So, I don't know if everyone has been reading all of the comments for this weeks CDC, but there has been some discussion (amongst the obvious definitions of when certain "ages" of comics start/ end) between myself and William Peterson about the merit of modern comic book art styles. WillyPete hates them, judging by his comments, whereas I, who has grown up with this sort of art being the norm, quite like them. So I want to get your guys opinion on it. Do you like the art style of modern comics, or do you prefer the older silver/ bronze age art styles?
For the sake of ease we'll define Silver Age as the 1960's, Bronze Age as 1970's and the Modern Age as post 2000, just to clear up any confusion and to make sure we don't go into the 90's hate again, because we can all agree that was mostly rubbish and anyway that's not what I'm talking about.
Also, if you guys want me to make this an on-going weekly blog post again like it was last summer, I'm open to it. I've got one, maybe two ideas for questions, but if you want to make suggestions, I will take those into consideration.
Anyway, JR out.