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Legendary comedian Tim Sale died At 66.

His officer Twitter account shared this news He died on Thursday.

“I must announce with great sadness that Tim Saleh is dead today,” the statement began. “He passed away with the love of his life next to him and loves all of you so much. Please share the photos and articles below this post, we hope to share them with the community.”

Leading comedian Tim Saleh (66) has died.

Leading comedian Tim Saleh (66) has died.
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DC Comics Went on Twitter to remember the legendary artist.

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Its tribute post began, “Tim Saleh is an amazing artist, his iconic characters have real human depth and his groundbreaking page designs have changed the way an entire generation thinks about comic book story telling.”

“Our sympathy goes to Tim’s family and friends. He is seriously missed.”

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Sale is best known for his work on iconic American superheroes such as Batman, the Hulk, and Spider-Man. Superman And much more.

Jim Lee, Creative Officer, DC Comics, shared Monday that Sale was admitted to hospital.

“I’m sorry to share the very sad news that legendary artist Tim Saleh has been hospitalized with serious health issues,” Lee said. Wrote on Twitter. “Tim, I’m praying for you, buddy. Be firm and know that your fans around the world love and cherish you & your amazing talent.”

Graphic novelist Tim Saleh attended the NBC Universal Celebration for the DVD release of "Heroes: Season 1" on August 28, 2007 at the NBC Experience Store in New York City.

Graphic novelist Tim Saleh attended the NBC Universal Celebration for the DVD release of “Heroes: Season 1” on August 28, 2007 at the NBC Experience Store in New York City.
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The cause of death was not immediately clear.

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The comedian has a long career in the industry. He drew the series “Batman: The Long Halloween” And frequently collaborated with author Jeff Loeb. His work in “Legends of the Dark Knight” and “Dark Victory” was acclaimed in the comic world.

In the Marvel universe, he helped create the early stages of some of the world’s favorite superhero color themes. This collaborative work was also done with the lobe.

The duo worked together on the NBC hit show “Heroes” released in 2006 and starred Hayden Panettier, Ventimiglia in youMasi Oka and more.