I personally don't find many of these to be effective, but they certainly illustrate a house approach from that era...
Celebrating Rich Buckler (1949–2017)
A stunned farewell to Rich Buckler. Rich was the first artist that I ever did major work on, illustrating the four part “Death of Jean DeWolff” that ran back in Spectacular Spider-Man #107-#110. He was routinely accused of being an art thief, using the work of others as trace reference for his own art. Nevertheless […]
Co-creator of Deathlok, the All-Star Squadron, and more.
Clifford Meth wrote in to CR on the occasion of the passing of his friend Rich Buckler. He noted the tough last several years through which Buckler struggled despite at one point being a significant freelancer in the US mainstream. This...Show More Summary
In honor of the late Rich Buckler, CSBG takes a look behind the scenes of the creation of Deathlok. The post Behind the Scenes of the Creation of Deathlok appeared first on CBR.
Revered Marvel and DC Comics artist Rich Buckler has passed away at 68. He worked on titles such as Fantastic Four and Lois Lane in the '70s. The post Rich Buckler, Deathlok & All-Star Squadron Co-Creator, Has Died appeared first on CBR.
Deathlok co-creator Rich Buckler turns in a front-facing cover for the Marvel Comics anti-hero's January issue by Nathan Edmondson & Mike Perkins.
Original cover by Rich Buckler and Jack Abel; DC 1977. Arthur Adams's website is here.
All courtesy of The Privateer author Bill Buckler The Essence “What I was looking at was a tussle between two groups of mass-men, one large and poor, the other small and rich. As judged by the standards of a civilised society, neither of them any more meritorious or promising than the other. Show More Summary
Original cover by Rich Buckler and Joe Rubinstein, Marvel 1980. Josh Bayer's website is here and Pat Auliso's website is here.
Original cover by Rich Buckler and Frank Giacoia; Marvel 1977. Josh Bayer's website is here.
Original cover by Rich Buckler and Jack Abel; DC 1977. Jordan Speer's website is here.
I promised Blue Beetle, I've delivered Blue Beetle! Here's Bill Fraccio's cover to issue 4. Okay, so I didn't say how many Beetle pages I had to show, did I? Page 15 from Brave and the Bold #51, by Howard Purcell! Rich Buckler's cover...Show More Summary
Original works by comics luminaries Joe Madureira, Rich Buckler, Adam Kubert, Art Thibert, Emilio Squeglio and Jerry Ordway will be available to the highest bidders in an auction to benefit The Hero Initiative.