View Poll Results: Favorite vintage Motu artist

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  • Rudy Obrero

    5 33.33%
  • Earl Norem

    7 46.67%
  • William George

    3 20.00%
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Thread: Favorite vintage Motu artist?

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    Favorite vintage Motu artist?

    Hard to pick just one since they are all legends.I have to go with Rudy Obrero.Love his oil artwork.

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    No question all 3 are great. But I have to go with the man himself....Earl Norem.

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    All 3 are fantastic artists, true legends !

    But the artist that rose Eternia to the hightest level was William George in my opinion...

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    I love all three and I think they're all equally brilliant. I had to go with Rudy, though, for his Castle Grayskull illustration.
    By the ancients!!!


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    With out a doubt.....EARL NOREM!



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    Earl Norem! I was in awe of those Golden Book covers as a kid. The Rock Warriors marching into battle against He-Man. The awesome battle scene in The Sword of Skeletor. All the covers are amazing. On top of that, the magazine covers and posters. Earl Norem brought realisim to MOTU for the kid in me. His art rules. Best MOTU art to this day!

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    I voted for Mr. Obrero but growing up Earl Norem was the man.Actually wasn't too aware of Rudy's artwork until I got older.Would have loved to see Rudy's take on more than just the first wave figures.

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    William George above all, but also Esteban Maroto (covers and posters in German comics) and Joe Chiodo (Mantisaur box art)...

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