Cameron Stewart Will Be The Next Artist On Batman & Robin
Are you familiar with Stewart's work? Do you think the series is in safe hands? Check out an upcoming cover (issue #7, I believe) to see what he's capable of.
What do you think?
Wow take a look at Dick as Batman it looks like Cameron Stewart has the mood of the book based on Dick and Squire's faces. It might match the tone of the latest Circus of Strange arc which was very colorfull but twisted. I think that Philip Tan's arc will be more gritty and will have the tone of a normal Batbook based on his style so someone like Stewarts will be more like a Batman cartoon.
Cameron Stewart is a brilliant artist, with a history of working with Morrison. He worked on the Guardian Series for the Seven Soliders, and I can't really articulate how good he is at setting the mood with more than creative panels and movements, as well as facial features. He's not Quietly, and rightly so, we don't want DC turning into what Marvel nearly did under Jemas, Homogenised dross.
I'm glad Cameron Stewart is on the art duties. It'll cement my reading even more.
I think the the cartoony colors and less emphasis on gritty realism, may be a nice pair depending on the story. Quitely was def perfect for the first arc the gruesome nature of his art complemented the "horror" story that was Prof. Pyg.
Basically I see this being pretty cool if the book continues being deliciously weird.
"do u know who Squire is? every last Story shes been in in the past few years has been fantastic. She doesn't hinder a story.....
@The Human Stain:"
to be honest....involving characters like that - i think they are ruining the series. after such a good start, i think its starting to go bad :S
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