There appears to be a great deal of controversy over David Mack's apparent "swiping" of much of the art in his most recent Avengers (#39) including some of Alan's work, from "Wolverine:Bloodlust"
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The original defence offered by Mack was that it was a deliberate attempt to show some characters would, as they turn out to be Skrull's mimicking the characters, only being able to copy, not innovate what the original had done, and so would be drawn in positions which other artists had previously drawn them in.
Doing this without consulting the originating artists seems to be a mite... inconsiderate to say the least (And Allison Sohn, Adam Hughes partner/manager has said that they were not consulted), and Mack has now said that the "Skrull copy" idea was an idea better left in his head, but how it was ever supposed to relate to the fact that poses were taken from comics not even produced by Marvel (There are several swipes of Wildstorms Gen13) is perhaps more open to question. (As is, as someone pointed out, the fact that several buildings must ALSO be Skrulls for this to be the case)
I don't know whether Alan was consulted on the use of his character art, and wouldn't dream of speculating on his reaction to it, but if anyone is interested, there are a couple of long, long, frequently intemperate threads on the topic
http://forums.comicbookresources.com/sh ... p?t=211244
I would be interested in hearing Alan's reaction, if he felt it appropriate to do so on this forum, of course.