Feb 1, 2010
In an industry as old and as fluid as comics, there are many legends. Writers, artists, editors, and more have come and gone and continue to line up to craft the lives of heroes and villains on the printed page. Gene Colan is one of those legends. His work in the 1970s seemed perfectly suited to The Tomb of Dracula (Colan’s broad strokes always seemed to be not so much moving as floating effortlessly, sweeping across the pages, like finely honed mist). But he was just as much at home in the world of superheroes, taking on Daredevil, Captain America, Batman, and more.