Rob Liefeld, one of the most iconic comic artists of the 1990s, had, in his heyday, a very distinctive style. His self-consciously exaggerated work, which managed to compromise between communicating a sense of edginess and a sense of inescapable cartoon playfulness, was known for a few hallmarks. Big guns. Big scars. And pouches. Oh, yes, the pouches, holding… who knows what? Ammo? Snacks? Reams and reams of Post-It notes?