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Club insert of The Onion wrote, shortly before Tuska's death in , that,. Tuska was perfectly competent, and his art for titles like Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk [sic] [31] is decent, though unspectacular. But his drawing was so quickly assayed, and so essentially flavorless, that he became the King of the Fill-In Issue, hopping in to provide bland, forgettable work whenever someone else blew a deadline.

He thus played an inadvertent part in setting up [Marvel and DC Comics]' creed of speed over quality, and helped establish the Marvel house style, which nurtured some young artists, but acted as an artistic straitjacket for others. That assessment of Tuska's Marvel work is not widely shared. John Romita Sr.

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He could do everything. When Stan knew that a guy could do anything, he used him in every possible, conceivable way. George was a helluva artist and very versatile and very fast. He was in demand". He brought as much excitement and talent to those genres as he did to superhero comics". His signature flourish may have been characters in arrested motion, coiled in preparation for violence like so many pulp heroes of an earlier generation, legs splayed in the form of a near-base ready for what might come next. Tuska cemented his reputation as one of the more iconic superhero artists of [the s] — two full generations after entering comics.

Retired from active comics work as of the s, Tuska late in life moved from Hicksville, New York , on Long Island , [39] to Manchester Township, New Jersey with his wife Dorothy "Dot" , where he did commissioned art. Tuska was a recipient of the industry's Inkpot Award. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. George Tuska Tuska in the s. Action Comics , , — Adventure Comics — The Brave and the Bold 88 Challengers of the Unknown 73—74 Detective Comics , — Falling In Love , , — Fury of Firestorm 17—18, 31, 45 — Ghosts 2—4 — Girls' Love Stories , , —, , , — Girls' Romances , , , — Green Lantern —, Heart Throbs — House of Mystery , —, — House of Secrets 86, 90, 95, — Infinity, Inc.

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His most celebrated achievement was a decade-plus run on Iron Man London, United Kingdom: Dorling Kindersley. Tuska" , that, "The one issue only one that features his art was a case when he drew a story for another comic and when Marvel suddenly needed an issue of Hulk in a hurry, they took Tuska's story, had another artist draw the green-skinned guy into a couple of panels and published it as an issue of The Incredible Hulk.

That may have been the best move in order to get a book to press on time but George never got a chance to show what he could do on the Hulk comic.

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The Musicians Union protests Sterling's appearance on the Top of the Pops show as he did not play on the original recording; the point ends up being moot as the show never airs due to the single's lackluster performance. Simon phones in to London radio station from Newcastle for interview; mentions Warren's underwear parties. Apr Simon appears on Radio 1 with Philip Schofield. Duran Duran : London Arena, London, England with Thrashing Doves opening of new arena; heavily covered by press; George Michael attends; show is halted when Sterling's drum kit breaks down.

John and Renee finally separate for good. Duran makes Warren and Sterling official members of the band. Sterling stays up all night in the hotel with fans, celebrating his acceptance into the band. Radio 1 airs highlights of Manchester show. Duran rehearses songs for upcoming summer festivals including " The Chauffeur " and a soul version of " Careless Memories " , and writes new music for the album to become Liberty , at Stanbridge Rehearsal Studios. John records an interview for Eurochart Hot radio show in Amsterdam, but the show is never broadcast.

Decade greatest hits album released worldwide. Jun Duran Duran and others:Leysin Music Festival, [venue? More work on Liberty at Stanbridge rehearsal hall; John is heavily involved in writing and demoing tracks.