More pin-ups from Excalibur: this is Nightcrawler, drawn by Alan Davis. This is quintessential Nightcrawler and Alan: a happy superhero drawn in fluid, dynamic athleticism [via the Marvel comics of the 1980s blog].

More pin-ups from Excalibur: this is Nightcrawler, drawn by Alan Davis. This is quintessential Nightcrawler and Alan: a happy superhero drawn in fluid, dynamic athleticism [via the Marvel comics of the 1980s blog].

I’ve already posted the pencil and ink version of this, but the coloured cover for Captain Britain Vol. 5: Endgame (collecting the Alan Moore-written issues), drawn by Alan Davis, warrants it.

I’ve already posted the pencil and ink version of this, but the coloured cover for Captain Britain Vol. 5: Endgame (collecting the Alan Moore-written issues), drawn by Alan Davis, warrants it.

This is Everyone Hates The Good Girl, drawn by Alan Davis, which was a lithograph exclusive for this year’s Wizard World con.

This is Everyone Hates The Good Girl, drawn by Alan Davis, which was a lithograph exclusive for this year’s Wizard World con.

This is the cover for Excalibur #52, drawn by Alan Davis. An even more cheeky cover from Alan, for another issue he didn’t do pencils (interiors were drawn by Will Simpson).

This is the cover for Excalibur #52, drawn by Alan Davis. An even more cheeky cover from Alan, for another issue he didn’t do pencils (interiors were drawn by Will Simpson).

This is a sketch of the cast of the original Star Trek, drawn by Alan Davis. I would pay good money to see Alan Davis draw a Star Trek comic …

This is a sketch of the cast of the original Star Trek, drawn by Alan Davis. I would pay good money to see Alan Davis draw a Star Trek comic …

This is a cover for Miracleman #7, drawn by Alan Davis. I say ‘a cover’ because, allegedly, he’s also drawing a variant cover as well, but I can’t find it yet.

This is a cover for Miracleman #7, drawn by Alan Davis. I say ‘a cover’ because, allegedly, he’s also drawing a variant cover as well, but I can’t find it yet.

This is the cover for Legion of Super-Heroes #88, drawn by Alan Davis. This is the funniest of all the covers in the LSH run, so I was glad to find this larger version of the inked pencils for optimum clarity.

This is the cover for Legion of Super-Heroes #88, drawn by Alan Davis. This is the funniest of all the covers in the LSH run, so I was glad to find this larger version of the inked pencils for optimum clarity.

This is the cover for Excalibur #3, drawn by Alan Davis. The footprint on the chest, the expression on Captain Britain’s face, the way that Juggernaut isn’t paying the slightest bit of attention: priceless.

This is the cover for Excalibur #3, drawn by Alan Davis. The footprint on the chest, the expression on Captain Britain’s face, the way that Juggernaut isn’t paying the slightest bit of attention: priceless.

This is a sketch of William Hartnell Doctor Who and Captain Britain, drawn by Alan Davis.

This is a sketch of William Hartnell Doctor Who and Captain Britain, drawn by Alan Davis.

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