Tim Sale Passes Away: Batman’s comic book artist Tim Sale passed away, was hospitalized for several days due to serious illness

Tim Sale Passes Away: Comic book artist Tim Sale, who became famous for iconic stories including ‘The Long Halloween’, died today on Thursday, June 17. Not much information has been revealed about his death. He was 66 years old. During his lifetime, Tim Sell has illustrated several Batman comics with comic book author Jeph Loeb such as ‘Batman: The Long Halloween’, ‘Batman Noir: Dark Victory’, ‘Catwoman: When in Rome’. Let us tell you that the information about his death came to know through tweet. This tweet was done from his official Twitter account. It should be noted that due to ill health for the last several days, he was admitted to the hospital.

Information received about the death through Twitter post

The information about the death of artist Tim Sell came to know through a Twitter post. This was confirmed on his official Twitter handle. It was written in the tweeted post- ‘It is with great sadness that it is being told that Tim Sell has passed away today. He passed on with the love of his life and loves you all dearly. Please share photos and stories under this post as we look forward to sharing them with the community.

DC Comics also remembered

Let us tell you that DC Comics also remembered him on the death of Tim Sell. Tweeted by DC Comics from the official Twitter handle. DC Comics wrote in its tweet – Tim Sell was an incredible artist. Whose iconic characters had genuine human depth. And his groundbreaking page design changed the way an entire generation thought about comic book storytelling. Our condolences are with Tim’s family and friends. He will be missed by all of us.

Also worked for Marvel and DC

Let us tell you that Tim Sell was not only known for his work on Batman. Rather, his art brought life to the stories of both DC and Marvel Comics. He also worked on comics such as Marvel’s color series Daredevil: Yellow, Hulk: Gray and Captain America: White. All these have also been written by Jeph Loeb. Let us tell you that Tim Sell’s Twitter account will start posting community messages in honor of his life and work from tomorrow.

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