Comic Book Cats, number 127: The Nevermen: Streets of Blood #1, drawn by Guy Davis, written by Phil Amara, lettered by Steve Dutro, and colored by Dan Jackson, published by Dark Horse in January 2003.
Here we have the heartwarming sight of a violent cyborg vigilante and his pet cat. What else can be said?
The Nevermen and its sequel Streets of Blood were an excellent showcase for the artwork of Guy Davis. The series definitely played to his pulpy, noir, macabre, steampunk sensibilities. Davis definitely put in a tremendous amount of detail into his art, giving the story a genuinely tangible atmosphere.
Davis worked in comic books from 1985 to 2010, drawing a number of interesting series, among them Baker Street, Sandman Mystery Theatre, and B.P.R.D. Since 2010 he has worked as a character & concept artist on various movies, TV series, animated shows, and video games.
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Comic Book Cats, number 127: The Nevermen: Streets of Blood #1, drawn by Guy Davis, written by Phil Amara, lettered by Steve Dutro, and colored by Dan Jackson, published by Dark Horse in January 2003. Here we have the heartwarming sight of a violent cyborg vigilante and his pet cat....