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Captain America, Treasury Special, America's Bicentennial Battles, Page 62
truthAndSoulBaby's picture
Posted by: truthAndSoulBaby | March 1, 2012

love this book!

trimpe's a fine kirby inker, imo

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Posted by: nick caputo | March 6, 2012

Inks on this page look like

Inks on this page look like the work of Dan Adkins. Note Cap's face and eyes in panel 2, and the sharp inking more in lone with Joe Sinnott, which Adkins style was close to.

http://nick-caputo.blogspot.com/

Tom Kraft's picture
Posted by: Tom Kraft | March 7, 2012

Re: Inks on this page

Can I get some confirmation it was Adkins? The GCD credits Trimpe. It also mentions that Romita inked some of the pages in this story but this page obviously isn't Romita.

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Posted by: nick caputo | March 7, 2012

Tom, Since I'm the guy that

Tom,

Since I'm the guy that provided the GCD some of the credits for the Treasury I'll go back and make some corrections.(and correct some of my own errors!). Looking over chapter 4 I now beliive that Trimpe inked the first 4 pages only, followed by Verpoorten (pgs 5-19); then Romita on pgs 20-23, and finally Adkins likely inked pgs 24-26. As Mark Evanier has noted, a number of hands were involved in inking this story, and its possible I've missed a few. I suspect Giacoia may have been involved in a few pages, possibly pg 25, but I'm going to look over the entire issue again and see what I come up with.

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Posted by: Tom Kraft | March 7, 2012

You the man!

Thanks Nick for you insight. I've credited Adkins.

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Posted by: Tom Kraft | April 15, 2012

Comparison added

Pencils to Inks added.

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Posted by: Krackles | April 15, 2012

Nothing compares to…

Really cool!
Quite faithfull inking. I would never have suspected that Cap's wing had been repositionned.

This shows why the pencils to inks comparison is a killer feature!

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