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Matt Feazell

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Matt Feazell (b. 1955) is an American cartoonist from Hamtramck, Michigan, primarily working in minicomics. He is best known for his wryly humorous The Amazing Cynicalman series and the simple “stick figure” art style he uses for it. Cynicalman appears in the introduction to Scott McCloud's book Understanding Comics, in which Feazell's work is cited as an example of “iconic” art taken to its greatest degree.

Feazell's comics influences included Jack Kirby, Hank Ketcham, and Will Eisner. In high school he experimented with stick-figure comics, but also developed a more traditional comics style.

He received his B.S. in Community/Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University.

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