Mike Machlan Obituary, Death – An accomplished comics illustrator named Mike Machlan passed away unexpectedly on April 1 as a result of complications coming from a stroke he suffered on March 30. His passing was caused by complications. The first of April was the day he passed away. Machlan has a prosperous career as an inker, contributing to a wide variety of publications for both Marvel and DC. Some of the titles to which he contributed are “West Coast Avengers” and
“The Amazing Spider-Man,” as well as “All-Star Squadron,” “Who’s Who in the DC Universe,” “Justice League of America,” and “Wonder Woman.” The work of Machlan has been distributed to readers in the form of comic books, graphic novels, and graphic novellas. In addition, Machlan was a contributor, along with Jerry Ordway and Dan Thomas, to the creation of the television show “Infinity, Inc.” Examples of his work can be found in the publications that were just cited.
Machlan’s important contributions to the company will always be remembered and valued by his contemporaries in the industry as well as fans of the subgenre, and they will continue to do so for the rest of their lives. Fans of the subgenre will also continue to remember and cherish Machlan’s accomplishments. R.I.P 🕊️📚🙏🏽 🖼️: During the month of October in 1984, the seventh issue of Infinity Inc. was published, and the artist known as Mike Machlan contributed a pin-up illustration to accompany the magazine. Batman and Robin, together with Helena Wayne’s Huntress, were included in the artwork. Also included was the Joker.