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  1. Finally a username of Larami Taylor appears...

    Finally a username of Larami Taylor appears himself.

    APPLAUSE FOR BRAVERY!
  2. In Other words, ladies and gents, if nothing more...

    In Other words, ladies and gents, if nothing more than tumblr and FB is your goal... *WINK*
  3. Actually, Carabas, that reply and the attitude...

    Actually, Carabas, that reply and the attitude fueling it is precisely the kind of thing that editors and pros make fun of, mercilessly, at the end of the night after con days or signings. If you...
  4. There's comics that aren't comprised with panels?...

    There's comics that aren't comprised with panels? I wasn't aware of these"

    Likely because you have never done portfolio reviews for any paying company.

    Or been at a company dinner or party...
  5. The article states that the work must be equal to...

    The article states that the work must be equal to the stuff that is being produced. The artists on most Big 2 books have done life drawing, as the best art teacher in the Bay Area (Mr. Bradford of...
  6. Dabbling with comics off and on is NOT the same...

    Dabbling with comics off and on is NOT the same thing as preparing panel to panel pages presented for consideration. So no, "dabbling" does not cut it.
  7. Sorry, you aren't going to deflect with that. ...

    Sorry, you aren't going to deflect with that. When did Larami begin panel to panel pages, after you goofed on citing the article? Answer, thank you.
  8. NO, the article says "A casual comics fan as a...

    NO, the article says "A casual comics fan as a kid, Taylor turned his knowledge of the medium into a burgeoning career."

    Not the same at all, being a casual fan since childhood has jack do do with...
  9. You are arguing to argue while avoiding the...

    You are arguing to argue while avoiding the question:

    *When* did Larami begin sequential pages?
  10. And although Swampie did very well around '84-87,...

    And although Swampie did very well around '84-87, there was a lot of money back then as opposed to post GFC and austerity measures. A lot of people in Swampie's have lost jobs today that seemed very...
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    Bad art has made me drop a book or swapping an...

    Bad art has made me drop a book or swapping an art team make me pick it up.

    Moore's name on something makes me look. Loved the idea of LoEG, hated the art, didn't buy it.
  12. We aren't disagreeing. For someone fresh out of...

    We aren't disagreeing. For someone fresh out of the gate he is doing extremely well. The thread's title asks if we agree with complaining that he is not doing as well as experienced COMICS artists...
  13. As for Swamp Thing, the drop in sales seems to...

    As for Swamp Thing, the drop in sales seems to correspond to the book becoming far more pagan (than supernatural with pagan elements) at a time when Conservatism is thriving. In the 70s you get The...
  14. I always cite Kirby as an ultimate source of...

    I always cite Kirby as an ultimate source of reference and a Great from whom to take inspiration, and he stopped full pencils EARLY in the X Men, and Heck is not in Kirby's tier at all, so no.

    So,...
  15. Yes, yes and yes. The quality of the writing is...

    Yes, yes and yes. The quality of the writing is separate from any problems in the art.

    And like many great screenwriters who try to direct their own films and don't do as well as when a trained...
  16. To Legato: Example from crime drama: the baseball...

    To Legato: Example from crime drama: the baseball bat scene from Violent Cases, and the quiet speaking only scenes (with the Doctor) on other pages of that book.

    The way Denys Cowan had the...
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    Poll: Always loved Wizards, equally to Hey Good...

    Always loved Wizards, equally to Hey Good Lookin', Cool World and Spiderman TV stuff is at the bottom of the list for me.
  18. And books with bad art where the tanked sales...

    And books with bad art where the tanked sales went way up when Adams was put on board. Which balances exactly against your point.
  19. They would be if those books had boring layout...

    They would be if those books had boring layout and looked like some production assistant at HuffPost did the art.
  20. Translation: "Is it marketable?" If the layout...

    Translation: "Is it marketable?" If the layout is boring tbe answer is no.

    Part of the quote in the OP is about sales. If the writer is self honest enough to hire a deaf queer artist with the...
  21. Considering the clip is cynical clickbait and how...

    Considering the clip is cynical clickbait and how many geeks happily hook up at convention stalls - which basically are defacto mini stores like pop up stores - this whole "debate" is flirting with...
  22. As someone who has been paid by at least one of...

    As someone who has been paid by at least one of the big 4, I want to say yes, but sadly the answer is no. Marvel and DC instantly notice bad or boring layout, and that is the first cull, no matter...
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    It is worse than a shame.

    It is worse than a shame.
  24. "this word... I do not think it means what you...

    "this word... I do not think it means what you think it means..."
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    Some editors love Golden age stuff and in fact...

    Some editors love Golden age stuff and in fact there was a jam book with some big names doing public domain Golden Age characters.

    But having been paid a page rate while working for more than a...
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