harris
    Darick Robertson
    John romita jr
    Charlie adlard
    • CommentAuthorgodtimaker
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Scratch that last bit. Kevin o'neill, eddy cam bell, and darwyne Cooke as additions.
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    Let's go a little more conventional:

    Walt Simonson
    Steve Lieber
    Michael Lark
    Carla Speed Mc Neil
    Donna Barr
    Tony Harris
    • CommentAuthorBrandon
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010
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    Kevin "TRANTKAT" Hérault --french dude did an adult comic called Agape
    http://kiwine.deviantart.com/

    Ron "D-pi" wimberly-- he drew Sentances for DC awhile back
    http://d-pi.com/dtv/

    Frank Teran-- I know you worked with him before but he's amazing.
    http://www.frankteran.blogspot.com/

    James Sherman- I have no idea what he does now but his The Transmutation of Ike Garuda was nice.
    http://lambiek.net/artists/s/sherman_james.htm

    Joe Wight-- who is currently drawing a zombie comic at Antractic press.
    http://joewight.deviantart.com/

    And Little thunder-- who might be the least likey to get since I think she's in China-- but it'd put the Global in G.F.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/thunderlittle
    • CommentAuthorjonburr
    • CommentTimeOct 19th 2010 edited
     (9063.16)
    Just got off an arduous, spine-contorting tour, so forgive me if my list is rather brief. Cliff Chiang's stuff on Human Target seems to fit the bill. I'm really enjoying Jason LaTour right now, as well. Chris Samnee has evoked the right mood on some of that Queen and Country stuff, as well. And, I'm sure he's been mentioned countless times, but, really, you can't go wrong with Frank Quitely. I'd shoot the dog to see his take.

    Yours,
    JHHBjr

    EDIT: Ugh. Travel hath made me weary.
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    Frank Teran-- I know you worked with him before but he's amazing.
    http://www.frankteran.blogspot.com/


    Damn his art has changed! I remember his work from the Verotik days. His stuff looks even more awesome now.
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    Igor Kordey, anyone?


    I'd love to see that, which is kind of why I put him in my suggestions a few pages ago :)

    Kordey gets an unnecessary bad rap. Loved his work on SMOKE (sad to hear he's not doing the upcoming sequel). Give the man some time to actually work to his full ability and puts out some fantastic work. I may be in the minority, but even his "rushed" work filling in for Quitely on Morrison's X-Men had a lot of charm.
    • CommentAuthorbumnote
    • CommentTimeOct 20th 2010 edited
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    rafael grampa
    johnathan hickman
    ashley wood
    gabriel ba
    tim bradstreet
    john paul leon
    • CommentAuthorTimbo
    • CommentTimeOct 20th 2010
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    oops

    Pat Mills - I meant Kevin O'Neill