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Man, I just adore that Miller drawn Usagi…
Great art, but what on Earth is that ECG tracing supposed to be? lol, I think there’s a bundle branch block with a QRS that wide.
It drives me nuts when an artist can’t bother to look up what a real tracing looks like. Granted, Google wasn’t around throughout Miller’s whole career so I’ll allow for that, but it’s inexcusable for present-day artists.
I’m not much of a Miller fan but there’s some impressive stuff here that change my mind.
Whats the one with the angel and the meditating guy from?
@jet: sin city hell and back. All the file names are the source of the art.
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Hi David – where are the 9-11 images from? I have not seen these before and am unable to find any further info on them anywhere…
@Marcus: It’s from one of the out of print 9-11 tribute volumes the comics industry put out a while back. Those two pages are his entire contribution to the book.
@David – ah okay – thanks for that!
jean-luc godard's pierrot le fou, featuring anna karina and jean-paul belmondo
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