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    #16
    I don't like the comic booky art. Not a huge fan of the TWTTK art that he did. It's awesome, don't get me wrong its just not what I want to see in a novel.

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      #17
      I actually really like the interiors he did for TWTTK, I just care for the cover / cover design that they chose for it.
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        #18
        Talk about epic. He does mostly fantasy artwork, but Robert Gould defines epic in my opinion.

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          #19
          How about John Bolton.His work on The Green Woman was super.It would give it a more real feel.

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            #20
            I'd like to see Vince Natale do more book covers. http://vincenatale.com/
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              #21
              Chad Michael Ward. He works with nude alot but if you can get him to do some artwork without boobs he is great.
              Looking for the fonting of youth.

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                #22
                Originally posted by Tasmaniac View Post
                I'd like to see Vince Natale do more book covers. http://vincenatale.com/
                Those are amazing. The most realistic nipples I have EVER seen. Other than actual real ones but that's a given.

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                  #23
                  I am proud to nominate JD Busch for a chance at this... sample of his work can be found at : http://jdbusch.deviantart.com/gallery/

                  He's worked with Laird Barron on "Hallucigenia" and did an illustration for Scott Nicolay's "Ana Kai Tangata"... I can say his work is awesome, but I don't have to - it speaks for itself... It the words of Jack Torrence - "Go check it out!!!"

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                    #24
                    I also enjoy the artwork of Joel Quiggle. I'm not sure what he would do with zombies but he has an interesting and (IMO) a fresh style.
                    Looking for the fonting of youth.

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                      #25
                      That Vince Natale was very good.
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                        #26
                        I'd like to see Oscar Senn give it a try. It would be very different for him, but I think it'd be unique. Ethan Nicolle too.

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Hedda Gabler View Post
                          That Vince Natale was very good.
                          Yet another to add to the pile. I'd never heard of him, but some really good stuff on his site.
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                            #28
                            My two favorite so far a Vincent Chong and Vince Natale which as typing this I just realized they are both Vince.

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                              #29
                              Tomislav Tikulin or Vinent Chong, really like their covers!

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by srboone View Post
                                Hmmm...is this an anniversarry edition Brian?
                                I can't think of anything "zombie" that meets that 700 page description . . . but Koontz might . . .

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