destroycomics

destroycomics:

If there’s any indicator for the length of Paul Pope’s friendship with the Allreds, it’s in how his style has developed over the years in his guest work he’s done on Allred’s Madman. Madman is a great book to read to understand how much style is not a concrete thing for comics; this is one of the many reasons that Mike and Laura Allred are such a charming comics duo. The last picture in the photoset is Allred covering Pope in an issue of Atomic Comics that mindwalks through the history of comic art.

If you haven’t checked out From The Gutters yet, this week’s episode interviews Mike Allred.

Two great tastes….

there is… just so much… to love….
AND Michel Fiffe gives a little “making of”!
(yes, I’m aware I missed some in the tags, but no way did I miss Hopey Glass throwing a beer)

there is… just so much… to love….

AND Michel Fiffe gives a little “making of”!

(yes, I’m aware I missed some in the tags, but no way did I miss Hopey Glass throwing a beer)

bourbonthret
bourbonthret:

Mike Allred- Cover to DHP 100. Bourbon Thret is being held up by Madman, while Hellboy, Concrete and others can be seen in the background.

If you’re thinking to yourself (logically) “The only way this could be improved is if The Big Guy and Rusty, The Mask, Monkeyman (O’Brien’s already right there) and The Rocketeer were included”, well, they’re on the back half of this wrap-around.

bourbonthret:

Mike Allred- Cover to DHP 100. Bourbon Thret is being held up by Madman, while Hellboy, Concrete and others can be seen in the background.

If you’re thinking to yourself (logically) “The only way this could be improved is if The Big Guy and Rusty, The Mask, Monkeyman (O’Brien’s already right there) and The Rocketeer were included”, well, they’re on the back half of this wrap-around.