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Xmen 105 by Bob Layton - Original Cover
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Xmen 105

Original Cover
2005
Ink
Colossus
Xmen 105
Phoenix
Haut
Storm

Inscriptions

en bas à gauche

Comment

Commission : réinterprétation de la couverture XMEN#105 par Bob Layton. Cette couverture à l'origine a été dessinée par Dave Cockrum et encrée par Bob Layton. Il lui a été demandé pour cette commission une rinterprétation et non pas une récréation...voyez les modifications avec la couv du Xmen 105 originale en image additionnelle (disparition de Firelord et intégration du titre de la page 1 : phoenix unleashed)

About Bob Layton

Bob Layton was the co-founder and editor-in-chief of CPL/Gang Publications, which published several fanzines throughout the 1970s, including CPL, The Charlton Bullseye, Witzend and Heroes Inc. By 1977, he joined DC Comics, doing inks on titles like 'All Star Comics', 'Secret Society of Super-Villains', 'DC Super Stars' and 'DC Special'. From 1978 throughout the 1980s, he had several runs on Marvel's 'Iron Man' with David Michelinie. He was the co-creator of 'X-Factor' (art by Jackson Guice) for Marvel Premiere. In the 1980s he wrote, drew and inked two 'Hercules: Prince of Power' mini-series and the 1988 graphic novel 'Full Circle'. He also did the designs for the 'Marvel Secret Wars' toyline for Mattel. In 2000, he came back to 'Iron Man' with the mini-series 'Iron Man: Bad Blood'. Layton is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Valiant Comics, and the creator of most of the publisher's popular characters. He was also present at DC, where he created 'Huntress' with Paul Levitz, the Batman mini-series 'Dark Knight of the Round Table', as well as the mini-series 'L.A.W.' with Dick Giordano, which featured many of the original Charlton characters. Additionally, he wrote the three-part 'Batman: Hollywood Knights' for Dick Giordano, and contributed to Stan Lee's "Just Imagine" series. Text (c) Lambiek

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Zenitram Un sacré travail !! Juste un régal !
Jul 20, 2016, 1:59 PM
AlexG Congrats for this magnificent piece !
Feb 27, 2016, 5:22 PM
colonelolrik Belle réussite !!!
Feb 25, 2016, 8:30 AM
Sam06 Une réinterpretation très talentueuse et superbement encrée.
Feb 24, 2016, 10:23 PM