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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Chris Geary Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: International Aces; Aces Weekly IN 2010, after three years contributing to such British small press titles as FutureQuake and Zarjaz, Chris Geary embarked on International Aces. An ambitious four-volume graphic novel series recounting the true stories of the top pilots of World War I, it was released in 2013 as was Commitment, a graphic novel/guide to risk management that he co-authored and drew. Geary is also a regular contributor to the digital comics art magazine Aces Weekly.
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville 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).
  3. Writer/artist: V for Vendetta; Kickback; Aces Weekly Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday THE MASTERMIND behind Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology he launched in 2010, David Lloyd is best-known for V for Vendetta, which he created in collaboration with writer Alan Moore. The strip was originally serialised in Warrior between 1982 and 1984 before being concluded at DC in 1989. That was almost 15 years after the British artist got his break drawing a story for The Magician Annual 1975 although that proved to be a false start – it was another three years before his career took off. Then he contributed not only to Logan's Run Annual 1978 but also to TV Comic as well as drawing the adaptation of Quatermass II for House of Hammer #23. Come 1979 he was given his first regular assignment –drawing Night Raven (a strip he co-created) – in Hulk Weekly although he moved on to a regular slot in Doctor Who Weekly later that same year. During that period he continued to provide contributions to a variety of British comics annuals, a practice he maintained even while working on Warrior​ although it faded out as US publishers came calling. His American debut was on Marvel's two-issue adaptation of Time Bandits with contributions to anthologies from Pacific, Eclipse – for which he also illustrated the first four issues of 1986's ESPers five-parter – and DC following until he returned to conclude V for Vendetta. After bouncing back to Marvel for 1991's Night Raven: House of Cards graphic novel his next major project was The Horrorist (a 1996 DC two-parter) after which came The Territory​, a 1999 four-parter for Dark Horse. Often in demand as a contributor to comics outside the mainstream superhero-centric arena, Lloyd – who has deliberately chosen to avoid that commercial genre – next illustrated Nightingale (2002) and J for Jenny (2003), two of DC/Vertigo's War Story one-shots with Kickback (a Dark Horse graphic novel he also wrote) coming in 2007. Today his focus is Aces Weekly although he does continue to produce the occasional cover.
  4. GARY WHITLOCK Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly ATTENDING: Saturday & Sunday TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his Drell’s Marauders strip for David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created an abundance of gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes. While he has several more Monkeyhound titles in the pipeline, for the past several months Whitlock has been involved with The Sunday Comics. This monthly 15 x 22" title – akin to the newspaper supplements of yore – was launched in the US by Golden Bell Entertainment in 2015.
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Gary Whitlock Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his work on David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created numerous gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes.
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Gary Whitlock Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his work on David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created numerous gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes.
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville 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 as Transformers. 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 and Spider-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’s Transformers: Regeneration One, which he followed by inking 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).
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Chris Geary Attending: Fri/Sat/Sun Writer/artist: International Aces; Aces Weekly IN 2010, after three years contributing to such British small press titles as FutureQuake and Zarjaz, Chris Geary embarked on International Aces. An ambitious four-volume graphic novel series recounting the true stories of the top pilots of World War I, it was released in 2013 as was Commitment, a graphic novel/guide to risk management that he co-authored and drew. Geary is also a regular contributor to the digital comics art magazine Aces Weekly. http://acesweeklyblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Cuthbert-and-Kaye.jpeg
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Rachael Smith Writer/artist: The Way We Write; I am Fire; House Party; Aces Weekly A NEWCOMER whose first published work was The Way We Write, a 2012 one-shot, Rachael Smith has rapidly added to her credits following up with another one-off (2013's I am Fire) and 2014's House Party graphic novel. As well as contributing to Aces Weekly, David Lloyd's online comic, she also provides a regular one-page strip to Titan's monthly Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor series.
  10. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Yishan Li Writer/artist: Massive Manga: The Complete Reference to Drawing Manga; Liberty Vocational; Aces Weekly SIX YEARS after first being published in her native China, Yishan Li made her English-language debut drawing Spirit Marked for Yaoi Press in 2005 with the Aluria Chronicles following two years later. The author of Massive Manga: The Complete Reference to Drawing Manga, Li has since produced The Clique as well as drawing 2011’s Liberty Vocational. She currently contributes to Aces Weekly, the online comic.
