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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - LEE TOWNSEND Artist: 2000 AD Attending Saturday & Sunday PROBABLY best-known for his contributions to such 2000 AD strips as Bison,Synammon and Breathing Space, Lee Townsend began his comics career in 2000 providing inks to the last three issues of Gary Frank’s Image/Top Cow six-parter, Kin. The artist, who had a brief stint working in animation for Dreamworks and Disney, has since provided finishes for a variety of titles, Judge Dredd Megazine, Marvel Heroes, Marvel Rampage, Transformers: Armada and Panini UK’s Spider-Manamong them. The in
  2. Artist/writer: Watchmen; Secret Service; The Originals; Give me Liberty; 2000 AD Attending: Sunday Afternoon APPOINTED Britain's first Comics Laureate in 2014, Dave Gibbons is internationally acclaimed as the creator – with writer Alan Moore – of DC’s groundbreaking 1986 series, Watchmen. An alumnus of the UK’s fanzine scene, his first work appearing in Fantasy Advertiser in 1970 with contributions to such underground comics as The Trials of Nasty Comics and cOZmic Comics following over the next couple of years, the artist very quickly graduated to professional assignments. H
  3. 2000 AD publisher Rebellion has kindly given permission for the Judge Minty movie to be screened at this year’s London Film and Comic Con. The authorised fan film (which runs 27 minutes) is set in Mega City One, the futuristic setting created by John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra. It focuses on Minty, an aging Judge who decides to retire. As required by the Law, he must take the Long Walk out into the Cursed Earth, a wasteland teeming with mutants, savage gangs and beasts where anarchy holds sway. Directed by Steven Sterlacchini, the film stars Edmund Dehn as the titular lawmaker. Scre
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Will Simpson Storyboard artist: Game of Thrones Attending: Saturday & Sunday FOUR years after contributing to the first three issues of Ximoc – a comiczine launched in 1980 by fans in his native Belfast – Will Simpson began his professional career, drawing Big Ben for Warrior. Work for 2000 AD, Toxic and a variety of Marvel UK titles swiftly followed until, in 1991, he was approached by DC/Vertigo to work on Hellblazer. Three years later, after a diversion to draw 1993’s Alien: Rogue four-parter for Dark Horse, he illustrated the fi
  5. SHOWMASTERS is delighted to play host to Dave Gibbons, the lauded talent behind such titles as Watchmen, Secret Service and The Originals. Appointed Britain’s Comics Laureate in 2014, Gibbons, whose numerous credits also include 2000 AD, Give me Liberty and Just Imagine Stan Lee with Dave Gibbons Creating Green Lantern, will be joining Karen Berger – Vertigo’s acclaimed former editor-in-chief – on stage on Sunday at 3:00pm for what is likely to be an entertaining and informative chat. Following the interview Gibbons will spend an hour signing for fans.
  6. TWO TITANS of British comics are to make their first joint appearance at London Film & Comic at Olympia over the weekend of July 29-31. Artist Carlos Ezquerra will be on hand on all three days with John Wagner, the writer with whom he created Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, joining him on Saturday and Sunday. The legends of 2000 AD have worked in multiple genres with their credits appearing in numerous titles on both sides of the Atlantic. They are looking forward to meeting their legion of fans. Both will be happy to sign copies of their comics while Ezquerra will also be sketching.
