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There was a wonderful feeling of play and of graphic design in his work. "DC" was Dick Giordano. He didn't like Rogers work (he also didn't like mine-- Giordano held old school opinions rather strongly). https://twitter.com/BoughtThatComic/status/1484795319309287427 https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1484961934147469315/photo/1

@CoolComicArt
Cool Comic Art

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I often think about this Marshall Rogers page from Detective Comics #478 where what looks like an entire page worth of story was jammed into one panel https://twitter.com/CoolComicArt/status/1171843773023674369/photo/1

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Not even aware myself what box, in the attic of my brain, I'm going to open when drawing a page but Kirby's Thor cover was definitely in one of them. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1484641260870807562/photo/1

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Writers and artists - pro or still climbing - who are your biggest comic book creator influences, off the top of your head? Use covers for their books. #comicsDNA

I'm going to pick 8 (the actual number is about 40).
First four: Kirby, Colan, Adams, Kane https://twitter.com/FabianNicieza/status/1378441953071751170 https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1379060808970276868/photo/1

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They do. Seeing a penciled page and not seeing a small detail repeated in the inks is not the whole story. It's a non-artists way of looking at it.
The pages speak for themselves, deadlines or no. He knew what he could leave in, or out.
And his work holds up to color, then & now. https://twitter.com/bradexample/status/1476547545442787328 https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1476551469109235712/photo/1

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Venom vol2#23-25: Monsters of Evilを読んだよ。 https://twitter.com/shiba_nagame/status/1084724892795162624/photo/1

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A series of Agent Venom covers I drew, colors by Marte Gracia. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1387485967292981257/photo/1

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Latest read, Inventory and Mothers (2017) by Carmen Maria Machado; Inventory is an account of a woman's sexual encounters during a time of plague, and Mothers is a rumination on lesbian motherhood; pansexual, feminist, frank, confessional. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483848189392396298/photo/1

@carmenmmachado
Carmen Maria Machado 👻

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HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES has an official and gorgeous cover! 😍😍😍 @GraywolfPress, I love you. https://twitter.com/carmenmmachado/status/823659061854044162/photo/1

HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES by @carmenmmachado

It’s very hard to pick a single standout story from this collection, because they’re all so wonderful and weird. Machado bends the genres she tackles so far that they seem to create a new shape altogether. https://twitter.com/Scribd/status/1306284492441690112/photo/1

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Latest read, The Hunter's Wife (2001) by Anthony Doerr; a pragmatic Montana hunter falls in love with a magician's assistant but struggles to accept her psychic ability.
The 2nd story in this collection and, back-to-back, two of the finest short stories to be found anywhere. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483813396525072387/photo/1

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Latest read, The Shell Collector (2001) by Anthony Doerr; an old man's reclusive life, collecting shells on a small island off the coast of Kenya, is upended by a sensational, accidental cure.
A story that is simultaneously exotic, beautiful, and true. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1449672265562574848/photo/1

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Latest read, The Shell Collector (2001) by Anthony Doerr; an old man's reclusive life, collecting shells on a small island off the coast of Kenya, is upended by a sensational, accidental cure.
A story that is simultaneously exotic, beautiful, and a genuine expression of humanity. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1449673042880307205/photo/1

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Lafcadio Hearn's stories or folkloric tales inspired the Japanese classic film, Kwaidan. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483553577935118338/photo/1

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Latest read, Of Ghosts and Goblins (1894) by Lafcadio Hearn; a noblewoman tests Samurai suitors in a secretive rite and all but one fail; a maiden returns from the grave to be with her betrothed.
Hearn, Irish, was so authentic, his work is still taught in some Japanese schools. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483552558232883205/photo/1

@tritonnova
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【画像注意】ラフカディオ・ハーンの幽霊物のペンギン・クラシックスの新刊。表紙はさすがに過激な気がする。ハーンの世界はちょっと違うのではないか。これではまるで『八つ墓村』ではないだろうか。ちょっと学生に勧めにくいのですが。 https://twitter.com/tritonnova/status/1052023152782409728/photo/1

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@johnreppion ‘Japanese Ghost Stories’ edited by
Lafcadio Hearn and Paul Murray is v nice read https://twitter.com/AndrewBober/status/1186946928275267584/photo/1

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Cary Grant trending?
"I'm flabbergasted, Twitter. That's not like you. Not like you at all."
#TCMParty https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483486327970709511/photo/1

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Latest read, Snake (1995) by @nalohop1; as chance would have it, my second child killer story this week. I almost put it down. Too much of that too soon.
I'm glad I didn't. The allusions to a snake are artful and the elders of the town attacking the abductor is exciting fiction. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1483474268931432449/photo/1

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I read two Nalo Hopkinson stories, Riding the Red and Money Tree.

Riding the Red sees the grandmother in Red Riding Hood as a former red riding hood herself, and both women aware of their past and present sexuality. https://twitter.com/PatrickZircher/status/1297640558836486148/photo/1