Who’s the best duo in comicdom?

Which writer and artist make the best pair for storytelling?

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Um… I think the classic duo is George Perez and Marv Wolfman

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But I like Mich Gerads and Tom King

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Geoff Johns and Dale Eaglesham work on Justice Society of America and there back together on Shazam They are GREAT

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Geoff Johns and Gary Frank are a standout duo.

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Geoff Johns and Gary Frank are awesome, but I will always stick with Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale.

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I’m really surprised that nobody has said Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo yet

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Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke made some magic together.

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Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

Scott Snyder and Jock

Geoff Johns and Gary Frank

Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok

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Denny O’Neil & Neal Adams

With Wolfman & Perez a close second

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The best combination of writing and art that I’ve seen is the 1987 Wonder Woman series, so I’m going to cheat and say George Perez and George Perez.

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Snyder and Capullo for me

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Don’t hate on yourselves to much when you didn’t mention Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee on Hush.

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Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers

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Snyder and Jock

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Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. I love Long Halloween and Dark Victory

I love all the answers so far.
How about Alan Moore and any artist.

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@dogwelder you know, now that you mention it…it’s odd, I can’t really imagine Moore being very…open and collaborative with umm…anyone lol. So it’s so surprising that he does actually produce so many great stories with a wide variety of people. That being said, I wasn’t a fan of his work on Top Ten…the art threw me off on that one…

That was Gene Ha.
Reread it…you may like it now.

Yes, @DeSade-acolyte–Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams were great and the best DC duo, but my all-time favorite duo would have to b Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. They were mythic world builders.