Friday, May 1, 2015

Dr. Fate and Thor



Alan Davis is an artist that I have followed throughout his career.  I remember being disappointed that my all-time favorite artist Jim Aparo had left art chores on Batman and the Outsiders, and wondering who this new British replacement was.  I quickly learned to love his style as well and made a point to always check out his future endeavors.  his work on JLA: The Nail as well as its sequel and Superboy's Legion is absolutely gorgeous.  I really dug his Fantastic Four run too, I wish he had stayed with that team longer.

9 comments:

AirDave said...

You say "Alan Davis" and I hear that moment in Blazing Saddles where they say "Randolph Scott".

That's an awesome cover.

Alan Davis' work on Batman and The Outsiders and JLA: The Nail is awesome! I need to go re-read The Nail again, now!

Anonymous said...

I know you probably hear this about all your covers. But, I really wish there was a real-world comic to go with this cover! The story would probably out-do the Silver Age (Steve Ditko?) tale where Doctor Strange went up against Loki's astral body.

Anonymous said...

P.S.---How about Hulk/Spectre, next?

Anonymous said...

been following for years. this is one of my favorites ever, great work!

Ross said...

Thank you , anonymouses!

Anonymous said...

I remember Alan Davis on Excalibur, which led me to a trade paperback of Captain Britain comics that were great too.

Alaric Shapli said...

This is definitely another of your best, as well as being a team-up I never realized I really, really want to see.

Kid Charlemagne said...

Would the plural of "anonymous", used as a noun, be "anonymice"?

Also, cryogenically cool cover.

Anonymous said...

Awesome cover!

-BillW.

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