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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Stephen Baskerville Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers; Aces Weekly UNDOUBTEDLY best-known for his inking of numerous Transformers stories for Marvel on both sides of the Atlantic, Stephen Baskerville has worked on many other titles since he made his comics debut in 1978. It was, however, eight years after writing and drawing a story in issue #5 of the semi-underground Graphixus that his next credit – in Marvel UK’s Spider-Man and Zoids#4. From then on he began to work regularly for Marvel’s British-based offshoot, his name appearing in such titles as Thundercats and The Sleeze Brothers as well asTransformers. His first US work appeared in 1989’s G.I. Joe European Missions #10 with Web of Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy the Black Cat, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project andSpider-Man 2099 among the titles that followed. As well as working on various Marvel-related promotional comics, he also contributed to The Night Man, Mantra, All-New Exiles and other such titles in Malibu’s Ultraverse line. Primarily known for his inking he has pencilled the occasional story throughout his career, which he brought full circle in 2011 by writing and drawing a contribution to issue #7 of Titan’s CLiNT anthology. Baskerville has drastically reduced his comics output since the turn of the century though he followed some contributions to 2000 AD with a 2012 return to Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise, reuniting with Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman for IDW’sTransformers: Regeneration One. After his involvement on the last 20 issues of that title he inked The Transformers: Drift – Empire of Stone, an IDW 2014 four-parter. He is a regular contributor to Aces Weekly (the online comic spearheaded by David Lloyd).
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Bradley Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers PRIMARILY known within comics for his contributions to various of Titan’s Transformers titles, Lee Bradley spends much of his time working in advertising and storyboarding for films and TV. An accredited LucasFilm artist, he is much in demand to provide illustrations for trading cards with his art appearing in such sets as Mars Attacks: Invasion, Star Wars Galactic Files, Marvel’s Greatest Battles, Women of Marvel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Bradley Artist: Transformers PRIMARILY known within comics for his contributions to various of Titan’s Transformers titles, Lee Bradley spends much of his time working in advertising and storyboarding for films and TV. An accredited LucasFilm artist, he is much in demand to provide illustrations for trading cards with his art appearing in such sets as Mars Attacks: Invasion, Star Wars Galactic Files, Marvel’s Greatest Battles, Women of Marvel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Bradley Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers PRIMARILY known within comics for his contributions to various of Titan’s Transformers titles, Lee Bradley spends much of his time working in advertising and storyboarding for films and TV. An accredited LucasFilm artist, he is much in demand to provide illustrations for trading cards with his art appearing in such sets as Mars Attacks: Invasion, Star Wars Galactic Files, Marvel’s Greatest Battles, Women of Marvel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Henry Davies Attending: Saturday & Sunday Cartoonist: The Beano; Private Eye; The Dandy DURING a career whose beginnings are lost in the mists of time, Henry Davies has drawn (and sometimes written) the exploits of such iconic charters from The Beano and The Dandy as Desperate Dan, Dennis the Menace, Korky the Cat and the Bash Street Kids. In addition his work has appeared in various other DC Thomson weeklies, among them The Beezer, The Topper and Cracker. He also contributed to such Amalgamated/Fleetway/IPC comics as Buster, Knockout, Cracker, Cheeky Weekly, Whoopee! and Whizzer (both of which later merged with Whizzer and Chips), Wow! and School Fun (which was eventually absorbed by Buster). Davies – who created Grotty Lotty the School Witch for Marvel – has been a regular contributor to Private Eye for the past decade. He has also produced gag cartoons and strips for The Daily Star.
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Nika colours Dennis, Beano covers, and regularly other Beano pages and more. Her colouring style is a big favourite with industry insiders. Nika grew up in the Soviet Union and didn’t read a comic until she was 22. She began colouring comics in 2005.
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Draws Dennis (the Menace) and Gnasher and draws most other Beano and Dandy characters at some time or other for the weekly comic, the annuals, summer and winters specials and provides the artwork for posters, T shirts, keyrings, you name it. Any special Beano project, such as the Stella McCartney Paris Fashion Week show last year, the V&A Dundee opening, the Isle of Man Post Office Christmas Stamps, the National Television Awards in January, regular media stories involving Beano-styled celebrities, will all have been his work. He was responsible for the acclaimed “Harry Hill’s Adventures in TV Land” for The Dandy. He’s also drawn Thunderbirds, Grange Hill, Baywatch, Stingray, Count Arthur Strong, Ace Ventura Pet Detective etc, etc over a 39 year career.
