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The 'Tuskas of the world did their work with little to no clout, power or say-so'

Spurred by the death last week of longtime Iron Man artist George Tuska, Mark Evanier considers how the comics industry was different for creators of his generation:

It's a good, thoughtful piece, and a nice companion to Evanier's obituary for the 93-year-old artist.

War of the Realms #2: The Losses Begin in a Thrilling Sophomore Issue

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