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Giarrano is one of those under appreciated workhorse artists. In the 80s and 90s he did a lot of work in the industry, but no real lengthy, definitive runs on a popular book to cement his image in the fan psyche. I believe Steven Grant was a particular fan of his work, as they worked on several books together. Vince had a nice sense of design when it came to robots and mechanical objects.

Anyway, here’s a double-page splash from Mr. Giarrano:

This is from Terminator: The Enemy Within #1, published by Dark Horse Comics, November 1991.

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    2 Responses to “Splash Wednesday: Vince Giarrano”

    • Clem Robins says:

      if you like his comic book illustration, you ought to see his oil paintings. he’s fantastic.

    • Dara says:

      Thanks Clem. I got a nice email from Vincent as well.

      Comic fans should recognize Clem as a fantastic letterer whose work has appeared in books from pretty much every publisher.

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