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* Science writer Lee Allred is his older brother.
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Revision as of 19:57, 5 April 2014
- 1 Personal History
- 2 Professional History
- 3 Biography
- 4 Bibliography
- 5 Other work
- 6 Guest appearances
- 7 Notes
- 8 References
- 9 External links
- 10 Notes
- 11 Trivia
- 12 See Also
- 13 Work History
- 14 Official Website
- 15 Links and References
Personal History of Mike Allred is unknown.
Michael Dalton "Mike" Allred is an American comic book artist and writer most famous for his indie comics creation, Madman. His style is often compared to pop art, as well as commercial and comic art of the 1950s and 1960s.
Allred began his career as a TV reporter in Europe, and started drawing comics in 1989 with the 104-page graphic novel Dead Air (Slave Labor Graphics). Following this up with his similarly titled works Graphique Musique (SLG, 1990) and Grafik Muzik (Caliber Comics 1990/91), he set out the style that he was to become known for with his most famous character: Madman.
The first Madman miniseries debuted from Tundra Publishing in March 1992, and gained higher recognition with its move to Dark Horse Comics in April 1994. Relaunched as Madman Comics, it went on to be nominated for several Harvey Awards. Allred himself gained further mainstream attention with the science-fiction/rock-and-roll comic Red Rocket 7 and his art for writer Peter Milligan's series X-Force, which he began drawing in July 2001, and subsequently became X-Statix after X-Force #128.
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- Dead Air (graphic novel, 1989).
- Graphique Musique (#1-3, comic-book, Slave Labor Graphics, 1989–1990).
- Creatures Of The Id (one shot, Caliber Press, October 1990).
- Grafik Muzik (#1-4, comic-book, Caliber Press, 1990–1991).
- Madman (#1-3, Tundra Publishing, 1992).
- Madman Adventures (#1-3, Tundra Publishing, 1992–1993).
- The Geek (Vertigo Comics, 1993)
- Sandman issue 54 (Vertigo Comics, 1993)
- Madman Comics (#1-20, Dark Horse Comics, 1994–1995).
- The Atomics
- Red Rocket 7
- X-Force (from issue 116 to issue 128, Marvel Comics) with writer Peter Milligan.
- X-Statix with writer Peter Milligan and special guest artist Paul Pope for issue 5
- Wednesday Comics #1-12 (2009) - Metamorpho (art), with story written by Neil Gaiman.
- Madman Atomic Comics #1-17 (2007–2009)
- Fables issue #76 (2008), "Around the Town", written by Bill Willingham.
- iZombie #1-28 (2010-2012)
- Daredevil (Vol.3) #17 (2012)
- Wolverine and the X-Men #17 (2012)
- FF (vol.2) #1(2012)
- silver surfer (2014)
- all new doop (2014)
- Cheval Noir #39 (Dark Horse, 1993)
- The Comics Journal #164 (Fantagraphics Books, 1993)
- Hero Illustrated Special Edition #2 (Warrior Publications, 1994)
- Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures #1 (Dark Horse, 1994)
- Dark Horse Presents #100-0, 100-5 (Dark Horse, 1995)
- Heartbreakers #3 (Dark Horse, 1996)
- Jay & Silent Bob #2 (Oni Press, 1998)
- Vertigo: Winter's Edge #2 (Vertigo, 1999)
- Empty Love Stories #2 (Funny Valentine, 1999)
- Oni Press Summer Vacation Supercolor Fun Special #1 (Oni Press, 2000)
- Comicology #2 (TwoMorrows, 2000)
- Oni Press Color Special #1-2 (Oni Press, 2001–2002)
- Madman Picture Exhibition #4 (AAA Pop Comics, 2002)
- X-Statix #20 (Marvel, 2004)
- Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Marvel, 2005)
- Marvel Knights 4 #23-24 (Marvel, 2005–2006)
- X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl #1-5 (Marvel, 2006)
- Kabuki #9 (Icon, 2007)
- Spider-Man Fairy Tales #4 (Marvel, 2007)
- Popgun Volume 1 gn (Image, 2007)
- The Perhapanauts Annual #1 (Image, 2008)
- Jersey Gods #1, 4, 6-10, 12 (Image, 2009–2010)
- Rapture #3 (Dark Horse, 2009)
- Fractured Fables gn (Silverline, 2010)
- Captain Action Season 2 #1 (Moonstone, 2010)
- Teen Titans #86 (DC Comics, 2010)
- glamourpuss #19 (Aardvark-Vanaheim, 2011)
- iZombie #12, 18, 21, 24 (Vertigo, 2011–2012)
- The Next Issue Project #3 (Image, 2011)
- Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes #5 (IDW Publishing, 2012)
- It Girl! and the Atomics #1-ongoing (Image, 2012–...)
- Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #3 (DC Comics, 2012)
- Happy! #1 (Image, 2012)
- Mars Attacks The Real Ghostbusters #1 (IDW Publishing, 2012)
- Mallrats (1995) (title logo)
- Chasing Amy (1997) (Bluntman and Chronic artwork)
- The Faculty (1998) (logo for The Hornets football team)
- Ingredients the Band - Bears Driving Trains (2006) (album cover)
- Skyscape - Zetacarnosa (2009) (album cover)
- Astroesque (1996)
- G-Men from Hell (2000)
- The Gear - Son of Red Rocket Seven (1998)
- The Gear - Left Of Center Of The Universe (2009)
- Allred appeared as himself in the movie Chasing Amy as part of the opening scene at a comic book convention, signing copies of his comic Madman. He also provides the artwork for the fictional comic book Bluntman and Chronic.
- Lambiek Comiclopedia: Mike Allred. Accessed March 19, 2008
- TaptheTalent.com - Mike Allred Interview
- ODEGARD, KYLE (34 November 2004). "The Passion of the artist". Corvallis Gazette-Times. http://www.gazettetimes.com/entertainment/the-passion-of-the-artist/article_231f3563-a68a-56a9-96b2-dfafa7b9924a.html. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- Brian K. Vaughan (w), Fiona Staples (a). "Chapter Four" Saga 4: 28 (June 2012), Image Comics
- Official website
- Official Mike Allred Message Board
- Mike Allred's work on marvel.com
- Mike Allred Image Gallery at Comic Art Community
- Mike Allred interview podcast at ComiXology (11/2007)
- Interview with Mike Allred (from Dark Horse Comics site)
- interview at CBR for new Giant Sized Special From Comic Book Rescources March 2011
- Science fiction writer Lee Allred is his older brother.
- No trivia.
Links and References