Brett Booth: Like In 1990s, Most Art Today “Looks Practically The Same,” Wants Artists To Learn From His Mistakes

Posted by April 2, 2017 14 Comments

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A lot has been said on Twitter in the wake of Axel Alonso’s comments about artists’ ability to move the needle. Bleeding Cool has collected some of that into a handy article that you can click right now. Not necessarily in direct response to Alonso’s comments, Colleen Doran had some thoughts on the importance of art to comics, and how that the visual continuity of a book can be affected by changing artists too frequently:

And artist Brett Booth chimed in after retweeting some of her posts, though he warned that maybe he shouldn’t:

We’re not sure we agree about artists today, but we’ll say one thing. Learning from the mistakes of the 90s has never been the comics industry’s strong suit.

(Last Updated April 3, 2017 5:05 am )

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