Thursday, 11 November 2010

SUPERMAN VERSUS MIGHTY MOTH...


Pencilled, inked & lettered by KID ROBSON

Here's another unseen page from the archives.  This one's
25 years old and is scanned from a photocopy rather than the
original art.  (Most of the stuff in my files comes from photocopies,
the originals having been given away or misplaced over the years.)
Consequently, it's not as sharp or as detailed as it otherwise would
be.  This was intended for a fanzine produced by the now defunct
comics shop A.K.A. (Also Known As), run by JOHN McSHANE,
the late PETE ROOT and BOB NAPIER, three luminaries in
the Glasgow comics scene.  (I think little STEVIE MONT-
GOMERY also became involved at a later date.)

The cover was produced in a hurry between lettering assign-
ments for 2000 A.D. and other IPC publications, so it's not as
'finished' as I would've liked.  (The floor and cape are desperately
in need of some shadows.)  The issue this cover was intended for
was never published due to a lack of material, so it's languished in
my files until now.  First person to say it should've stayed there
   gets a cheap laugh, but loses their BLUE PETER badge.  

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

No shadowing needed that's perfect as is you're an good allrounder kid

Kid said...

Thank you, Mr Anon. (Nobody's going to believe that I didn't type your comment myself. Ah, such is life.)