|Yellow Lantern |
"My favorite design is the one I copied from Spider-man."
Deadpool is going strong because of the writing, Psycho-spider-man is exactly how he looks but that's not why he's popular. He was originally a shameless rip-off Deathstroke (most people think it's the other way around because Deadpool became more popular) and Jesus Christ why do I care?!?
They should have asked him why he draws the same ugly noses on every character hes ever drawn EVER.
I always adored how completely clueless he is to how shit his comics were and still are to this day. His body proportions are some of the funniest shit I've seen in comic book art, hated his nonsense from day one.
Image itself was so up its own ass, while not his book, anyone ever read Wetworks? holy shitballs that's some horrid stuff.
Anyone ever check out the Hero's Reborn stuff marvel churned out? some funny shit.
Shit...did't want the comment to stretch like that at the bottom, sorry folks.
Just imagine it's Captain America's left boob.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Thanks for helping manga get a foothold in America, SUCKER!
That would have happened anyways considering how retarded these last few generations are.
I've got a single star and I know how to use it! DON'T PUSH ME!
@Caminante is there really a jump from comic superhero teams to manga/anime?
I suppose I should thank him for driving me squarely into early 90s and (via back issue bins) late 80s Vertigo comics while all the other kids thought this ass and Jim Lee were the greatest thing since sliced bread.
|The Mothership |
Oh christ, Youngblood. You talentless piece of shit. Yea, I came into comics about the time Image was newly founded, and while Image had some good titles, this shit was what sent me into DH and Vertigo stuff straight away.
Thanks for reminding me of my worst memories of the 90s, the fanboy days of 1993-95. fuck you, Bozo.
This guy is the reason why I couldn't give two shits about comics, thanks Rob.
Is anyone still wondering why comics have taken so long to be considered an acceptable form of entertainment? You have this guy to thank, among others.
The shit list is long and begins with the dominance and endless repetitious publishing of every superhero concept ever created. Look, I've created a superhero who shits to the right instead of to the left! What an amazing deconstruction of the superhero paradigm this is! Publish me!
I'm not wondering. They're not acceptable entertainment for adults BECAUSE THEY ARE COMIC BOOKS
Nice try, Modern Angel.
And I suppose pant's aren't acceptable attire for women BECAUSE THEY'RE PANTS!!
I wonder if he'll sell his meth teeth on eBay.
Liefeld is hardly the reason for the 90s downfall in comics. The downfall was caused by every god damn writer thinking they were Chris Claremont and that doing a death/rebirth story-arc for every damn character, 5 crossovers a year, and obligatory ALTERNATE FUTURE storylines for everyone would be a great idea to do for years on end.
Also, creating endless new characters just so you would have someone to do a VERY SPECIAL ISSUE death storyline for at the end of the year.
Total genre saturation
This post brought to you by the letter X!
Five different covers for each issue, all at full print run numbers.
Let's not forget rampant collector speculation ala all the Valiant titles.
Asides from his awful art and the long, winding trail of questionable business practices, shady dealings, excuses, and seemingly many former associates whom he seems to have done wrong, let's not forget he's an ugly, meaty-faced troll looking mofo.
at 1:52 he passes over several questions like "Why do you suck so hard?" "Why don't you kill yourself?" etc...
I first got into comics back in High School. I had a small circle of friends, and we collected comics. Simple enough. Only we were young, stupid, and easily attracted to shiny things. Naturally, we gravitated to the horrible foil-covered Image comics like magpies to spoons. Back then, I thought these abominations of art were the pinnacle of artistic design, and as a result, my own comic book characters were festooned with Too Many Pouches syndrome and Gritty Sneer disorder.
A year later, I discovered Watchmen, Hellboy, and Doom Patrol, and I realized what a cunt I'd been and that Image - especially Rob Leifield - were all mega-cunts.
I still have problems drawing feet to this day because of this bastard.
Although his art is 12 shades of terrible and his "rockstar" status is about as deserving as Fred Durst's, the Image split did kick some life back into comics. Comics were stagnating, and even though the Image split produced some large piles of shit, it showed Marvel and DC that SOMETHING needed to be changed as well as showing them exactly how not to change it.
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