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William McCormick
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I agree with Joe Hollon. If I ever was to get a JB commission it would be the Man-Thing. Love the way he draws him.
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James Woodcock
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What a tough question! My fave uncanny X-Men and FF ones are posted above though.
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John Byrne
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After all these years, the winner and still champion…

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After all these years, the winner and still champion…

I was gonna say Action 586, but Byrne has spoken...
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Ed Fahey
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Clint Ludwick
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Man, this is a hard question....have to go with this...

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William Roberge
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Clint, I have to go with you on that one!
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Ron Scott
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My brother gave me his copy of X-Men 141, which was my first JB comic!

Can you believe it!

I wondered why Wolverine looked so old and why everyone was dead. My brother said "read the comic stupid" so I did and you know what?

It was AWESOME!

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Ron Scott
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I bet Alpha Flight 3 was also the colorist's favorite.

"hey I color the logo and the face and I'm off to an early lunch."

AWESOME cover. That perspective makes me think of Maxwell Escher.

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Michael Tortorice
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My brother said "read the comic stupid"

Sounds reasonable, but what a lot of people don't realize is a good cover can leave you transfixed and reason is out the window at that point.
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