GiveWarAChance wrote:Alan Moore and Travis Charest on WildCATs was pretty damn good. Before they came on board Jim Lee was the only reason to pick up that book.
I used to love that Dale Keown used to take a good 6-8 months to come out with each issue of Pitt but he could put out the Incredible Hulk pretty much monthly.
Yeah, Lee' art has always been pretty and worth it. But there was nearly no story really going on at that point.
Dale Keown explained that a couple of times in interviews. Pitt #1 along with what money he made from Hulk as a "star" made him rich. So he flaked off buying guitars, a home and lazying about. Similar happened to Madureira and Campbell after they made their million or so. Add to that, they also really just wanted into the video game biz. Keown, I think said he preferred chasing being a rock band member then not.
Image was interesting in how many artists that worked at Wildstorm, Extreme and Top Cow went on to animation and videogames... film doing storyboards or concept art.