Edited 1 year, 16 days ago

Poll: Frank Quitely's art (19 votes)

Love 32%
Like 47%
Dislike 11%
Hate 11%

I love it but I'm curious what other people think. I rank Quitely up there with the lee's, Ribic, deodato, yu etc.

#1 Edited by JLDoom (2310 posts) - - Show Bio

I like his art. Not among my favorites but I do like it.

#2 Edited by Jake Fury (18933 posts) - - Show Bio

Very hit or miss for me. Gonna say dislike, even though it looks good in Jupiter's Legacy.

#3 Edited by SOG7dc (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

Allstar superman is the most beautiful comic I own. His earth 2 stuff was rough but he has gotten alot better since then

#4 Edited by Blackdog2009 (1856 posts) - - Show Bio

Talented but some of his designs are horrendous:

Flamingo

(Grayson) Batman

Red Hood

All Star Jimmy Olsen

#5 Edited by SOG7dc (7519 posts) - - Show Bio

@blackdog2009: His batman(Grayson) was awesome to me!!! I loved that stuff man lol

#6 Posted by The_Tree (7731 posts) - - Show Bio

Love. His work on We3 and Batman and Robin was stellar. I've used several of his covers as my phone wallpaper as well.

#7 Posted by Squares (7503 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't like it at all, but his work is better than, say, Deodato's, so I can't really say I hate it.

#8 Edited by dondave (38513 posts) - - Show Bio

I initially didn't like it, but after reading JLA: Earth 2 and All Star Superman his style's grown on me and it's much better in Jupiter's Legacy.

#9 Posted by dbatdog (548 posts) - - Show Bio

Love his work, especially in All Star Superman.

#10 Posted by RulerOfThisUniverse (6359 posts) - - Show Bio

Like.

#11 Posted by Mercy_ (92857 posts) - - Show Bio

Just switching this to the Frank Quitely forum

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#12 Edited by TDK_1997 (14985 posts) - - Show Bio

There are times in which I hate his style,things aren't looking that good but most of the times I like it a lot.

#13 Posted by Veshark (9058 posts) - - Show Bio

Fantastic artist.

Unique design sense that eschews photorealism for dynamic anatomy and detailed textures. Great sense of perspective and storytelling; and really experiments with the comic medium.