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Norm Breyfogle hospitalized after stroke

Norm Breyfogle at his drawing table.

Norm Breyfogle at his drawing table.

Artist Norm Breyfogle — a comics veteran known best for his years on various Batman titles for DC Comics — has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke, according to a post on his Facebook page written Wednesday afternoon by Barbara De La Rue.

This is Barb I’m norm’s ex from California. Norm won’t be answering any txt’s from you friends out there. Norm just had a stroke and is in the hospital. Please keep him in your thoughts and your prayers. At this point norm is expecting a full recovery but time will tell.

A regular fixture on the Batman books from 1987 to 1993, Breyfogle has once again become a regular fixture at DC Comics in recent years, drawing Batman Beyond and Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger. He also illustrated much of the initial run of the Life With Archie series for Archie Comics starting in 2010, widely credited as a major turning point in that publisher’s ongoing evolution.

All of us at Comic Book Resources wish Breyfogle a speedy recovery.

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Here’s to a speedy recovery. My favorite Bat artist deserves it.

Get well soon, Mr. Breyfogle. You and Jim Aparo are my favorite bat artists.

Get well soon Norm.. dont do anything i wouldnt do

Sending best wishes to Mr Breyfogle.

Hope the recovery is full and speedy.

Get better soon!

Definitely in my prayers Norm!

One of my favorites, sorry to hear this. Hope he really can make a full recovery.

the best artist to ever work on a batman book! Get well soon.

Mr. Breyfogle is by far my favorite Batman artist. I will be praying for a full recovery.

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