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: John McCrea John McCrea has been drawing comics for 30 years ( his most famous work is Hitman for DC ) and has worked on Wolverine, Deadpool, Spider man and the Hulk for Marvel , Batman, Catwoman, Wonder Woman and Superman for DC , Mythic for Image comics and Judge Dredd for 2000ad. He has just drawn the Uncanny X men for Marvel, due out Feb 6th. Check out his Facebook and Shop
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Draws Dennis (the Menace) and Gnasher and draws most other Beano and Dandy characters at some time or other for the weekly comic, the annuals, summer and winters specials and provides the artwork for posters, T shirts, keyrings, you name it. Any special Beano project, such as the Stella McCartney Paris Fashion Week show last year, the V&A Dundee opening, the Isle of Man Post Office Christmas Stamps, the National Television Awards in January, regular media stories involving Beano-styled celebrities, will all have been his work. He was responsible for the acclaimed “Harry Hill’s Adventures in TV Land” for The Dandy. He’s also drawn Thunderbirds, Grange Hill, Baywatch, Stingray, Count Arthur Strong, Ace Ventura Pet Detective etc, etc over a 39 year career.
  10. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Nika colours Dennis, Beano covers, and regularly other Beano pages and more. Her colouring style is a big favourite with industry insiders. Nika grew up in the Soviet Union and didn’t read a comic until she was 22. She began colouring comics in 2005.
  11. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Townsend Attending: Saturday & Sunday Lee Townsend started working in the comic industry as an artist for Marvel UK on titles such as Deaths Head, Action Man,Transformers. He then went to work in animation for several years for Disney & Dreamworks, returning to comics working on Spider-Man, Avengers, X-Men, Iron Man, Hulk. Credits for 2000AD include: Judge Dredd, DeMarco P.I, Sinister Dexter, Synammon, Breathing Space, Flesh. Credits for DC include: Hellblazer, World of Warcraft. Top Cow: Kin with Gary Frank. More recently Lee has been drawing comic strips for Cartoon Network & storyboards for advertising & films. He is currently in discussions with Marvel and DC regarding his latest projects. Check out his website
  12. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Draws Dennis (the Menace) and Gnasher and draws most other Beano and Dandy characters at some time or other for the weekly comic, the annuals, summer and winters specials and provides the artwork for posters, T shirts, keyrings, you name it. Any special Beano project, such as the Stella McCartney Paris Fashion Week show last year, the V&A Dundee opening, the Isle of Man Post Office Christmas Stamps, the National Television Awards in January, regular media stories involving Beano-styled celebrities, will all have been his work. He was responsible for the acclaimed “Harry Hill’s Adventures in TV Land” for The Dandy. He’s also drawn Thunderbirds, Grange Hill, Baywatch, Stingray, Count Arthur Strong, Ace Ventura Pet Detective etc, etc over a 39 year career.
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Nika colours Dennis, Beano covers, and regularly other Beano pages and more. Her colouring style is a big favourite with industry insiders. Nika grew up in the Soviet Union and didn’t read a comic until she was 22. She began colouring comics in 2005.
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Simon Williams Simon is a professional comic artist who has worked on Spider-man, Death's Head and the Incredible Hulk. Currently projects include working on his creator-owned Retro Tales featuring the Discotronic Funk Commandos.
  15. Here's our list of comic guests announced so far. Dan Slott - Spiderman, Silver Surfer, Iron Man - all days Enrica Eren Angiolini - Doctor Who, Warhammer 40k, Dracula - all days Rantz Hoseley - Heavy Metal, The Heroin Diaries - all days Alan Martin - Tank Girl - Saturday and Sunday Sara Pichelli - Spiderman, Guardians of the Galaxy - all days Giorgia Sposito - Doctor Who, Wonderland - all days Christopher Jones - Young Justice, Doctor Who - all days Kev Hopgood - Iron Man, Co-creator of War Machine - all days Brett Parson - Tank Girl, New Romancer Kieron Gillen - Star Wars, Wicked + Divine, Iron Man - Saturday only John McCrea - Hitman, Punisher, Captain America - all days Jeff Cummins - Doctor Who novels cover artists - all days Henry Davis - Beezer, Beezer, Topper, Buster, Whizzer and Chips Amrit Birdi - Username: Evie, Assassin's Creed Sonia Leong - Assassin's Creed, Manga Shakespeare Simon Furman - Transformers, Death's Head, Doctor Who, Alpha Flight Geoff Senior - Death's Head, Transformers, Judge Dredd, To The Death Liam Shalloo - Transformers, Spider Man, Harry Potter Verity Glass - Doctor