Saturday, September 27, 2014

G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero #86 - Marshall Rogers art


G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero v1 #86, 1989 - When enemy agents infiltrate the Chrysler Building, the team leads a helicopter assault on one of New York City's most illustrious buildings. Marshall Rogers' drawings are stiff and his layouts monotonous. His only saving grace are his architectural renditions. The perspectives are precise and visually interesting (see interior page below), culminating in a superb building exterior on page 17. This is number 7 of 8 G.I. Joe issues with Rogers art and/or covers. Other artists in this issue include Ron Wagner (cover). See today's posts or more Rogers or G.I. Joe issues. See also this blog's Rogers checklist or Top 10 Rogers comics.
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"Not Fade Away" Rogers story pencils (Randy Emberlin inks) 22 pages = **
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Marshall Rogers
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More Rogers posts:
Weird War #51
Detective Comics v1 #478 dc comic book cover art by Marshall Rogers
Detective Comics #478
Savage Sword #44

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