My Favorite Comic Book Artist

Artist/Writer of Workforce Comics Mykel Archie
Artist/Writer of Workforce Comics Mykel Archie

“It’s hard to describe the slow brilliance of Mykel Archie’s WorkForce Comics. But I’ll try.  One just needs immersion.  He displays versatility, provides hilarity and plenty of– did he just say that? Aw yeah, he did– moments, all with a deft touch and sly sense of humor that doesn’t dull the sharpness of his skewer stuck deep into popular culture.  His art is like jazz comping– complimentary to his words of sharp social commentary, never being heavy handed, just on point.  So if you haven’t had the privilege to check out Archie’s work yet, then to paraphrase WorkForce, “Well dammit, Look it up in your $600.00 phone.”  — David R. Legry (Music Writer/Producer) and artist K. J. Legry’s brother.

“Mykel Archie’s WorkForce Comics are the challenge to the status quo I was looking for and the first comic book I wanted to read cover to cover every time.  His uninhibited political humor and clean style of illustration captivated me instantly.  He will never be mainstream, but his books should be required reading for everybody looking for some truth.” — K. J. Legry (artist)

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For Online viewing, purchase, and/or to show the artist of WorkForce Comics some LOVE visit:  Mr. Perfect

Some Super Duper WorkForce fans at the comic book convention in GA (holding vol. one)

Check out Michael Archie being featured in The Champion News Paper (make sure to scroll down to the second picture!): http://thechampionnewspaper.com/news/local/third-annual-atlanta-science-fiction-and-fantasy-expo-brings-together-artists-fandom-gamers/

Don't wanna buy online? No worries... Portland locals can purchase WorkForce Comics at Music Millennium on Burnside.
Don’t wanna buy online? No worries… Portland locals can purchase WorkForce Comics at Music Millennium on Burnside.