Posted on December 17, 2010 by Brent Frankenhoff
Anthony Tollin writes:
Adrienne Roy, whose colorful storytelling was a fixture throughout two decades of Batman and other DC comics, died Dec. 14, 2010, after a yearlong battle with ovarian cancer.
The premier DC colorist during the 1970s provided dramatic coloring and storytelling for nearly all of the company’s titles but is best remembered for her 15-year, 189-issue run on Batman; her 16-year, 202-issue run on Detective Comics; and a 14-year tenure on The New Teen Titans, plus many years coloring other Bat-titles including Brave and the Bold, Robin, Batman and the Outsiders, Gotham Knights, and Shadow of the Bat.
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