By all accounts a surprisingly fast artist considering the amount of detail he put onto his work, the late Alfredo Alcala–known mainly for his comic book inking in the US– is celebrated with a lovely portfolio over at Grantbridge Street.
Another artist imported into the US in the seventies was Alex Nino, a man whose highly stylized art threw casual readers for a loop in mainstream comics but who shines here in a black and white tale called Teleport 2010 from a 1979 issue of Warren’s magazine, 1984.
Over at Easily Mused, it’s NSFW Week and today’s offering is an early NSFW strip by Peter Bagge, the uniquely talented artist/writer perhaps still best known for his Neat Stuff and Hate titles.
Finally today, the site Molossus has an impressive and opinionated interview with Tom Neely, the cartoonist poet responsible for such works as Brilliantly Ham-Fisted and The Blot. It can be found here:
If you aren’t familiar with the artistic stylings of Mister Neely, you can find his personal bloghere: