@mazahs117@anthp2000@the_red_devil@supermanthor@saiyan_ross Thanks for reading, guys. Any artists y'all would have personally included?@life_without_progress George Perez? Incredible artist. I think one of his greatest strengths is that he has a very pleasing John Buscema-type style that allows him to capture the "ideal" traits of every superhero. As in when Perez draws a hero, it looks like the definitive version of that character. And of course Perez is unrivaled in his attention to detail, he's the master of the giant group shot. His work on CoIE, Busiek's Avengers, and JLA/Avengers...I'm still blown away by how he can fit so many characters without overwhelming the cover. If there's one criticism I have of Perez's style is that his fine linework can occasionally make his figures feel stiff, but it's a minor flaw.And yay, another Quitely fan. We must band together against a forum that fears and hates us.@magian Well I've included what I consider to be each artist's finest work in their entries, so hopefully this encourages you to check out some of those comics! Thanks for reading!@warlockmage Land and Liefeld are #11 and #12, respectively.@tdk_1997 Appreciate the kind words, man. And yes, Hitch has always been my number one boy. Anyone you would've personally included instead?@purpleperson Cool! I love all of the artists you listed as well. Perez I've already stated for reasons above (see my response to LifeWithoutProgress), but for Romita Jr., I've always loved how his style has evolved into these heavy, blocky figures with lots of motion lines and energy that feel Kirbyesque. Bolland is a true jack-of-all-trades (pencils, inks, colors), but I'm not too familiar with his interior work. I've only really read The Killing Joke (which I love).@higherpower Thanks, HP. Yeah, I love Ribic as well. I first encountered his work in Hickman's Ultimates; the man takes this unique painted European space-opera sci-fi aesthetic and melds it perfectly with American superhero comics. I've got his Thor God of Thunder run on my list of comics to buy too, so I'm looking forward to that.@lvenger As always, appreciate the thoughtful response to my blog, L. On Quitely, yeah I have heard that some were not a fan of the rougher, scratchier style he used in Batman and Robin, but I personally enjoyed the artistic departure. Heaven's Ladder has superb art, I agree. I didn't care too much for Waid's story (I think we've had this conversation before), but I can't deny that Hitch was in top-form here. It's always fascinating to see Hitch's style maturing from JLA to the Authority to the Ultimates. Any other artists I failed to mention that you would've included?