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Frank Strysik
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JB's five pages of new art added to Lee and Kirbys FF Annual #1,from
FF Special Edition #1
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I remember how impressed I was with JB when that FF special editon came out with the JB pages. They are so very Kibyesque and yet very Byrne as well. Great Job in my opinion.
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JB's first Marvel art from Giant Size Dracula #5 inked by Rudy Nebres.
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I never thought an inker could make JB's pencils look so not-JB until I saw those Rudy Nebres inked pages, yuck!
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I agree with you (and especially cause it's costed me 40 bucks to get it...second hand issues for compulsive collectors can be hard).

Thanks Franck too. 

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Well, I've know all JB complete stories/issues (but Death' Head Night), does somebody have the 3 JB pages from Uncanny X-Men 273 "Too many mutants" ?  

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JB's three pages from Uncanny X-Men #273 inked by Scott Williams.


Edited by Frank Strysik on 01 October 2004 at 6:10am
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Nice large panels! I don't remember about the other pages in
that issue but recognising Byrne under Jim Lee's regular inker
was a great treat - from a fan of both artists. Like I said.. nice
large panels.
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Yeah, I was really impressed with William's inks over JB in that issue. I
wish they'd work together again one day!

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Nice large panels!

**********

Story behind that. I got a call asking if I would be up
for contributing 3 pages to the book. I said sure, and
a couple of days later a "plot" arrived. What didn't
come with the plot was the information that the
editors had decided they only needed ONE page
from me -- so I took what they sent me and stretched
it out to 3 pages.

It ended up looking like most of what we would later
come to think of as Image-style artwork, so I sent it in
without another thought -- until I got a somewhat
panicked call from the editor!
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I thought that was a hell of a good issue of X-Men, artwise that is!

I still can't get over how the Dark Asylum story looks.I only see one
panel that I can identify as being your work.

Looking back over your career it amazes me how many different
inkers you have worked with.
I wonder if you hold the record?
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Dammit, where am I gonna find a copy of The Alberta Report from 1/85?!!
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