Vigilante v1 #41, 1987 - Vastly outnumbered, the Vigilante tries to evade detection on this Marshall Rogers cover. Typically, the hero is the most prominent figure in the layout, often standing out among all visual elements. Here the artist does the opposite, pushing the title character into the darkened background. Regardless, the contrast and central location of the figure make him the focal point. Quite unconventional, but effective just the same. This is number 2 of 2 Vigilante issues with Rogers art and/or covers. Other artists in this issue include Tod Smith and Rick Burchett. See today's posts or more Rogers or Vigilante issues. See also this blog's Marshall Rogers checklist or Top 10 Rogers comics.
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