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Frank Quitely covers classic Gil Kane for Green Lantern #60

Frank Quitely's variant cover for Green Lantern #60

Frank Quitely's variant cover for Green Lantern #60

After unveiling 75th-anniversary variants last week from the likes of Mike Mignola, Eduardo Risso, Lee Bermejo, George Perez and Walter Simonson, DC Comics this morning debuted Frank Quitely’s reinterpretation of Gil Kane’s classic 1967 cover for Green Lantern #52.

Quitely’s cover will serve as a variant for November’s Green Lantern #60. You can see the full image after the break.

Frank Quitely's variant cover for Green Lantern #60

Frank Quitely's variant cover for Green Lantern #60

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8 Comments

Francis Higstrom

May 24, 2010 at 10:55 am

Frank Quitely is like the Emperor with no clothes. When are people going to just admit that he sucks?

The Ugly American

May 24, 2010 at 12:09 pm

A Gil Kane-style cover?

Nope, fail.

Not enough Nestor Carbonell-style eyelashes for me.

Ewwww… computer generated lens flare.

The greatest artist working today. His work on batman is incredible and I defy anyone to find a better piece of work than All Star Superman. This cover? Not his greatest. But hey, he can do no wrong as far as i’m concerned. Francis has obviously never seen any of his work. Which makes me angry. I hate when people make sweeping statements on the basis of…nothing. (yes i see the irony in what i said. still angry though…)

Christian Otholm

May 25, 2010 at 7:01 am

I think it looks great.

@Francis Higstrom

Because he doesn’t? Either argue for your point or conceed you’re wrong. Just saying something is bad doesn’t make it so.

Opinions—like assholes—all got one.

If you don’t like Quitely’s art, Google “Multiversity” and look for the pencil rendering of Blue Beetle. It’s, in my opinion, the best single thing he’s ever drawn.

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