Welcome to the latest episode of THN Cover to Cover, the bi-weekly, comic book call-in show where YOU control the topics! In Cover to Cover, we answer the Question of the Week and talk about whatever nerdy subjects come to mind!
This Question of the Week came from briandomingos , who asked “Let’s say you could only read the catalog of ONE creator (writer, penciller, inker, colorist, etc.) for the rest of time. You have access to no other comics, just the entire works of that chosen creator – who is it and why?” This question is a lot harder than it seems and you may not want to automatically pick your favorite artist or writer. For instance, how many different titles from different companies have featured the work of, say, colorist Dave Stewart or letterer Todd Klein?
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