The 10 greatest comic book artists of all time | Creative BloqArt is subjective, and comics—a medium that allows or even encourages picking specific styles and sticking to them—invites endless debate over talent and skill. Certain fans find comfort in open, colorful cartooning, while others get giddy over crammed pages of intricate ink work. Photo-realism may drive some readers up the wall while communicating a cinematic experience to others. The list below, ordered alphabetically, highlights 10 new and veteran artists who blew us away in Eleanor Davis, Why Art?
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Batman has been around for almost 80 years and has had more titles than we could possibly list here. Though Batman has had nearly 80 years of changing and evolving through dozens of storylines and situations, the Batman artists have continued to be innovative, yet authentic to Batman's costume and tone. Sure, Bruce Wayne has looked different over the years, but we're just glad he's through his bell bottoms phase. Without the artists, we'd only have half of the story, so our hats off to them for fleshing out such a great character. For more than just Batman artists, be sure to check out the greatest underrated comic book artists of all time. Neal Adams is an American comic book and commercial artist known for helping to create some of the definitive modern imagery of the DC Comics characters Superman, Batman, and Green Arrow; as the co-founder of the graphic design studio Continuity Associates; and as a creators-rights advocate who helped secure a pension and recognition for Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Jim Lee is a Korean American comic book artist, writer, editor, and publisher.
As a very visual person, comic book art has a huge impact on my enjoyment of a comic. And there might be a little Chicago bias…just saying. I could just stare at her works all day long. This appears to be her first work, at least in English. This wordless comic about a sea voyage beautifully renders the scenes of the sea and music.