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TheCorpulent1

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RE-man

Subj: Re: Thor #4 Delayed?
Posted: Thu Oct 04, 2007 at 04:50:57 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Thor #4 Delayed?
Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2007 at 12:21:47 pm EDT

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> > If they brought back Ron Frenz then I would drop the title. Sorry to offend but his art sucks.......
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> Yeah, he's not ideal. I can't think of many quick artists who are also good. Maybe Scot Eaton? I loved his work on the last few issues of the King Thor saga. Get a better colorist (who knows Thor is blonde rather than slightly redheaded) and he'd be a great fit. He knocked those panoramic views of New Asgard out of the park, too.

yeah, ron frenz is a reliable artist, but his stuff just doesn't sell any books. i don't think he sucks, but if he was put on thor. then that mean marvel gave up on the title.

scot eaton would be a great choice. his stuff always looks good. but he needs a better inker than scot koblish. it seem like he follows him everywhere scot eaton goes. koblish's inks are scratchy and not bold enough. it changes eaton's pencils into something different.


> yeah, ron frenz is a reliable artist, but his stuff just doesn't sell any books. i don't think he sucks, but if he was put on thor. then that mean marvel gave up on the title.
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> scot eaton would be a great choice. his stuff always looks good. but he needs a better inker than scot koblish. it seem like he follows him everywhere scot eaton goes. koblish's inks are scratchy and not bold enough. it changes eaton's pencils into something different.
>

I wonder what Tim Townsend's inks would look like on Eaton's pencils. He's a pretty smooth inker, and his lines always seem to have just the perfect weight for whomever he's inking.


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