Share ''Art of Neal Adams' revisits artist's bombshell arrival in comics'
By Andrew A. Smith
Scripps Howard News Service
Neal Adams changed how comic books were drawn in America.
I still remember the first time I saw his artwork. It was in the late 1960s, and I was familiar with the major artists at the bigger companies, the A-listers all the B-listers were copying. Jack Kirby was “The King,” and set the pace at Marvel Comics. Dan DeCarlo was the de facto house styl…
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