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Joe Sinnott Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Joe Sinnott.

Joe Sinnott was an American great comic artist, he died on June 25 at the age of 93.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Sad to hear one of comic’s greatest has gone. Joe Sinnott showed me that the best inkers are ones who are also talented artists themselves and Joe was. A signature style, always recognisable and a line that defined an era.


I’m truly sorry to read that Legend #JoeSinnott has passed away. Mr. Sinnott was one of those constant when I was growing up, his PHENOMENAL inks enhanced the art of other monsters. My 1st #comicbook love were the #Fantastic4 from which his work IS definitive! Rest in Peace.


I’ve seen Joe Sinnott’s work all my life, but only really become aware of how much he really meant to those early Marvel days over the last year. Admittedly, Fantastic Four wasn’t one of my favs, but the art from Kirby and Sinnott is legendary for good reason. RIP.


Sorry to hear about the passing of Joe Sinnott. One of the greatest talents this industry ever produced. A true loss.
When I was but a pup in this business Joe inked over some Deadpool pages I did in issue 11. He was very gracious and made it look like I knew what I was doing.


Joe Sinnott has passed away. A true unimpeachable legend. Inked on the Fantastic Four from 1965-1981. His work defined the Marvel house style in major ways, his adaptability & technique were second to none. Thanks Joltin’ Joe.


Ninety-three: a fabulous innings. Joe Sinnott was truly one of those comics masters, someone who inked some of the most iconic images in the artform. Comics is truly at a loss in his passing. Happy trails, Joe, sleep well. You’ve earned it.

#RIPJoeSinnott


R.I.P. Joe Sinnott, October 16th, 1926-June 25th, 2020. He was a nice guy — and also the greatest inker of my childhood. As far as I’m concerned, no one inked Jack Kirby better. Hard to believe I met him 50 years ago next weekend, when I had him sign the program at my first con.


Four years later, Joe Sinnott and I had this encounter at the 1974 New York Creation Con. The rabbit and the sheepskin are long gone, though I still own that broadsword, as well as the studded belt wrapped around my chest. And thankfully, I’ll always have those memories of Joe.


A true legend. I honestly knew Joe Sinnott more from the weekly Spider-Man comics strip than anything. I worked my way backwards and realized he was one of the best artists in the comics medium. RIP.


Our sincere condolences go out to the family, friends, and fans of comic book legend Joe Sinnott. We are honored to have had him as a guest at many of our events and considered him part of our family.

We thank him for his contributions. May he rest in peace.


The comic-lovers on our staff are gutted to learn of the passing of Marvel Comics Legend Joe Sinnott, announced by his grandson
@DorianSinnott
earlier today.

His inks were a major player in giving Kirby’s art depth and perspective. Long Live the Legend!


We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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