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The first run is not well served by the recolouring in most reprint versions compared to the originals the b&w in the Essentials isn't so bad, though.
But, yeah, as long as it doesn't lead to the original disappearing I don't have a problem with Bolland recolouring it.
Not content with recolouring Mussorgsky's piano original, Raskatov gave the harmonies a savage modernist edge, and added Hammer-horror preludes to each song.
Physically they are obviously (and beautifully) based on black faces before recolouring.
Recently, Gibbons was involved with the recolouring of the original artwork for the
And I suspect that recolouring something in photoshop is harder work than replacing the parts by identical ones in a different colour.
Now rock-and-roll, the Civil Rights and women's movements, miniskirts, hippies and drugs were bubbling out of the gutters and recolouring the splash pages of our country.
For ripping off God's hand, rotating it, and recolouring it.
Recolouring happens all the time-- the Absolute Editions are a good example (and I liked John Higgins' job in Absolute Watchmen), even collected issues in trades like the Englehart/Rogers Batman (which I hate because they used Rogers' gaudy recolouring from the '80s instead of the more muted palate used in the '70s) or Batman Year One (one of the reasons I've been on the fence about buying it is that I actually prefer Richmond Lewis' original colouring-- I think he did more with the limited pallate available to him in 1986).
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