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Captain America 265 Page 10 by Mike Zeck - Comic Strip

Captain America 265 Page 10

Comic Strip

About Mike Zeck

Michael Zeck was born in Greenville, Pennsylvania. After graduation from high School, he went to Ringling School of Art in 1967 and after art school, he returned to Fort Lauderdale and started working at the Migrant Education Center in 1970. In the meantime, he sent out his sample comic portfolio to publishers and was invited to do some illustration assignments for Charlton Comics in 1974. This led to him doing story and cover work for Charlton's horror comics. After that, Mike Zeck left the school board job to concentrate on a career in comics. In 1977, Michael Zeck started working for Marvel on 'The Master of Kung Fu'. He assisted Wally Wood part-time in that period and was assigned to draw monthly for 'Master of Kung Fu'. He worked on 'Aquaman', 'Batman and Robin', 'Green Lantern', 'Captain America' (from 1981 to 1984), 'G.I. Joe' and 'Lobo'. Mike Zeck drew some of the best stories of the 1980s for Marvel and DC Comics, such as the 'Kraven's Last Hunt' series in 'Spider-man', the 'Punisher' limited series and 'Secret Wars'. In 1988. he created a series of covers for 'Batman, Ten Nights of the Beast'. He worked for DC Comics on 'Deathstroke, The Terminator'. He became the artist for many DC Comics, Marvel and independent covers in the 1990s. Zeck worked together with Steven Grant on 'Damned' for Homage in 1997.
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blackagar quel punch
Nov 24, 2017, 1:23 PM
becoolman Une superbe page ! Il est impossible de ne pas y voir l'influence de Gil Kane précisément sur cette page ! La façon de remplir la première case . Le côté torsadé du Cap. Le visage de l adversaire du Cap sur la 2eme case. La prise de vue alambiquée. Mais ce qui la rend magnifique c est le bouclier au premier plan !
Nov 23, 2017, 8:05 PM
YoannB Classe !
Nov 23, 2017, 3:43 PM