Johnny/Joe in Oz
(Bonus Points if you can find Arseface)
First-class action adventure from veteran Judge Dredd artist,Cliff Robinson,drawn for ace blog Someone Old,Someone New run by Mangamax,where artists are invited to draw a classic British comic character now out of print,meeting a current one in publication.
This second Robinson work is from Judge Dredd Megazine4.06(2Apr’02,also on Someone Old,Someone New)and shows Dredd up against vintage 2000AD villains,commemorating the weekly’s Silver Anniversary.
The infamous Pete Wells Block rears its ugly head again (check recent progs for an example), this time thanks to a commission from Leigh Gallagher.
Here are some commissions done for various lucky peeps over the years! The plethora of Rogue Troopers belong to a guy called Mike Holman who I believe picked it up at a convention.The excellent 2000ad/British comics mash-up and the awesome Judge Death are owned by Pete Wells and were taken from 2000ad Online where the fantastically festive X-mas card originated for Crimbo last year:”Ho-drokkin’-ho perps!” I really love this Judge Death”Trophy Wall”it belongs to gallery owner Chris Caira and it is well worth a visit to comic-art fans site where he has a whole series of”Trophy Walls”done by various great artists on a whole host of(mainly)villainous comic characters.Cool stuff(wish I could afford some!)
Check out Chris Westons blog for more commissions.
Mick McMahon is taking commissions, form an orderly queue:
I’ve finally started drawing the Kestrels book. Because we have no publisher as yet, I’m hoping to keep up some sort of income stream by drawing the odd commission here and there. Here’s the pencils for the first one.
Well we recently looked at Kevin Levell’s 2000AD Lego commission, so why don’t we mix it with the larger current theme - the Dark Judges.
Greg Staples’ commissioned “Dark Judges”.(owned by Mark Willis)