RIP Rik Levins
ComicMix reports on the July 12 passing of Rik Levins, artist of “Captain America,” “X-O Manowar,” and “Avengers.” He was 59.
I wrote a fan letter to Marvel in 1991, thrilled that Levins had taken over the book. While his style wasn’t particularly flashy, his storytelling was always solid, and I thought he also had a nice way of portraying interactions between characters. As both a Valiant Comics fan and a Captain America fan, I have read many of the books Levins illustrated, and had hoped to someday meet him at a convention. My thoughts are with his family and loved ones.
ComicMix reports there is a memorial service for relatives and friends at 5 pm today, with visitation at 4:30 pm, at the Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, 7520 Aloma Ave., Winter Park, FL. 32792.
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