Earlier this year at Heroes Con Charlotte, I was able to meet the soft-spoken and completely neat artist of the vast majority of B.P.R.D. comics, Guy Davis. And, I might add, his charming wife Rosemary (whom I'll post a little bit about later).
Anyway, my friend, Jeff, and I were there after having just met Mike Mignola and we notice Guy Davis is right there beside where Mike was set up. An obvious pairing, no doubt. But he was doing little free sketches for the masses and we went up a begging. Jeff got the best pulp hero created after 1990--Lobster Johnson. And I wanted to get something different from Thor (who I always ask for) so I said, draw what thou wilt! And this is what he drew:
I call him the Goombah of Doom because I can't say for sure if he's a character from ZOMBIES THAT ATE THE WORLD, which I have yet to get around to reading. I can swear that my great grandfather was pictured in a suit and hat just like this one! Scary, ain't it?