by Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Thursday 18 August 2011

I got into comic books right when artists like Jim Lee, Marc Silvestri, Todd McFarlane, and Erik Larsen dominated the scene. Rob Liefeld, who was also enjoying a good deal of fame with his work with X-Force and The New Mutants at the time, was the only prominent artist I absolutely hated.

I could never understand why he kept getting work. Here’s an absolutely spot-on and in-depth take down of Liefeld’s entire career, during which he never learned how to draw hands and feet.