"Hork" may be my new favorite word. This is awesome.
nice laser eyes
total improvement. awesome job. easy to tell someone is wrong with batman without the stupid text.
Holy crap! This is brilliant Matthew!
Matthew always seems to bring an appropriately disturbing twist on these classic covers. Sweet.
So many good things in this one. Sweet.
anthony vukojevich says:As always....great!
Hilarious and beautifully drawn!
Hork works... but supermans thought bubble wins.
Dang dude. Nice Batman arms.
I've been laughing about this all day. This is perfect.
Fantastic! "Oh Jesus - what now?". That's hilarious!
Superman's response sufficiently sums up everything that was going on in the wild and wacky DC Silver Age. Bravo!
Please tell me you have a print comic coming out sometime soon, Matthew.
These are brilliant, and if you haven't been to his web site, it's equally great too. The way he draws hands is worth the visit alone.p.s. The awesome thing about World's Finest Comics is that it started in 1942, and had seperate Batman and Superman stories, but they never actually teamed up until 1954. Batman actually meets "Superman's creator Jerry Seigel" in an early Batman. (implying Superman is fictional in the Bat-Universe)
I love this site, and this cover is one of the best yet! Not only well re-imagined, but the craftsmanship is excellent!
Matthew Allison has become my new favorite artist, and I want to have his babies!
@Matthew - That's one very fine cover re-creation. Good job!@Ralph - Superman's thought ballon also sums up everything going on in DC's current incarnation as well. Some of the storylines...man, oh, man. Did you read Arsenal #3? Or the Cry for Justice series? Jesus, what's next?
I keep returning to this and laughing. Your drawing is superb.
I couldn't find Matthew Allison's website - it's just a link to some blog with only a blurb about him.
If you click on the tag for Matthew at the bottom of the entry, it will take you to other covers that he is done. If you then click onto his website from those, it will take you to his blog. I don't know if this one is different because Matthew wanted me to change it or if I did it on my own (that would seem strange, but weirder things have happened). Matthew, if you are reading this, which would you prefer?
Matt's official personal blog is here http://loafdish.blogspot.com/He has a gallery with a slightly different selection of work on that website, here http://invademyprivacy.com/blog/guest-artists/matthew-allison/