Kevin O’ Neil was the English comic book artist who is notable as the co-maker of comic books like Foe the Warlock, Marshal Regulation (with author Pat Plants), and The Class of Unprecedented Refined men (with the incredible Alan Moore).
Kevin O’ Neil Inheritance He started his expert life working at the English youngster’s humor comics early on of 16, Kevin was one of the key figures who is associated with the early long periods of 2000AD, while working in both craftsmanship and publication jobs.
His work at the ABC Heroes and Enemy the Warlock slung him to the more elite classes of 2000AD craftsmen, with a quirky, remarkable style help to presenting youthful English personalities in the most ideal manner.
After a short work with US hero comics as a piece of the English intrusion that saw him notoriously boycotted essentially for his imaginative way, Kevin has co-made Marshal Regulation with Pat Plants.
Kevin would visit a print section I worked on to print new art. We started to talk comics I mentioned I loved 2000AD he laughed and introduced himself. He visited a few more times. On my birthday I took the day off. He found out and he came in with this the next day #kevinoneil pic.twitter.com/ZhPN4KVpY7
— stuart (@stu_sg) November 7, 2022
This much-cherished spearing for the hero figures of speech which has showed up in a progression of minis across the 90s, before Kevin teamed up with the incomparable Alan Moore on what might turn into the best scholarly work of his expert vocation: The Class of Remarkable Courteous fellows.
The legend Kevin was a well disposed face who turned out to be perhaps of the best comic craftsman all over the UK has made whose compelling figure is big but whose work is so remarkable and fine in his own specific manner that it is difficult to duplicate.