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Man, last week’s page was way too easy, so let’s try this on for size:
I should know better than to play this game, but I’m going to guess it’s Todd McFarlane. I’m seeing wonky anatomy coupled with obsessive detail on the armor.
I don’t think Dara really knows who drew this; the artist would have had to sign his name to this mess, and I don’t see that happening.
So I’m going to guess Mike Deodato based on the weird posing.
And while this is one ugly page, that Nova is doing the cha-cha. in the last panel makes it great in a peculiar sort of way.
It does have that McFarlane/Erik Larsen vibe to it. And what’s up with Spidey’s feet? It looks like he wears a size 8 kids shoe.
All good guesses, but no dice. This artist is probably more closely associated with DC Comics, and was on one of their “New 52” relaunched books…
What’s funny is until Thad mentioned Spidey’s toothpick feet, I hadn’t noticed them over the more in your face wonky anatomy of Namorita…
OK, couple more hints…he had a healthy run on Batman in the oughts, and was the artist of one of DC’s recently cancelled New 52 books…
Ws it Tom Lyle?
Was . I stink at typing.
Nope and nope. OK, I’m calling this.
Answer: Scott McDaniel and Keith Williams. This is from Amazing Spider-Man Annual #26, Marvel Comics, 1992.
Scott McDaniel? He’s come a long way, baby.
McDaniel’s had one heck of a learning curve. His current work is totally competent, but his Daredevil stuff was wretched. And this page, well, the less said the better.
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