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Name That Nightwing Artist!

All November-long, I will be sharing four panels featuring a comic book character. They will each be drawn by four separate pencilers. I will be featuring only pieces of art where the penciler did full pencils (as otherwise it would be way too difficult). Your challenge is to, simply put, name that artist!

E-mail me your guesses to bcronin@comicbookresources.com. Do NOT make guesses in the comments section! After a week, I’ll post the correct answers on the archive page along with whoever guessed them correctly. You don’t have to name the issues the panels came from, but if you’d like to, knock yourself out.

Read on for the four Nightwing panels…



Remember, don’t answer in the comments section. E-mail me your guesses at bcronin@comicbookresources.com.



Good luck and have fun!


What? No disco Nightwing?

The first panel reminds me that I need to hit the gym more.

1) Ed McGuinness
2) Scot Kollins
3) Greg Land
4) Joe Dodd

No 12-foot pony tail by Greg Land?? :( Granted it varied from 6 inches to 12 feet throughout the book…

Which part of “Remember, don’t answer in the comments section. E-mail me your guesses at bcronin@comicbookresources.com” is so hard to understand?

Well there’s always somebody who has to ruin it for everyone else….

@Greg: the “don’t”. :)

@Greg: No harm done, as I’m pretty sure he’s wrong on all of them.

I look at that 4th one and see Jin from Lost as a model for the character. Not a dig/swipe at the artist, but man that looks like Daniel Kim just started some cosplay!

Wow, good call. That’s Daniel Dae Kim alright.
Seeing as he made Dick Grayson Korean, hopefully this artist will draw the often-caucasian Linda Park-West sometine.

Yeah, there’s no way that’s not Daniel Dae Kim. That’s just bizarre.

Based on the date of the comic, Kim would be an unlikely subject.

Pre-1999, then? Huh, I wouldn’t have thought that to look at the panel. Kim’s been working since 1992, but 1999 is when he first became a series regular on Crusade. Granted, I didn’t actually learn his name until 2002, when he started appearing regularly on Angel, and then Star Trek: Enterprise the following year. He was definitely a name in geek circles long before Lost, anyway.

That…that’s not right, Mutt!

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