Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Marvel'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Latest News and General Chat
    • Welcome to the Showmasters forums
    • General chat
    • Games
    • Euro Forum
    • Guest Suggestions
    • The Kurtz Joiner Archive
  • UPCOMING EVENTS
    • London Comic Mart
    • London Gaming Market
    • Film & Comic Con Cardiff 2017 September
    • Film & Comic Con Exeter 2017
    • Film & Comic Con Newcastle 2017 October
    • Sherlocked 2017
    • Cheshunt Comic Con Day
    • Doncaster Comic Con Day 2018 February
    • Collectormania 25
    • London Film & Comic Con 2018
    • Film & Comic Con Glasgow 2018
    • Film & Comic Con Sheffield 2018
    • Destination Star Trek
    • Doncaster Comic Con Day 2018 November
    • Star Wars
    • Autographica
    • Other Showmasters events
  • Manga, Anime & Cosplay
    • Anime and Manga
    • Costumes and Cosplay
  • Fan Fiction
    • Fan Fiction Stories
  • TV, Movie & Book Discussion
    • UK TV Shows
    • US TV Shows
    • Movies
    • Books
    • Comic Chatter
    • Horror
    • Wrestling (WWE, etc)
  • CREW
    • Crew
  • Frequently Asked Questions
    • How to use the FAQ
    • Working for Showmasters
    • Event FAQ's
    • Forum FAQ's
  • Previous Events
    • Previous Showmasters events
    • Collector-Loco-Mania
    • Film and Comic Con Manchester
    • Destination Star Trek 3 - London
    • Bournemouth Film and Comic Con 2015
    • Play Expo Manchester
    • Play Expo Blackpool 2017
    • Collectormania 24
    • Doncaster Comic Con Day 2017
    • Play Expo
    • Film & Comic Con Belfast 2017
    • Play Expo Glasgow 2017
    • Empire Day - Star Wars convention
    • Sportsmania
    • Play Expo Glasgow 2016
    • Previous Massive Events Shows
    • Previous Autographica's
    • Previous 10th Planet Events
    • Previous Empire Day's
    • Who Wars

