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  1. Latest Guest DAVE TAYLOR Sat and Sun UNLIKE many of his British compatriots, Dave Taylor began his career in the US. Kicking off in 1991, he illustrated a six-issue run [#7-12] on Zorro for Topps, which he followed with contributions to two 1992 issues of Captain Planet and the Planeteers for Marvel. He then commenced working for Marvel UK drawing sundry issues of Warheads and Motormouth & Killpower as well as 1993’s Gene Dogs four-parter. Returning to the US and following a brief dalliance at Defiant and a couple of issues of Force Works for Marvel, in 1995 he took on Batman: Riddler – The Riddle Factory. His most high-profile project to date the DC one-shot was followed by a flurry of pin-ups and covers for various Bat-titles as well as 13 issues of Batman: Shadow of the Bat. At the same time he also worked on various side projects including drawing the two issues of Dark Horse’s creator-owned 1996 microseries Tongue*Lash but then his comics output dwindled. His next major project was seven of the 10 issues of Batman/Superman: World’s Finest. That was released by DC in 1999, the same year he produced a Tongue*Lash sequel. Only sporadic work followed until 2004 when Taylor resurfaced on Judge Dredd Megazine. He is been a regular contributor to the British monthly and its weekly companion title, 2000 AD ever since although he was also the artist on DC’s prestigious 2012 graphic novel Batman: Death by Design.
  2. Our latest guest for LFCCW HUW-J ABOUT HUW-J: Undoubtedly best known to the comic-reading public for his 2008 online resurrection of the Daily Mirror’s famed Garth strip, How-J is an artist, author, director and animator. Attending Sat/Sun
  3. Our latest guest for CFCC HUW-J ABOUT HUW-J: Undoubtedly best known to the comic-reading public for his 2008 online resurrection of the Daily Mirror’s famed Garth strip, How-J is an artist, author, director and animator.
  4. Latest Guest Announcement - Dylan Teague Attending Sunday only. ABOUT DYLAN TEAGUE: 2000 AD runs like a thread through Dylan Teague’s professional credits. Beginning his career contributing to the UK SF weekly in 1997, the artist’s work continues to feature regularly in the self-styled Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and its sister title, Judge Dredd Megazine for which he has been drawing almost as long. Althoughhe made his US debut pencilling an 10-page story for the 1998 first issue of DC’s Batman 80-Page Giant #1, Teague has chosen to concentrate on the British market where he is a sought after inker and colourist. In the past few years, his work has also been seen in such titles as Marvel Rampage, Doctor Who Magazine and Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures.
  5. We are pleased to announce our latest comic guest for CFCC KRIS CARTER Attending Saturday and Sunday Kris is a South Wales based digital colourist, writer and illustrator. His colouring work has been seen in various iterations of the Transformers and Doctor Who franchises. He has also worked on TMNT, Wynona Earp, Stiffs and The Pride. Kris is also one of the co-creators of the Eagle Award-finalist "Lou Scannon" sci-fi comedy book.
  6. ABOUT HUW-J: Undoubtedly best known to the comic-reading public for his 2008 online resurrection of the Daily Mirror’s famed Garth strip, Huw-J is an artist, author, director and animator.
  7. Lee Bradley is a freelance illustrator primarily working within comic books. He has worked on a variety of properties including Spiderman, Transformers, Transformers Animated, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and most recently Mars Attacks. Lee is a Lucas Films accredited artist and is currently working on Star Wars Galactic files for Topps.
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