35. Gene Colan – 346 points (2 first place votes)  Gene Colan became famous at Marvel for his energetic work coupled with his unique panel arrangements on the Iron Man feature. However, I think perhaps his strongest work is the slightly less frenetic Tomb of Dracula with writer Marv Wolfman and inker Tom Palmer.  Here is Colan from the classic twenty-fifth issue where a woman hires a stereotypical private investigator (straight out of a Raymond Chandler story) to find out who murdered her…

35. Gene Colan – 346 points (2 first place votes) Gene Colan became famous at Marvel for his energetic work coupled with his unique panel arrangements on the Iron Man feature. However, I think perhaps his strongest work is the slightly less frenetic Tomb of Dracula with writer Marv Wolfman and inker Tom Palmer. Here is Colan from the classic twenty-fifth issue where a woman hires a stereotypical private investigator (straight out of a Raymond Chandler story) to find out who murdered her…

Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Tomb of Dracula #69 Page 11 (1978)

Gene Colan and Tom Palmer Tomb of Dracula #69 Page 11 (1978)

tompalmerillustration: “ Tomb of Dracula #48 cover. Marvel Comics, 1976. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Tom Palmer. ”

tompalmerillustration: “ Tomb of Dracula #48 cover. Marvel Comics, 1976. Pencils by Gene Colan. Inks by Tom Palmer. ”

Tomb of Dracula #24 (1974) written by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Tom Palmer

Tomb of Dracula #24 (1974) written by Marv Wolfman, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Tom Palmer

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