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OK, last week’s page was apparently way too easy, but let’s try another page from the stamp collector book:
And before you go on thinking it may be another easy one, let me just come out and say that Sienkiewicz inked this, he didn’t pencil it.
Based on the inking, I’ll say Denys Cowan (sp?).
….aaaand then I read Dara’s last line. Dammit.
In the right ballpark…
Is it Kalus Janson inked by the Sink?
Bummer. I’ve always wondered they’d look like as a team. Chunky and scratchy I’d bet.
I don’t see Breyfogle in this, but my sense of irony tells me this will turn out to be him. You know, after I talked about how distinctive he was last week.
Nah, I’m going to call this one early and give it to Sterg.
Answer: This is indeed penciled by Jim Aparo, with overpowering inks by Bill Sienkiewicz. From the oddball Super Heroes Stamp Album, Book I: 1900 to 1909, published by the United States Postal Service and DC Comics, 1998.
Without the hint, I’d never have thought it. The leaning Thomas Edison was the deciding factor. Aparo always seems to have diagonal people in his comics…
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