22 Panels That Always Work

by alphamonkey on August 24, 2006 · 0 comments

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Wally Wood was an illustrator nearly without peer throughout the 50’s and 60’s, but in addition to the literally thousands of titles he worked on, one of his most lasting legacies is the stylistic cheat sheet he created, which was subsequently futhered along by his former assistant Larry Hama who passed along to countless others over the last couple of decades.  Take a gander at the inner most secrets of comic book illustration, otherwise known as Wally Wood’s 22 Panels That Always Work

Many thanks to Joel Johnson, who recently came into possession of Larry Hama’s original paste-up and decided to make it freely available to inspired artists and illustrators.  Check the story behind his purchase, as well as some background from Larry Hama himself. 

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