  11. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Simon Williams Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Aces Weekly DAVID Lloyd’s latest recruit to the V for Vendetta co-creator’s digital comics anthology Aces Weekly, Simon Williams has been drawing comics professionally for over a decade. He has worked primarily for Marvel UK on a variety of titles, among them Transformers: Armada and Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures. He is also the publisher of Retro Comics Group through which he releases Retro Tales, a homage to the superhero comics of the 1970s. http://www.retrocomicsgroup.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Metalhead_lowres.jpg
  12. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - David Lloyd Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: V for Vendetta; Kickback; Aces Weekly THE MASTERMIND behind Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology he launched in 2010, David Lloyd is best-known for V for Vendetta, which he created in collaboration with writer Alan Moore. The strip was originally serialised in Warrior between 1982 and 1984 before being concluded at DC in 1989. That was almost 15 years after he got his break drawing a story for The Magician Annual 1975 although that proved to be a false start – it was another three years before his career took off. Then he contributed not only to Logan's Run Annual 1978 but also to TV Comic as well as drawing the adaptation of Quatermass II for House of Hammer #23. Come 1979 he was given his first regular assignment –drawing Night Raven (a strip he co-created) – in Hulk Weekly although he moved on to a regular slot in Doctor Who Weekly later that same year. During that period he continued to provide contributions to a variety of British comics annuals, a practice he maintained even while working on Warrior​ although it faded out as US publishers came calling. His American debut was on Marvel's two-issue adaptation of Time Bandits with contributions to anthologies from Pacific, Eclipse – for which he also illustrated the first four issues of 1986's ESPers five-parter – and DC following until he returned to conclude V for Vendetta. After bouncing back to Marvel for 1991's Night Raven: House of Cards graphic novel his next major project was The Horrorist (a 1996 DC two-parter) after which came The Territory​, a 1999 four-parter for Dark Horse. Often in demand as a contributor to comics outside the mainstream superhero-centric arena, Lloyd – who has deliberately chosen to avoid that commercial genre – next illustrated Nightingale (2002) and J for Jenny (2003), two of DC/Vertigo's War Story one-shots with Kickback (a Dark Horse graphic novel he also wrote) coming in 2007. http://thelakesinternationalcomicartfestival.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/vpicexhib3.jpg
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Gavin Mitchell Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: Aces Weekly A relative newcomer, Gavin Mitchell is working alongside Ben Dickson and Owen Watts on Santa Claus vs the Nazis for Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology. http://www.coroflot.com/gavinmitchell/Illustration
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Owen Watts Attending: Sunday Artist: Aces Weekly After drawing for such UK small press comics as Futurequake, Dr WTF?! and The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, Owen Watts is also now a frequent contributor to Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology.
  15. Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: Aces Weekly; Falling Sky The author of Santa Claus vs the Nazis for Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology, Ben Dickson has been writing for various British small press comics since 2004. A leading contributor to Fight the Power!: A Visual History of Protest among the English-Speaking Peoples (Seven Stories Press; 2013), he also wrote and illustrated 2007’s Falling Sky graphic novel. http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/scale_large/6/67663/3524463-01.jpg
  16. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - David Lloyd Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: V for Vendetta; Kickback; Aces Weekly THE MASTERMIND behind Aces Weekly, the online comic anthology he launched in 2010, David Lloyd is best-known for V for Vendetta, which he created in collaboration with writer Alan Moore. The strip was originally serialised in Warrior between 1982 and 1984 before being concluded at DC in 1989. That was almost 15 years after he got his break drawing a story for The Magician Annual 1975 although that proved to be a false start – it was another three years before his career took off. Then he contributed not only to Logan's Run Annual 1978 but also to TV Comic as well as drawing the adaptation of Quatermass II for House of Hammer #23. Come 1979 he was given his first regular assignment –drawing Night Raven (a strip he co-created) – in Hulk Weekly although he moved on to a regular slot in Doctor Who Weekly later that same year. During that period he continued to provide contributions to a variety of British comics annuals, a practice he maintained even while working on Warrior​ although it faded out as US publishers came calling. His American debut was on Marvel's two-issue adaptation of Time Bandits with contributions to anthologies from Pacific, Eclipse – for which he also illustrated the first four issues of 1986's ESPers five-parter – and DC following until he returned to conclude V for Vendetta. After bouncing back to Marvel for 1991's Night Raven: House of Cards graphic novel his next major project was The Horrorist (a 1996 DC two-parter) after which came The Territory​, a 1999 four-parter for Dark Horse Often in demand as a contributor to comics outside the mainstream superhero-centric arena, Lloyd – who has deliberately chosen to avoid that commercial genre – next illustrated Nightingale (2002) and J for Jenny (2003), two of DC/Vertigo's War Story one-shots with Kickback (a Dark Horse graphic novel he also wrote).
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Yishan Li Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: Massive Manga: The Complete Reference to Drawing Manga; Liberty Vocational; Aces Weekly SIX YEARS after first being published in her native China, Yishan Li made her English-language debut drawing Spirit Marked for Yaoi Press in 2005 with the Aluria Chronicles following two years later. The author of Massive Manga: The Complete Reference to Drawing Manga, Li has since produced The Clique as well as drawing 2011’s Liberty Vocational. She currently contributes to Aces Weekly, the online comic.
  18. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Chris Geary Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: International Aces; Aces Weekly IN 2010, after three years contributing to such British small press titles as FutureQuake and Zarjaz, Chris Geary embarked on International Aces. An ambitious four-volume graphic novel series recounting the true stories of the top pilots of World War I, it was released in 2013. The artist and co-author of Commitment, a 2013 graphic novel/guide to risk management, he is also a regular contributor to the digital comics art magazine Aces Weekly.
  19. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Mauricet Attending: Fri/Sat/Sun Artist – Aces Weekly; Mort de Trouille; The Crossovers
  20. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - David Lloyd Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: V for Vendetta; Aces Weekly; The Horrorist; Kickback
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Chris Geary Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/artist: International Aces: Aces Weekly
  22. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Owen Watts Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Aces Weekly
  23. Latest Guest Announcement - Bambos Georgiou Attending: Sat/Sun Artist – Aces Weekly; Transformers
  24. Latest Guest Announcement - Yishan Li Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/artist – Aces Weekly; Liberty Vocational
  25. Latest Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Transformers; Aces Weekly, Spider-Man 2099; The Sleeze Brothers
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