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Garett Stehle
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Mark McKay
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Yeah, this is a great one.
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Marcel Chenier
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Awesome commission! Simply amazing how one picture can bring back so
many happy comic-buying memories.

The New Avengers image is, on the other hand, perfectly horrifying. As a
kid, I don't know what I would have thought walking into my friendly
neighbourhood drugstore and seeing one of my all-time favourite teams not
only killed, but to have them displayed in such a bloody mess.
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Paul Greer
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Always nice to see these old friends. Looks great!
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Sam Karns
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I think the commission is good.
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Flavio Sapha
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Spectacular!
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Tony Johnson
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Alpha Flight #1 -2009  Byrne is back with a vengeance!!

......Sorry I must have just woke from a dream about a Marvel comic that would actually get me excited.  :)   

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Mike Purdy
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Love this so much!
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Jeremy Boyd
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I've said this before but the First Line (from the Lost Generation series)
would sure match up well with Alpha.

Yankee Clipper vs. Guardian
Yeti vs. Sasquatch
Black Fox vs. Puck (Judd and Paine would probably be pals in real life)
Mako vs. Marrina
Walkabout vs. Box
Effigy vs. Snowbird
Pixie & Oxbow vs. Northstar and Aurora (Oxie and Jean Paul would both go
thru a wall for the number one ladies in their life...)
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Ryan Maxwell
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I'm still drooling over this one. Thanks a lot for the uber-huge scan.  Congrats to the owner, please out yourself so I can track you down and start planning my breaking-and-entering.
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Bruce Buchanan
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Love it! Man, this brings back some wonderful memories of these great characters.

JB, when you do a drawing like this with so many characters, which one do you start with? Do you start in the middle and work your way out? Or do you start with the character in the foreground and work your way back?

 

 

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John Byrne
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JB, when you do a drawing like this with so many characters, which one do
you start with?



I start with the figure, or figures, I feel is/are going to define the
"landscape" of the piece. In this case, Sasquatch.
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