Golden Age Legend Allen Bellman is best known for his work with Timely / Marvel in the 1940s-1950s on titles and characters such as Captain America, The Patriot, The Destroyer, The Human Torch, Jap Buster Johnson, Jet Dixon of the Space Squadron, All Winners Comics, Marvel Mystery Comics, Sub Mariner Comics, Young Allies, Vampire Brats, Suspense and so much more. He created the back-up crime feature Let’s Play Detective and also contributed to pre-Code horror, crime, war and western tales for Atlas. In the 50s Allen also did work for Lev Gleason.
Mr. Bellman started working for Timely (Marvel) Comics in 1942 and was a mainstay during the Golden Age of comics until 1954. He started his career doing backgrounds for Captain America before joining the Timely staff as a full time artist. Mr. Bellman is full of amazing stories from the Golden Age, which he loves to speak with fans about. He is one of the few remaining pioneers of the comic book industry and to hear him speak about Timely in the 1940’s, working with the likes of Stan Lee, Syd Shores, Mike Sekowsky and the rest of the bullpen is a rare treat. Not only does Mr. Bellman love to speak about his work, he continues to draw to this day. He recently created a new Let’s Play Detective strip for 3 Boys Productions, and program guide covers for several conventions across the country, including covers for Florida Supercon.
Allen Bellman will be appearing Friday, Saturday and Sunday. He will be located at Booth #TBA
$20 for your own item and FREE if you buy a print at the table.
Allen is currently accepting pre-show sketch commissions for pick up at the show! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to make arrangements.
Allen Bellman’s schedule will be posted here approximately two weeks before the event.