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Eli Katz


Postby Eli Katz » Sat Jul 05, 2008 12:13 pm

Keb wrote:But art's so important to anything. If the artist can't tell the story, there's no point reading it.

That's true. But good art with bad story is still a bad story.

Good story with mediocre art is annoying, but still readable.

Ideally, you want both good story and art.
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Postby john lewis hawk » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:56 pm

All of Loeb's work with Sale has been much better than witohut him. I've read all of them except for Wolverine/ Gambit and the only bad thing was the Challengers of the Unknown mini (but it did have a great Guy Gardner back-up with it). I'll definitely be checking out the first issue at the very least.
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Postby KingPagla » Sat Jul 05, 2008 2:18 pm

nietoperz wrote:The only times I've ever liked Loeb were The Long Halloween and Dark Victory, though I admittedly have never read the Marvel 'colour' books. Perhaps Sale's really the writer on these, or something...
Could be that work the old Marvel way.
They both work out the plot then Sale does the art, pretty much "directing the piece, then Loeb writes the dialog.

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