It's weird how much I enjoy the Kirby 'style' in early Steranko, Barry Smith and Keith Giffen. I'm glad they moved on but their early comics have a Marvel-ous quality.
I was thinking again about Terry Austin and whom I thought he worked well with and who not so well, though never terrible. There were some '70s Captain Marvels or Guardians Of The Galaxy pencilled by Milgrom I think that worked well. Pat Broderick looked good with his inks too. was Marshall Rogers who has a somewhat stiff style was made stiffer with Austin though. I remember some Tom Sutton Logan's Run and Mike Grell GL/GA he inked not working out so well either, but this was quite early in his career. There were a few disciples of Austin around later I think, like Terry Pallot. Inkers make a good choice to emulate him as I can think of many worse; remember all that slashing crosshatching everywhere and on everything starting in the early '90s? Eep!
The company's presentation for that limited edition must have impressed the Big Two, given the format carried on for several of their collections until 1992 (Batman: Blind Justice, Fantastic Four: Monsters Unleashed).