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Since Matt and Tony were discussing James Robinson’s Starman in the comments section, I thought it appropriate to feature this page by artist Tony Harris:

From Starman #1 DC Comics, 1994.

(via The Daily Splash Page)

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2 Responses to “Splash Wednesday: Tony Harris”

  • Tony Goins says:

    Tony Harris did a great job on that series. The look & feel was a big part of what made it great. Peter Snedjberg did a great job with the later issues.

  • Tom Williams says:

    I may be one of the few guys that runs when I see a Tony Harris book. His interiors do nothing for me. The cover work was sorta meh. I’ve seen that tired Drew Struzan technique a bajillion times in various Illustration annuals before I saw Harris’ Starman covers.


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