Known best for his intense and serendipitous pairing with Frank Miller, Klaus Janson has been doing outstanding work for Marvel, DC and others since the mid seventies. With a bold, heavy, thick brushstroke, Janson followed Tom Palmer's lead away from the Sinnott / Anderson style back to a darker image reminiscent of the greats of the past: Mort Meskin, George Roussos and early Kubert. In recent years he has proved himself a fine penciler as well, creating projects primarily for DC. Janson's world is invariably dark, shadowy, and fat with the same kind of visual energy which typifies noir thrillers like The Killers or Touch of Evil.
SEE: Janson's run with Frank Miller on Daredevil (issues 158-190), and The Dark Knight Returns; What If? (1st series) #3 over Gil Kane's pencils is terrific, as are his other collaborations with Gil on John Carter and many covers.
An outstanding example of the Miller / Janson pairing from Daredevil #164.
Note the attention to detail in the lighting of Urich's spiral notepad in
Panels 3 -6. Eleven panels on this page and no confusion.