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Here’s a comparison between Frank Miller’s pencils and Klaus Janson’s inks on a page of DAREDEVIL #172.

Here’s a comparison between Frank Miller’s pencils and Klaus Janson’s inks on a page of DAREDEVIL #172.

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    Lápices de FRANK MILLER y tintas de KLAUS JANSON para DAREDEVIL #172.
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    Process.
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    Klaus Janson is the master of his craft.
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    Tight Frank Miller pencils + faithful Klaus Janson inks = early stages of a great duo. They went on to create really...
  17. davehearn said: Not sure which I like better
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