  7. Artist: 2000 AD; Noble Causes: Family Secrets; Marvel Heroes Magazine Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday STARTING out, as many British creators do, on 2000 AD, Ian Richardson worked for the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic from 2001 into 2002. At that point he landed at Image, where he drew 2002's Noble Causes: Family Secrets, which took him into 2003. It was three years before the artist, a professional musician who is often lured away from the drawing board, next worked in comics, returning to 2000 AD to contribute to a flurry of issues. After that he became involved
  8. Artist: Loki: Agent of Asgard; Batgirl; 2000 AD HE MAY have started out in 2005 at AP Comics, where he illustrated and provided the covers for the four issues of Dark Mists but Lee Garbett swiftly graduated from the British indie publisher to drawing a four-chapter serial in 2000 AD. Subsequently contributing to a couple of 2007 issues of Judge Dredd Megazine – the spin-off from the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic – he moved on to make his US debut at DC's WildStorm imprint. There he drew The Highwaymen five-parter, moving on to a five-issue run on Midnighter in 2008 and more o
  9. Artist/designer: The Science Service; Dare; 2000 AD; Soho Dives, Soho Divas Attending: Saturday & Sunday MUCH in demand today as a designer, Rian Hughes began his comics career in 1983, producing his own small press minicomics before becoming a regular contributor to Escape Magazine, where his work continued to be featured until 1989. His first graphic novel, The Science Service was published in Belgium by Magic Strip in 1987 but by 1990 he was becoming well-known as a cover designer. Even so he continued to pursue his storytelling, most notably with the Grant Morrison-written
  10. Artist: Iron Man; 2000 AD; Warhammer Monthly Attending: Saturday & Sunday Three years after a brief flirtation with the then still extant underground comics scene (he wrote and illustrated a contribution to 1981’s Knockabout Comics #3) Kev Hopgood resurfaced drawing mainstream comics. Like many of his peers the British artist contributed to 2000 AD (for which he worked on and off until 1995) but also illustrated stories for Marvel UK where his art graced the pages of Spider-Man and Zoids as well as such titles as Mighty World of Marvel, Thundercats, Action Force and Doct
  11. Writer/editor: Resident Alien; Terra Obscura; 2000 AD; The Sandman Presents: Love Street; Captain America/Nick Fury: The Otherworld War Attending: Saturday Only AFTER working for The Who's Pete Townsend as commissioning editor for Eel Pie Publishing, Peter Hogan wound up at Quality Comics, where he served as an editor on the UK-based label's line of 2000 AD reprints aimed at the US market. That was during the mid-to-late '80s after which he moved on to Fleetway. There, after working on 1989's 2000 AD Winter Special, he became editor ofRevolver, editing all seven issues of the exper
  12. JOHN WAGNER Writer: Star Wars; 2000 AD; A History of Violence Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday LAUDED as the co-creator of Judge Dredd and as a founding father of 2000 AD(where the Lawman of the Future made his debut in the 1977 second issue of the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic), John Wagner set out to be a professional writer some 10 years earlier. Born in the USA but brought up in Scotland from the age of 12, Wagner began writing for Dundee-based DC Thomson in the 1960s eventually rising to become chief sub-editor of Romeo. It was while working on the UK comics
  13. KEV HOPGOOD Artist: Iron Man; 2000 AD; Warhammer Monthly Three years after a brief flirtation with the then still extant underground comics scene (he wrote and illustrated a contribution to 1981’s Knockabout Comics #3) Kev Hopgood resurfaced drawing mainstream comics. Like many of his peers the British artist contributed to 2000 AD (for which he worked on and off until 1995) but also illustrated stories for Marvel UK where his art graced the pages of Spider-Man and Zoids as well as such titles as Mighty World of Marvel, Thundercats, Action Force and Doctor Who. Hopgood made hi
  14. IAN RICHARDSON Artist: 2000 AD; Noble Causes: Family Secrets; Marvel Heroes Magazine STARTING out, as many British creators do, on 2000 AD, Ian Richardson worked for the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic from 2001 into 2002. At that point he landed at Image, where he drew 2002's Noble Causes: Family Secrets, which took him into 2003. It was three years before the artist, a professional musician who is often lured away from the drawing board, next worked in comics, returning to 2000 AD to contribute to a flurry of issues. After that he became involved with Platinum's Cowboys &
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Paul Davidson Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: Magneto; X-Club; 2000 AD; Warhammer Monthly; IT ALL began with Warhammer Monthly in 1998 for Paul Davidson, who contributed to four issues of the Games Workshop comic before leaving the medium for life as a storyboard/concept artist in the video games industry. When he resurfaced it was at Marvel, where his first work was a 2008 Nova cover and a fill-in on an issue of Dark X-Men: The Beginning. That pretty much set the pattern for Davidson's output at the House of Ideas with his art appearing in
  16. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Townsend Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: 2000 AD Probably best-known for his contributions to such 2000 AD strips as Bison, Synammon and Breathing Space, Townsend began his comics career in 2000 providing inks to the last three issues of Gary Frank’s Image/Top Cow six-parter, Kin. The artist, who had a brief stint working in animation for Dreamworks and Disney, has since provided finishes for a variety of titles, Judge Dredd Megazine, Marvel Heroes, Marvel Rampage, Transformers: Armada and Panini UK’s Spider-Man among them. The inker of Av
