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Brent Anderson, Will Blyberg, Brent Anderson and Will Blyberg Kurt Busiek's Astro City #7 Story Page 9 - Comic Strip
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Brent Anderson and Will Blyberg Kurt Busiek's Astro City #7 Story Page 9

Comic Strip
1997
Ink
25 x 38 cm (9.84 x 14.96 in.)
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Kurt Busiek's Astro City is stuffed with little love notes to the comics of old. Not only are most of the characters an homage to some of Marvel and DC's greatest (Samaritan and MPH are analogous to Superman and the Flash respectively), but there are great subtle tips-of-the-hat. Such as MPH's flying treadmill on this page. A clear shout out to the Flash's Cosmic Treadmill. Also featured on the page are N-Forcer, Beatie, and Cleopatra. Created in ink over blue pencil on bright white Bristol board with an image area of 10" x 15".

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Une deuxième page de Brent Anderson, artiste que j'aime depuis mon adolescence

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About Brent Anderson

Brent Anderson started his comics career in underground comix, contributing to titles like Venture in 1976. He went on to become an artist on many great Marvel titles. He is best known for co-creating 'Astro City' with Kurt Busiek and for the 'X-Men' graphic novel 'God Loves, Man Kills'. He has also worked on titles such as 'Spider-Man', 'Gen13', 'Ka-Zar the Savage', 'Avengers', 'Rising Stars' and many more. Text (c) Lambiek