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Gallery 2
A compilation of SLUG & GINGER was published in 1989. This is a series of strips I have been drawing for a variety of bawdy periodicals since 1982, and is kind of a Punch-and-Judy-meets-Tom-and-Jerry-with-sex, to go Hollywood on you.
Click HERE for a two page comic of another character I drew for Screw, WOLFO! 

 
A book-length tragicomedy (for mature audiences) inspired by the gentrification of Times Square, HINKLEY was originally slated for publication in Steve Bissette's compilation series TABOO. It was finally released in 1996 as a one-shot by the Aeon arm of MU Press. 

 
Three strips of mine appeared in HEAVY METAL during the eighties, and there was a series of about seven ZOE strips for HIGH TIMES during the same period. The latter were unique in that they were rendered in full color in gouache and magic marker.

 
Since 1991, I have been a regular contributor to the ongoing 
Eureka Productions paperback series, GRAPHIC CLASSICS. Adapting the stories of these classic authors has made the quality of my work grow leaps and bounds, and has been instrumental in helping me find my new style. Previews from these volumes can still be seen on this site: 
 
H.G. WELLS 
1 2 3
EDGAR ALLAN POE
2/2/07: My Arthur Conan Doyle adaptation has been spotlighted...reprinted in full from the original art...at the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Blog! 
SEE THE BRUSHSTROKES NOW!
(And leave your comments!)

COPYRIGHT 2008 BY MILTON KNIGHT

Click for an INTERVIEW centering on my comics work
conducted in Spring '03.

LICENSED CHARACTERS

NINJA TURTLES
The Ninja Turtles comics were an enjoyable experience; there was absolute artistic and editorial freedom, and, flush with its success, the parent company was extremely generous with its money. The first issue was written Marvel-style by Robert Loren Fleming; the second by myself. A third (the Turtles meet the Honeymooners) was completed and paid for before the Turtle bubble burst.
There's usually some Turtles pages up for auction on Ebay HERE!


MIGHTY MOUSE
I tend to dislike illustrating another person's scripts, but unless you're one of their Megastars,that's what Marvel insists you do. Pictured below is the cover of the second Mighty Mouse story I rendered. (The first being an 8-page strip written & drawn for the short-lived publisher Spotlight in 1987.) The Marvel book is partly devoted to references to Ralph Bakshi's then-current incarnation of the character, and greatly devoted to parodying Todd McFarlane's then-current incarnation of Spiderman. So direct a parody it was that I, not being a True Believer, didn't 
understand half of what I was pencilling. (Marie Severin inked the whole series, including a three part BatBat back-up story I drew for subsequent issues.) 
To see a Mighty Mouse drawing of mine put to yet another use, click here.


 

In Memory of Cracked Magazine:

NANNY DICKERING'S PAGE!

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