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Mike Collins Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: Doctor Who; 2000 AD; Darkstars ACROSS a career that dates back to 1983, Mike Collins has pretty much drawn all the major superheroes for DC as well as quite a few for Marvel. The co-creator of Gambit (introduced in 1990’s Uncanny X-Men #266) made his professional debut illustrating a four-pager written by the soon-to-be-a-comicbook legend Alan Moore published by Marvel UK in The Daredevils #8. Soon in demand as both a penciller and an inker, Collins contributed to various other titles – notably Tra
  18. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Robbie Morrison Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer: 2000 AD; Judge Dredd Megazine JUDGE Dredd: The Megazine is the foundation of Robbie Morrison's career. After contributing to the 2000 AD spin-off for two years beginning in 1992 he commenced writing for the core weekly – the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comics – while also making his US debut with a three-episode 1994 serial in Dark Horse's flagship anthology, Dark Horse Presents. The writer, who maintains a close relationship with 2000 AD and the retitled Judge Dredd Megazine to this day, is the
  19. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Mike Collins Appearing: Fri/Sat/Sun Artist: Doctor Who; 2000 AD; Darkstars ACROSS a career that dates back to 1983, Mike Collins has pretty much drawn all the major superheroes for DC as well as quite a few for Marvel. The co-creator of Gambit (introduced in 1990’s Uncanny X-Men #266) made his professional debut illustrating a four-pager written by the soon-to-be-a-comicbook legend Alan Moore published by Marvel UK in The Daredevils #8. Soon in demand as both a penciller and an inker, Collins contributed to various other titles – notably Transformers – for
  20. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Mike Collins Appearing: Sat/Sun Artist: Doctor Who; 2000 AD; Darkstars ACROSS a career that dates back to 1983, Mike Collins has pretty much drawn all the major superheroes for DC as well as quite a few for Marvel. The co-creator of Gambit (introduced in 1990’s Uncanny X-Men #266) made his professional debut illustrating a four-pager written by the soon-to-be-a-comicbook legend Alan Moore published by Marvel UK in The Daredevils #8. Soon in demand as both a penciller and an inker, Collins contributed to various other titles – notably Transformers – for the
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Mike Collins Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: Doctor Who; 2000 AD; Darkstars ACROSS a career that dates back to 1983, Mike Collins has pretty much drawn all the major superheroes for DC as well as quite a few for Marvel. The co-creator of Gambit (introduced in 1990’s Uncanny X-Men #266) made his professional debut illustrating a four-pager written by the soon-to-be-a-comicbook legend Alan Moore published by Marvel UK in The Daredevils #8. Soon in demand as both a penciller and an inker, Collins contributed to various other titles – notably Tran
  22. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Laurence Campbell Appearing: Sat/Sun Artist: B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth; 2000 AD; ​FOR THE past two years Laurence Campbell has been immersed in the Hellverse where he has been drawing stories and/or covers for B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth as well as illustrating 2013's Sledgehammer 44: Lightning War three-parter. The artist began his career 18 years before he became involved in the universe created Mike Mignola as a setting for Hellboy and the other elements of the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Development making his debut with a four-page contribution to
  23. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - David Roach Appearing: Sat/Sun Artist: 2000 AD; Batman/Demon WELL known for his encyclopaedic knowledge of comics history and for his remarkable ability to identify the work of other comics artists, David Roach began his professional career drawing for 2000 AD. He worked on various strips for the self-styled Galaxy’s Greatest Comic between 1988 and 1992, when he made his US debut illustrating a 13-page story for issue #3 of Marvel’s creator-owned Epic anthology. Over the next three years he pencilled for both DC and Dark Horse contributing to such title
  24. Latest Guest Announcement - Steve Yeowell Attending: Saturday Artist: Zenith; 2000 AD; Skrull Kill Krew MUCH admired for his collaboration on Zenith, 2000 AD's mould-breaking superhero saga with Grant Morrison, artist Steve Yeowell first came in contact with the acclaimed Scots writer virtually at the start of his career. Mere months after making his debut at Harrier Comics in 1986 (on Swiftsure & Conqueror), Yeowell moved to Marvel UK where he teamed up with Morrison for a 10-issue run on Spider-Man and Zoids which the artist followed with a handful of issues of Thundercats
  25. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - John Wagner Attending: Sat/Sun Writer: 2000 AD; A History of Violence LAUDED as the co-creator of Judge Dredd and as a founding father of 2000 AD, where the Lawman of the Future made his debut in the 1977 second issue of the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic. John Wagner's career dates back to some 10 years earlier. Born in the USA but brought up in Scotland from the age of 12, Wagner began writing for Dundee-based DC Thomson in the 1960s eventually rising to become chief sub-editor of Romeo. It was while working on the UK comics behemoth's girls' weekly
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