JAMAL IGLE!I've been surprised. I like surprises.
Tomorrow's Teen Titans #52 is being drawn by one of my favorite artists, Jamal Igle.
I had NO idea.
In the "House of Seven Hells!" this man's name on a cover is an easy sell.
Month in, month out, he's been delivering with quiet reliability.
There's no guessing with this man's artwork. His character's are "on-model." He renders a hand as a hand. His characters express themselves with their hands. A face expresses the writer's full intent. His characters occupy their own space and interact within each others.
Best of all, he's constantly looking for it, a new way to lay out a page, a new way torender a subtle something unique to the way character carries him or herself.
It's a certain something that can't be taught and Igle's art has it in abundance.
Over time, Jamal Igle's become an artist I've come to respect.
His art lets me know exactly what's going on on the page. His art makes me want to turn the page and go back and look at it again.
That's makes for a good comic and Igle does nothing but.