(From "Daredevil Battles Hitler", 1941.)
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The Secret Lair
Believe it or not, someone compared Liefeld with Jack Kirby: http://www.spandexless.com/2012/05/spandexless-reads-05-31-2012/. What do you think about it?
I know there’s a joke in here about American crime levels, I just can’t nail it down.
I didn’t read the article, but I will say this: I won’t deny that Liefeld was heavily influenced by the work of Jack Kirby. Stryfe in particular, was one of Liefeld’s attempts to make a character that mimicked some of Kirby’s more wild designs in the way of strange, unwieldy headgear, and incomprehensible bits jutting off armor.
But, the point still is that Kirby could still draw the human body with reasonable proportions. Kirby could compose a story visually so that one might be able to follow without actually reading. Liefeld can do none of these things, even to this day.
Daredevil battles Hitler?
Yep. If you’re curious, you can read it here: http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/index.php?dlid=11755