Saluting one of the greatest artists in Batman history.
Marshall Rogers is on my personal Mount Rushmore of Batman artists and he’s in all likelihood on yours, too.
(For me, it’s Adams, Rogers and Mazzucchelli, with Infantino, Capullo and Sprang or Robinson fighting out for that fourth spot. Discuss.)
I’ve published a lot about Rogers over the years — including insights from pros like Steve Englehart, his Batman collaborator, Kelley Jones and Chip Kidd — and with his birthday again upon us, it seemed like a good idea to index my favorite pieces. (Rogers was born Jan. 22, 1950, and died far too young at the age of 57 in 2007.)
So feel free to click the links below. I promise you’ll like what you find.
The sentiments, like Rogers’ art, are timeless:
— Remembering Marshall Rogers, by STEVE ENGLEHART. Click here.
— 13 COVERS: A Marshall Rogers Birthday Salute. Click here.
— The KELLEY JONES Interviews: How Marshall Rogers Lit the Fire. Click here.
— The Exact Moment Marshall Rogers Passed the Torch to Kelley Jones. Click here.
— The CHIP KIDD Interviews: The Brilliance of Marshall Rogers. Click here.
— BATMAN ’77: The Best Netflix Series You’ll Never See. Click here.
— Marshall Rogers’ BATMAN Newspaper Strips Need to Be Reprinted. Click here.