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Beautiful detail work by Jack and Joe on the sand cylinder in panel three!
The line quality in this particular issue is extraordinary. Jack and Joe were firing on all cylinders for this one!
No joke, Kirby inked by Sinnott was putting all competition to shame between issues 45 to 70.
IDW, don't ever mess with issue 51… I'll kill for that one!
Kirby inked by Sinnott put all competition to shame, period.
If you can find anything by any competitor(s) that you feel comes close to any Kirby/Sinnott page, I'm gonna tell you to go get your eyes checked!
Hey, how come there's nearly no gray in Joe's brush strokes? There doesn't appear to be any operator error in the scan, but somehow these blacks are 99.99% pure black! The man couldn't have been dipping his brush every 15 seconds, could he?
Any way you slice it, this duo was and still is unparalleled.