Jim Starlin bio

Jim Starlin (1949-) - After serving his country in Vietnam, Starlin pursued his artistic talent in earnest during the 1970s. His muscular, exaggerated style was perfectly suited for Marvel. His first professional assignment was partially inking John Romita's pencils in Amazing Spider-man #113. Soon afterward, he would begin experimenting with layouts and repetitive sequencing. In the latter titles, Starlin would develop new levels of complexity in his artwork. After a stint at DC during the 1980s, Marvel lured him back with the prospect of launching his own creator-owned series Dreadstar. To his credit, many of Starlin's imagery and ideas appear in today's Avengers movies. More on wikipedia

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