Love & Radiation
Kelley Jones depicts Deadman not merely as a man in white greasepaint but as a genuinely skeletal figure, wrapped in his skintight acrobatic gear. One of the more arresting super-hero images I’ve encountered.
Look, as much as I have had to turn away from DC in recent years because of virtually every creative and business decision they’ve made for the last while, I still have a great deal of affection for a lot of their characters, particularly the weirdly creepy ones that rub the super-hero genre up against horror (like Doom Patrol and Deadman) and it’s going to be hard to shake that.

Kelley Jones depicts Deadman not merely as a man in white greasepaint but as a genuinely skeletal figure, wrapped in his skintight acrobatic gear. One of the more arresting super-hero images I’ve encountered.

Look, as much as I have had to turn away from DC in recent years because of virtually every creative and business decision they’ve made for the last while, I still have a great deal of affection for a lot of their characters, particularly the weirdly creepy ones that rub the super-hero genre up against horror (like Doom Patrol and Deadman) and it’s going to be hard to shake that.