Artists Who Never Really Worked for DC

What artists, who never really worked for DC would you like/have liked to see on a DC book.

I would have loved to see John Buscema on the Justice League America.

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Sana Takeda - I would love to see her draw Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Swamp Thing, Batgirl, Batman or even the Justice League.

The Art she did on the X-23 comic was do darn amazing that it is one of the reasons I started buying the Monstress Title from image. her art is just breath taking, and i would pretty much love to see her draw any DC hero.

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Geof Darrow did a few covers here and there, but I’d really love to see him take on a big DC project.

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What a great thread!
I believe Herb Trimpe never drew a DC comic.
He probably would have done a great Martian Manhunter or Fourth World Series.

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After his work on Tom King’s Vision, I’d absolutely love to see Gabriel Hernandez Walta on at least one full arc, maybe even reuniting w/ King to try and recapture some of that magic

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John Romita Sr. who draws beautiful women. I’d love to see him draw Batgirl.

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Joe Madureira was one of the first artists I remember really noticing and liking when I was a kid. I’m not sure if he’s still active, but I’d like seeing him draw for DC.

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John Cassaday - I know he technically worked for DC with Planetary but it’d be cool to see him take on a proper main DC title. Superman or Flash would be good choices imo.

Ashley Marie Witter - Great artist I discovered at a con while doing a series called Squarriors. She has gone on to work for the other big company now. She would probably be really great on a Harley Quinn series.

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He’s done a little work for them.
This small bit in Superman 165

These variant covers

And this Wizard Magazine cover from back in the day

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Seconded.

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When I was a kid reading Buscema’s Avengers, I would fantasize about John pencilling the JLA.

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Frank Springer. Beat that

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