alan davis Archives

The Uncanny X-Men #100 Project Launches From The Hero Initiative
It's a chance for all of us to give back something to the people who have given us so much enjoyment. The Hero Initiative is a great cause and helps fans and pros give back to those that have given us so much over the years. Here are some of the covers done: Daniel Acuna Alan Davis David Mack John McCrea Todd[...]
The Marvelman Story Never Reprinted Until Today
With art by Paul Neary, Alan Davis (his first work on the character) and Steve Dillon, we see a glimpse of what was planned. It's not presented in the order it was originally published, the interlude comes at the end of all the regular Marvelman chapters here rather than in the middle – which gives us[...]
Alan Davis' Cover To First Miracleman Collection From Marvel Goes Live
Alan Davis' art there, just uploaded to Amazon for the collection of Miracleman Book 1: A Dream of Flying, out later in 2014. I do like that Amazon listing How it states the comic is written by The Original Writer But at the bottom, for About The Author, it forgets and names him… Alan Davis' art[...]
Your First Look At The Remastered Miracleman #1
    Marvel Comics are publishing a remastered version of Miracleman from January, by Alan Moore The Original Writer, Mick Anglo, Garry Leach, Alan Davis, Chuck Austen, Rick Veitch, Rick Totleben, Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham We might have mentioned it once or twice. Eventually. Here's a look at the new work, Garry Leach's art, recoloured[...]
BC Mag #2: Comic Book Feuds
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Johnston People understand Hollywood feuds exist, but find it strange similar behaviour might be exhibited in a
Paul Cornell And Alan Davis Bring Us Something Potentially Wolverine Related
We told you a while ago that Paul Cornell was wrapping up his DC Universe titles to work for Marvel. And now iFanboy seem to have made it official, teamed up with Alan Davis. Interestingly, both are British, both have Captain Britain and Excalibur credentials… could this be a bit of a swerve? Also, we already have[...]
Two Missing Pages From Alan Davis' Legends Of The Dark Knight
The recent Legends Of The Dark Knight: Alan Davis hardcover from DC Comics was printed with two story pages missing. Oops. DC will reprint and replace copies that are receievd by them in full by the 9th of November, so you might want to get in touch  with wherever you bought your copy in order ro arrange[...]
A Very N.I.C.E. Convention
Certainly I've never been to a con where the dealers' room was stuck into a marquee, in the middle of a park, on a beautiful day with a funfair next door! The opening panel shone a spotlight on Alan Davis, who gave a real masterclass in comic book storytelling, showing a number of his own pages[...]
Is Marvelman Closer Than We Think?
CORPORATION DELAWARE 1600 Rosecrans Avenue Manhattan Beach CALIFORNIA 90266 Attorney of Record Eli Bard Type of Mark TRADEMARK Register PRINCIPAL Live/Dead Indicator LIVE Marvel Comics paid the late Mick Anglo a million dollars for his rights to Marvelman, but Todd McFarlane's trademark ownership of Miracleman had been a bit of a sticking point. No longer it seems. Could this be leading to a final, long awaited,[...]
Monday Runaround – A Cover By Glenn Fabry Will Always Do The Trick
Radlands is the world Emmerson was born into, and he is its mouthpiece." ClanWatch: CBR shows off the ClanDestine on Alan Davis' Daredevil and Wolverine Annual covers.   AvengersStillWatch: Everyone loves the Avengers Still. JolyWatch: Sam Humphries hits the Caribbean. He stressed that even if a writer felt like they were writing in the Caribbean for[...]
Alan Davis' ClanDestine Set To Appear In Wolverine Annual
We've seen the solicitation of Alan Davis' Fantastic Four Annual featuring his super-fiction team, the Clan Destine We know, thanks to July's solicitations, that this will be followed by a Daredevil Annual also featuring the team. Bleeding Cool has now learned that the third part will be in this year's Wolverine Annual in October. Davis has had a heady[...]
Alan Davis Brings Back ClanDestine In July
Alan Davis always seems to have the concept of family at the heart of the stories he writes If a character hasn't got a family, he finds one for them From JLA to Captain Britain to Excalibur to X-Men, it's been a common theme. But never more so than in ClanDestine, an actual family of superpowered[...]