Remembering Scott Clark

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asdI learned of the passing of Scott Clark today and I am deeply saddened to unasdasdderstand that I will not be able to see his work again after the Martian Manhunter backup story in Justice League of America #2. I first discovered Scott's work in the pages of Stormwatch in the 90's and immediately fell in love with style. His men were bold and powerful and his women were strong and asdsexy. He created a visual blend that was simply brilliant comic book dynamics and picked up his work where ever I could find it. I will deeply miss his art in the industry and my heart goes out to his family. I hope they know how much he has done for so many, inspiration is just scratching the surface.aasdasd

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Fri, 02/22/2013 - 8:30am

The entire DC Entertainment family is saddened by the news of artist Scott Clark's passing. Scott was an extremely talented creator and an important part of The New 52. From the beginning of his career working at WildStorm through his most recent output on titles like Grifter, Batman, Inc. and Manhunter, Clark earned a reputation as an extremely talented and professional artist. We send our deepest condolences to his family, friends and fans.

"I've known Scott since the earliest days of WildStorm - he was one of the very first artists I brought into the studio back in 1993," said DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee. "I'm stunned and saddened by this news and at a loss for words. Scott was a great talent, a terrific guy, and a friend. He was one of the regular crew of artists who worked well into the night (every night), took dinner at Denny's at 2am and played ping pong in between drawing pages. We will all miss him dearly. Our thoughts are with his family during this time."


Just heard the news about Wildstorm alum Scott Clark.So, so sad.Heartfelt condolences to all his people…

— Cully Hamner (@CullyHamner) February 22, 2013


Heartbroken over Scott Clark passing. Super sweet guy and a massive talent.

— Joshua Hale Fialkov (@JoshFialkov) February 22, 2013


Oh, man, the sad news: cartoonist Scott Clark has passed away. Very young! This is terrible.

— Colleen Doran (@ColleenDoran) February 22 2013

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Just read that the wonderful comic artist Scott Clark has passed away. Very shocking and sad news, my condolences to his family and friends.

— Sterling Gates (@sterlinggates) February 22, 2013


So sad to see Scott Clark news…

— Yildiray Cinar (@ycinar) February 22, 2013


Wow, Scott Clark died? Didnt really know him well but remember him being sick while we were on Grifter. No idea he was THAT sick. Shame. RIP

— Frank Tieri (@FrankTieri) February 22, 2013


I too am too am sadden by scott Clark’s passing, all the interactions we had were very pleasant and he seemed like a great guy , rip Scott

— Peter V Nguyen (@PeterVnguyen) February 22, 2013


RIP Scott Clark. Very sad day in comics. You will be missed.

— Norm Rapmund (@NormRapmund) February 22, 2013


Oh no.I just learned Scott Clark died. Saw him in Vegas not that long ago when I was there for a signing. Super nice guy.Really sad.

— JamesDRobinson (@JamesDRobinson) February 22, 2013

#2 Posted by Fallen_Crippled (6474 posts) - - Show Bio

Terrible news. May he rest in peace.

#3 Posted by Press Oblivion (1693 posts) - - Show Bio

Very bad news indeed.

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