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Dara Naraghi's graphic novel Lifelike is now available in both digital and print editions. Click here for more info.

Books – Dara
Image of Lifelike
Image of Igor Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard: Battle for Shadowland (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard Volume 2: Operation Zero (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Ghostbusters: Haunted Holidays
Image of Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now
Image of The Absurd Adventures of Archibald Aardvark Volume 1: Bullets, Booze, and Beelzebub
Image of MGM Drive-in Theater: Motel Hell and IT
Books -Panel
Image of No Dead Time
Image of Comic Book Tattoo Special Edition
Image of Saint Germaine: Tales of an Immortal
Image of Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak: Cry For Thunder S/N Limited Edition HC
Image of Ghost Sonata
Image of Vampire The Masquerade Volume 1: Blood and Roses
Image of Moonstone Monsters Volume 1

So, tough one last week, eh? Let’s see what this week has in store for you:

Good luck.

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10 Responses to “Monday Morning “Guess the Artist””

  • Bahman says:

    Going out on a limb: Romeo Tanghal?

  • Matt Kish says:

    I hope this comic is supposed to be a parody because that last panel is absolutely laughable in its horrendousness. Its practically rubbing my face in the steaming pile of dogshit that is GRITTY! GRIM! VIOLENT!

    And where the hell is that chin strap shadow coming from?

  • Andy Bennett says:

    Man, the 90’s were brutal. Couldn’t even begin number all the storytelling gaffes and illustration shortcuts here. No idea who could have given birth to such a steaming pile.

  • Dara says:

    As is the story with many of the pages featured here, it’s an artist who would go on to hone a very personalized, popular style. I’m sure he’d look back at this page and shake his head in disgust as well. But hey, we all have to start somewhere.

  • sterg says:

    Tony Moore?

    Also, I really dig the dainty pinky point in panel 1 :p

  • Andy Bennett says:

    The thing that really kills me is panel 1. The men at the table are APPARENTLY sitting directly in front of a brick wall, and the little iron fence behind “Mister Gelberto” reinforces this distance. Yet there is this nebulous lavender-colored shape behind them that seems to indicate an entire patio full of other diners and a waiter… who are somehow miraculously occupying the 2-3 feet between the main characters and the brick wall.

    And man… Mister Gelberto must have been in some kind of horrible accident to have his left leg contorted into such a bizarre shape.

    And those people in panel 4; why are they green? And why does the background keep changing from blue to red? And what’s with that bizarrely-cropped woman crammed into the corner of panel 1?

    Mysteries abound.

  • Matt Kish says:

    Andy, your whole post had me laughing so hard I am in tears. Awesome!

  • Dara says:

    It’s a veritable gold mine of rookie mistakes, eh? But he eventually learned from his mistakes, and flash forward several years to where he finally found his own voice (and style).

  • Nate says:

    Hmm… The hint suggests Scott Kollins.

  • Dara says:

    Indeed it does.

    Answer: Scott Kolins, inked by Sam Dela Rosa. This is from The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #26, Marvel Comics, 1992.


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