Calendars

  • Community Calendar

Found 10 results

  1. Latest Cosplay Guest Announcement - Lady Bane Attending Saturday & Sunday Suzie also known as Lady Bane has been cosplaying for 3 years. Who also had an illustrious career in bars and nightclubs, will soon be leaving that all behind to go back to university. Known for creating female variants of male villains she has also cosplayed Magneto, Sebastian Shaw, Loki and Prince Nuada (Hell Boy 2).
  2. FINN JONES - Daniel Rand/Iron Fist JESSICA HENWICK - Colleen Wing TOM PELPHREY - Ward Meachum Appearing all three days Finn Jones Diamond Pass - £75 Autograph, Photo Shoot, Iron Fist Talk (priority entry) & limited Print Iron Fist Talk - £15 Individual photo shoot tickets Finn Jones - £25 Jessica Henwick - £25 Tom Pelphrey - £20 Tickets now on sale! - http://bit.ly/LFCC2017-Tickets
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephanie Hans Attending: Saturday & Sunday Cover artist: Marvel A GRADUATE of France's prestigious Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg, Stephanie Hans began her professional career drawing the two volumes of Galathéa, released by EP Publishing in 2005/2006. These caught the eye of Hachette, which hired her to produce covers for some of its Young Adult novels. At that point Hans decided to concentrate on cover work and – while the French artist has illustrated the occasional story (more often than not short back-up strips) – that is where her focus has remained ever since. Over the next few years she worked for not only Hachette but also such other French YA publishers as Oskar, Rageot and Syros before being headhunted by Marvel in 2010. Han's first cover for the House of Ideas adorned Firestar #1 but since then her art has graced numerous titles, among them New Avengers, Journey into Mystery and Angela: Asgard's Assassin. She has been drawing both the lead story and the covers for 1602: Witch Hunter Angela since the ongoing series launched in 2015.
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Renee Witterstaetter Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer/editor/publisher/colourist: DC, Marvel, Topps THE FOUNDER of Little Eva Ink Publishing, Renee Witterstaetter began her foray into the world of comics in 1988, editing Action Comics, Superman and Adventures of Superman as well as such other DC titles as Doc Savage, Power of the Atom, Hawk and Dove, The Shadow and New Gods. After a year at DC she moved over tto Marvel, where she edited Guardians of the Galaxy, Sensational She-Hulk and several Marvel Graphic Novels while also colouring a wide variety of titles. In 1993 she began colouring issues for Topps line of Jack Kirby comics eventually leaving the House of Ideas to edit various Jurassic Park titles as well as The Lone Ranger and Tonto, Xena: Warrior Princess, The X-Files and various other comics for Topps. Since the millennium she has worked primarily outside comics although it is through Little Eva Ink – for which she has written Excess: The Art of Michael Golden, Tex: The Art of Mark Texeira and Nick Cardy: The Artist at War – that maintains her connections with the medium.
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Renee Witterstaetter Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/editor/publisher/colourist: DC, Marvel, Topps THE FOUNDER of Little Eva Ink Publishing, Renee Witterstaetter began her foray into the world of comics in 1988, editing Action Comics, Superman and Adventures of Superman as well as such other DC titles as Doc Savage, Power of the Atom, Hawk and Dove, The Shadow and New Gods. After a year at DC she moved over tto Marvel, where she edited Guardians of the Galaxy, Sensational She-Hulk and several Marvel Graphic Novels while also colouring a wide variety of titles. In 1993 she began colouring issues for Topps line of Jack Kirby comics eventually leaving the House of Ideas to edit various Jurassic Park titles as well as The Lone Ranger and Tonto, Xena: Warrior Princess, The X-Files and various other comics for Topps. Since the millennium she has worked primarily outside comics although it is through Little Eva Ink – for which she has written Excess: The Art of Michael Golden, Tex: The Art of Mark Texeira and Nick Cardy: The Artist at War – that maintains her connections with the medium.
  6. We are pleased to announce that our latest guest for London Film & Comic Con 2014 is the comic world legend Stan Lee, making his final European appearance! Autograph: £45 Photo Session: £35 Talk: £25 Exclusive Comic Gold Pass £195 (see shop for details) Stan will be signing autographs across the weekend, as well as participating in photo sessions, talks and an exclusive meet and greet on the Saturday evening. Tickets are available to purchase here at our online store: http://www.btowstore...gories/LFCC2014 There will also be exclusive merchandise available at our event, so keep your eyes peeled for more information! This will be Stan Lee’s final European signing appearance. In celebration of this you are all cordially invited to attend our London Film & Comic Con, where Stan Lee is looking forward to meeting all his fans! He absolutely loves meeting fans, and this event is no exception! We are very lucky to be hosting his final signing appearance, we recommend that you do not miss this amazing opportunity, we hope that you all appreciate the importance of this show to him. After decades of meeting his fans, he has finally decided that long distance travel is to be left to the likes of Iron Man, who can do it far faster and look a little more awesome when doing so! And thanks to the world being safely left in the hands of our superheroes, he can hang up his cape on the European circuit. Now a little bit about Stan himself. Stan Lee’s expansive work includes all genres from romantic to action, and comedy to funny animal, however he is best known for his creation and co-creation of some of the biggest comic characters in history, including Iron Man, the X-Men, Hulk, Captain America, Ghost Rider, Daredevil and more! Stan Lee has had a lot of involvement with the comic to screen transformation of his characters, from producing and voicing, to hosting and guest starring, he’s done it all! He has most recently been an executive producer on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, the hit TV series about Agent Coulson and his trusty team who protect our world from dangerous enemies and artefacts that we simply should not and cannot know about! Stan has also been executive producer on all of his works which have been made into feature films. This includes Iron Man, The Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, The Punisher, Elektra, Daredevil, The Avengers, Thor and many, many more! Lee’s cameo appearances include the following: X-Men (2000) – Hotdog Vendor Hulk (2003) – Security Guard Fantastic Four (2005) - Willie Lumpkin X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) – Waterhose Man Spider-Man 3 (2007) - Man in Times Square Iron Man 2 (2010) – Larry King
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - John Watson Attending: Sat/Sun DC and Marvel cover artist
  8. Showmasters is delighted to announce that Adi Granov will be joining the roster of top talent already lined up for the Comics Zone at the year’s London Film and Comic Con. ABOUT ADI GRANOV AFTER drawing DreamWave’s 2003 three-parter Necrowar and a 14-pager for Metal Hurlant #10 for Humanoids, Adi Granov was scooped up by Marvel, which he has worked ever since. His initial output for the House of Ideas was providing covers to Iron Man, She-Hulk, Inhumans and Thor: Son of Asgard. He has since gone on to produce covers for numerous other titles, among them Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, and X-Men. He illustrated the 2005 relaunch of Iron Man, which led to him providing concept art for the Iron Man movies as well as for Avengers Assemble.
  9. We are pleased to announce our latest comic guest for LFCC LEE TOWNSEND Lee is currently inking for DC Comics, Marvel, 2000ad, and drawing storyboards for a upcoming live action Sci-Fi film. He started in the comic industry in 1992 working for Marvel UK, after this he spent several years working in the animation industry for Disney and Dreamworks. He then returned to comics which was always his first love, working for Marvel (Spectacular Spiderman, X-men, Hulk and Avengers) and 2000ad (Judge Dredd and Sinister Dexter), DC and Image Comics. Attending Fri/Sat/Sun
  10. Starting out providing covers and pin-ups for Marvel reprints in his native Spain and subsequently for Marvel UK, Carlos Pacheco first major work was Dark Guard. A 1993 Marvel UK four-parter it brought him to the attention of US publishers with DC the first to hire him – to draw three 1994 issues of The Flash – although Marvel was not far behind. His first project for the House of Ideas was Bishop, a 1994’s four-parter that led to the two issues of X-Universe the following year. With various fill-in issues, covers and pin-ups along the way, he then teamed up with writer Warren Ellis for the four issues of Starjammers before moving on to X-Men for 11 issues drawn across 13 months. His tenure on Marvel’s top-selling mutant title consolidated his position as a fan favourite artist, an accolade underscored by his next project, the Kurt Busiek-written Avengers Forever. From that 1998 12-parter he moved to Fantastic Four for which, beginning in 2000, he drew 11 of the 20 issues he co-wrote. Pacheco then migrated to DC for JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice, a high-profile hardcover graphic novel authored by David S Goyer and Geoff Johns and released at the end of 2002. The Spanish artist then reunited with Busiek for Arrowsmith, a 2003 six-parter produced under the auspices of DC’s WildStorm imprint. Next came a five-issue run on Superman/Batman. That was in 2005, the same year he collaborated with Johns on the relaunch of Green Lantern while – in 2006 – he again teamed up with Busiek, this time for 10 issues of Superman across 15 months. Constantly in demand for one-offs, covers and pin-ups, in 2009 Pacheco was back at Marvel, where he launched Ultimate Avengers, drawing the first six issues and following them with the four of 2010’s Ultimate Thor. His most recent major project was illustrating the first three 2012 issues of Marvel’s relaunched Uncanny X-Men. http://img.photobuck...th_image011.jpg http://img.photobuck...th_image012.jpg http://img.photobuck...th_image013.jpg
×