Who, Torchwood, Vikings John-Paul Bove - Transformers, TMNT, GI Joe Lew Stringer - The Beano, Doctor Who, Spider-Man Rachael Stott - Doctor Who, Motherlands, Star Trek David Hine - Batman, X-Men, Witchblade Warwick Johnson-Cadwell - Tank Girl, Helena Crash David Lloyd - V For Vendetta, Aces Weekly, Hellblazer Nigel Parkinson - The Beano, Dennis The Menace, Bananaman Grant Perkins - Penguins of Madagascar, Doctor Who Yasmin Sheikh - Luna The Vampire, LEGO Mike Collins - Doctor Who, The Flash, 2000AD Arianna Florean - Doctor Who, Star Wars, Secret Warriors Andrew Cartmel - Doctor Who, Rivers of London Lee Townsend - 2000AD, Spider Man, Transformers Huy Trong - Star Wars, The Walking Dead, Star Trek Martin Fisher - Lego Batman, Transformers, Star Wars: Rebels Steven Baskerville - Transformers, Spider-Man, Green Lantern Jason Cardy - Transformers, Spider-Man, Street Fighter Kevin Enhart - Warhammer 40k, Anno Dracula, Vikings Martin Griffiths - Action Man, New Titans, Thundercats Frazer Irving - Batman, Dr Strange, The Mighty Thor David Leach - Psycho Gran, Titan Editor Simon Myers - Doctor Who, Sherlock, Star Wars Danny Pearson - Bananaman, The Beano Tim Pilcher - Ex-Vertigo Comics and Humanoids Editor Ian Richardson - 2000AD, Captain America, Halo David Roach - 2000AD, Doctor Who, Batman Steve Niles - 30 Days of Night, Batman, Winnebago Graveyard Ryan O'Sullivan - Dawn of War, Dark Souls, Void Trip Alex Paknadel - Doctor Who, Friendo, Arcadia Tony Lee - Doctor Who, Spider-Man, Star Trek Alison Sampson - Winnebago Graveyard, Jessica Jones Gyula Németh - Mountains of Madness, Island of Dr Moreau Ram V - Black Mumba, Paradiso, Quake Champions Chris J. Thompson - Comics Brand Manager, Titan Dan Watters - Lucifer, The Shadow, Assassin's Creed Casper Wijngaard - Star Wars, Angelic, Deadpool Simon Bisley - Lobo, Slaine, Batman Vs Dredd Claudia Ianniciello - Doctor Who, Sherlock, Penny Dreadful Markosia Entertainment Mark Buckingham - Fables, Sandman, Miracleman Cowgirl Em - Beano, Zombie Outbreak David Sampere - Injustice 2, JLA Jorge Jiminez - Superman, Transformers, Justice League Lee Bradley - Transformers, TMNT Jack Kirby Museum The Cartoon Museum Olly McNamee - Comicon.com Joel Meadows - Tripwire Magazine
  16. The schedules for this year's Comic Zone are now available... Comics Stage Click here for Friday Panels Click here for Saturday Panels Click here for Sunday Panels Comic Guest Signings Click here for signings schedule Portfolio Reviews Click here for Portfolio Reviews schedule
  17. SERGIO MORA ARTIST: Medikidz; Rogues!: Odd Parenthood; Unleashed ATTENDING: Friday, Saturday & Sunday ALTHOUGH he often draws superheroes, Sergio Mora isn't illustrating the adventures of any of the big guns at Marvel or DC or, indeed, at any other US publisher. Instead the Spanish inker is employed by Medikidz, an organisation that features its own quintet of super-powered heroes in comics aimed at teaching youngsters about medical conditions, investigations, diagnoses, medicines and surgical procedures. Beyond Medikidz, Mora has drawn a handful of comics for the US market. In 2015 and in conjunction with Nacho Tenorio (with whom he'd previously teamed on the 2012 second volume of Zenescope's Mankind: The Story of All of Us) he workedAlice Cooper #6 for Dynamite and then on Amigo's Rogues!: Odd Parenthood five-parter. In between he collaborated with Tenorio (his partner in Third Guy Studios) on 1900and its sequel subtitled Orígenes (Origins) published in Spain by Grapa! as well as on two historical comics – The Sinking of the Lusitania and Alice Milligan and the Irish Cultural Revival – for Northern Ireland-based Creative Centenaries. Most recently, Mora inked Amigo's Tenorio-pencilled Unleashed, a 2016 four-parter.
  18. FOUR DOCTORS, ONE COMIC! THE TENTH, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors are to be featured in a special five-issue series by Paul Cornell and artist Neil Edwards. It is being launched to tie in to the global Doctor Who Comics Day, an event being held on Saturday, August 15, the same day as this year’s Film and Comic Con Sheffield begins. Jester Comics is celebrating the juxtaposition with a special version of the first issue of the Titan weekly. The Rotherham-based outlet will be selling an exclusive variant cover edition of the Four Doctors #1 at the Showmasters show. Limited to just 1,000 copies, it is priced £4.95.
  19. 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
  20. Our Latest guest for Cardiff, HELEN DARRAS Attending Sat/Sun ABOUT HELEN DARRAS: THE SYFY Channel’s Helen Darras is the producer of Exile to Babylon, the just released Dark Horse collection of the four-part digital adaptation of the currently in development movie of the same name. The comic is written by David Lapham and drawn by Patric Reynolds.
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