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  • ROB LIEFELD COVER FOR DOCTOR SPEKTOR #1!

    WHAT’S THIS?

    A BRAND-NEW ROB LIEFELD COVER!

    AS MY TINY TITAN PALS SAYS, AWW YEAH!!!!!

    And retailers, check out how you can get this great cover and more at Comic Vine!

    http://www.comicvine.com/articles/dy...n/1100-148654/


  • #2
    I look forward to finding out how Spektor has a foot where his right hand should be.

    How the hell do you submit this as a finished product and take someone's money? Good lord...

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    • #3
      Oh...goody.

      There are some people out there who really, really dig his work.

      That's how I understand it, anyway. I don't know any of them.

      (Nostalgia. Kids who started reading comics in 1992-ish.)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Captain Canuck View Post
        I look forward to finding out how Spektor has a foot where his right hand should be.

        How the hell do you submit this as a finished product and take someone's money? Good lord...
        I wonder what the hand he has in his pocket looks like?
        Always remember, Murphy was an optimist
        Munchkin 1, 2, 4, 7 Super Munchkin 1&2, Munchkin Bites 1&2, Munchkin Fu, Star Munchkin Deluxe and Star 2
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ghornet2 View Post
          I wonder what the hand he has in his pocket looks like?
          Actually, now that you mention it, I should have known that the right hand can't possibly be a foot because he's unable to draw those, either.

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          • #6
            Yet somehow he managed to convince Alan Moore to write Supreme, Youngblood, and Glory for him, and even brainstorm a complete reboot Liefeld's "Awesome Universe" with the miniseries Judgment Day. Then Rob's financial backers chose that moment to pull the plug, leaving Moore adrift with a boatload of unused ideas. So he went back to Jim Lee (for whom he'd written WildCATs for a spell) and created the America's Best Comics line (with his unused ideas for Glory morphing into the ABC title Promethea).

            So without Rob Liefeld, we wouldn't have the Wildstorm/ABC line of titles. Pretty amazing for a guy who can't draw feet, when you think about it.

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