Comic Book Artist and creator Tim Sale passed away today at age 66 years old. This was announced on Twitter from Sale’s pervious account that is now known as “Remembering Tim Sale”. Last week, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee announced on Twitter that Tim was seriously sick.
Tim Sale was an Eisner-award winning comic book artist. He was influence as an artist of his generation. Sale had a distinct style. He is well known for several works for both Marvel and DC Comics. Jeph Loeb was often Sale’s writing partner and together have put out many amazing comic books like Batman: The Long Halloween; Batman: Dark Victory; Superman for All Seasons and Catwoman: When in Rome; Daredevil: Yellow; Spider-Man: Blue; Hulk: Gray and Captain America: White to name a few.
It’s with a heavy sadness that I must announce that Tim Sale passed away today. He passed with the love of his life beside him, and loves all of you very much. Please share photos and stories under this post, as we hope to share them with the community.
— Remembering Tim Sale (@ArtBySale) June 16, 2022
Tim Sale was a legendary artist who created comic book masterpieces across and beyond the industry. At Marvel, his Color series became stunning classics and remain just a glimpse at his acclaimed legacy. We mourn his loss today, and our thoughts are with his family & loved ones. pic.twitter.com/akI1iAGTtf
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) June 16, 2022
Rest In Peace, Tim Sale. You will be greatly missed.