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This is the cover for Silver Age Sci-Fi Companion, drawn by Alan Davis.

This is the cover for Silver Age Sci-Fi Companion, drawn by Alan Davis.

This is the cover to Silver Age 80-Page Giant #1, drawn by Alan Davis (although he didn’t draw any interior pages), a comic from 2000....

This is the cover to Silver Age 80-Page Giant #1, drawn by Alan Davis (although he didn’t draw any interior pages), a comic from 2000....

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).

Could Teaming With Other Small Businesses Be the Key to Success?

Could Teaming With Other Small Businesses Be the Key to Success?

A description of tropes appearing in Avengers. The Marvel Universe's all-star super-hero team, equivalent to The DCU's Justice League of America... except …

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.

<a href="/comics/issue/21141/x-men_clan_destine_1996_2" >X-Men: Clan Destine #2</a>

<a href="/comics/issue/21141/x-men_clan_destine_1996_2" >X-Men: Clan Destine #2</a>

This is the cover for Excalibur #14, drawn by Alan Davis. I really like this cover – the right-hand side was the front cover of the book, which is a classic visual of heroes facing off. But it’s the back cover where the humour appears out of nowhere,...

This is the cover for Excalibur #14, drawn by Alan Davis. I really like this cover – the right-hand side was the front cover of the book, which is a classic visual of heroes facing off. But it’s the back cover where the humour appears out of nowhere,...