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Alan Davis Original Painted Artwork Of The Fury From Captain Britain
But this poster of The Fury by Alan Davis from the Captain Britain strip in the Marvel UK anthology comic Daredevils had a couple of other things to recommend it The creature created by Sir James Jaspers to kill all superpowered characters (apart from himself) ripped its way through universe after universe These days in[...]
Excalibur #22 Spoilers
Otherworld, Saturnyne, Mad Jim Jaspers, Jamie Braddock, and more have been grabbed from Dave Thorpe, Alan Moore, Chris Claremont, and Alan Davis' past works and have been put to use Well, today's Excalibur #22 doubles down We'll have the Warpies next. While the main team deals with Sheriff Brightspoke in Otherworld, Pete Wisdom deals with the[...]
Original Artwork Auction
And there are some real bargains to be had – from early Kingsman art from Dave Gibbons, to Alan Davis' Excalibur, Simone Bianchi's Thor, Jaime Hernandez's Whoa Nellie, to when Kevin Smith wrote Batman drawn by Walt Flanagan, though in the two remaining days they may go a lot higher Still, you have to be[...]
J Scott Campbell's Rogue/Psyclock Tops $15K For Hero Charity Auction
Scott Campbell/David Nakayama art featuring Rogue and Psylocke of the X-Men has just hit $15,100 after 42 bids. Hero Initiative Charity Auction While the Matt Wagner/Tim Sale Spider-Man/Green Goblin jam original art is doing pretty well at $3,839.89 after 39 bids. Hero Initiative Charity Auction There's a lot of love for the Mike McKone/Tom Raney Green Lantern/Sinestro watercolour pieces[...]
Jim Jaspers And The Fury In Today's X Of Swords: Stasis
The Crooked Market has, reigning, Sir James Jaspers, Mad Jim Jaspers. Mad Jim Jaspers And The Fury Appear In Today's X Of Swords: Stasis The first Alan Davis/Dave Thorpe Jim Jaspers stories began using Alice In Wonderland imagery, and you can see a giant teapot behind his throne, resembling a clerk's writing desk Is a raven like[...]
Auto Draft
Credit: Image Comics Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler: Hickman and Alan Davis combine for a spooky one-shot, which answers the question of what happens to the Xavier School when all of the X-Men are on Krakoa? The Giant-Size line is my introduction into Hickman's X-Men, and thus far, these one-shots are an excellent way to dip my toe into[...]
Marvel 616 Is Named After A Town In Siberia
Even though he never actually put it into print… Once upon a time, in 1981, Dave Thorpe was writing original Captain Britain comic strips for Marvel UK's monthly Marvel Superheroes title, drawn by artists Alan Davis and Paul Neary A world away from previous Captain Britain stories, these were surreal, satirical, allegorical and political tales, which[...]
Nightcrawler Gets a Giant-Size X-Men Issue from Jonathan Hickman and Alan Davis
In April, Marvel will publish Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler by Jonathan Hickman and Alan Davis, as revealed on the publisher's Pull List podcast The issue will feature Nightcrawler investigating a disturbance at the Graymalkin Habitat of Krakoa, which is located at the original site of Charles Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters The cover gives us some[...]
Tarot #1 [Preview]
Tarot #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics next year, bringing together the Avengers and the Defenders by Alan Davis and Paul Renaud, and we've got a preview below.   As we go back to World War II, the original super-mega-crossover event sequel, as Captain America, Namor, and the Human Torch face off against a crazed Nazi[...]
Tarot
We took an extensive look at Tarot #1, the Defenders and Avengers series from Alan Davis and Paul Renaud, launching from Marvel Comics on January 1st 2020, which shows a knockdown fight between the Scarlet Witch and the Vision Well, we now have a look ahead at issue 3, out in February, and the madness[...]
Savage Sword of Conan #11 [Preview]
Savage Sword of Conan #11 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by the legendary Roy Thomas and equally legendary Alan Davis, along with potentially one-day legendary Cam Smith, Chris Sotomayor, and Travis Lanham We've got a preview below which finally answers the question: I am Groot?! In this story, Conan has gound himself a[...]
When Alan Davis Draws You as a Scoundrel Rat For Savage Sword Of Conan #10
As first revealed by Bleeding Cool, Roy Thomas returned to Marvel Comics to tell a two-part Conan comic book story with Alan Davis and Cam Smith, starting in Savage Sword Of Conan #10, published yesterday. It also features the first appearance of Simino, a new character based upon Roy Thomas' manager and friend of Bleeding Cool,[...]
Marvel Comics
I've always enjoyed Alan Davis' writing Whether on Excalibur, Wolverine or ClanDestine, he's shown real writing chops, albeit ones that rarely get exercised, outside of the storytelling skills of his exceptional artwork Well, in January, along with a bunch of new launch titles, he will have a chance to show off. Because today, Marvel released its[...]