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12. Bruce Timm
One of the co-creators of the extrememly popular Animated Series adaptation of Batman comics, Bruce Timm soon brought his striking artwork over to the actual comic books. His most famous work is the Mad Love graphic novel where he and writer Paul Dini handled the origins of Joker’s girlfriend, Harley Quinn, a character introduced on the TV series.
I think these pages demonstrate Timm’s unique ability to have an adult flair to what is ostensibly intended to be a an “all-ages” book. Timm, naturally, is a fluid artist and his sequential work is at the top of the line…
11. Greg Capullo
One of the most impressive things to me about Greg Capullo’s current run on Batman is the fact that he helped reluanch the book in the New 52 and has remained on the book ever since, missing very few issues along the way.
Capullo’s art style is incredibly dynamic and stylized. Here is an action sequence from early in his Batman run….
Capullo is currently continuing to impress with the ongoing Batman comic series right now.
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