Monday, September 26, 2011


One of the stalwarts of the eighties comic scene was Pat Broderick. As an artist, he wasn't flashy, but he was always good and could provide solid superhero work that was distinct. His characters were bulky and square-jawed, and they felt powerful. He worked on a lot of books I enjoyed, and I wonder where he is now. the last time I saw his work was in the late-lamented Harlan Ellison's Dream Corridor, where Ellison was able to choose those writers and artists whom he most revered and had always wanted to work with. Broderick was one of those artists, and he did a stellar job on the story assigned him.

Here are a couple of titles he worked on, back in the day. So good.

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