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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. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday Only DENNIS the Menace has featured heavily in Nigel Parkinson's output since 1999, when he became one of the main artists drawing DC Thomson's archetypal badly behaved schoolboy in the pages of The Beano. Since 2012, when he also took over the comic's Minnie the Minx series, he has been the sole artist on the strip but, in a career dating back to 1980 he has illustrated stories of many other characters. For DC Thomson alone he has worked on Beaginnings, which featured the misadventures of Dennis's si
  3. 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
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian
  5. 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 ma
  6. 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 Thun
  7. 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.
  8. Artist: Ms Marvel; Spider-Man loves Mary Jane; Robotech: Invasion ALTHOUGH they didn't cross paths until six years after he made his professional debut, Mary Jane Watson played a significant role in Takeshi Miyazawa's career. The Canadian artist first encountered Spider-Man's girlfriend two years after he began working for Marvel, when he drew 2004's Mary Jane four-parter. He reunited with her for the four issues of the following year's Mary Jane: Homecoming and then illustrated the first 15 issues of 2006's Spider-Man loves Mary Jane. Prior to Mary Jane, Miyazawa had been pr
  9. 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
  10. 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 care
  11. Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly thereafter doing the same for Thundercats, Lee Sullivan's first story art came within a year when he became a semi-regular on Transformers. He would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same onTekworld, the 1994 comic featuring
  12. Artist: Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth; Cages; Black Orchid; Signal to Noise; Celluloid; Violent Cases Cover artist: The Sandman; Hellblazer; The Dreaming; Black Orchid; Death: The High Cost of Living Attending: Saturday Afternoon Only A 21st century Renaissance Man, Dave McKean's talents and renown extend far beyond the world of comics to include photography, filmmaking, sculpture and music. Although he debuted with a contribution to Knockabout's Outrageous Tales From The Old Testament, the British artist's comics career really kicked into gear later i
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. Artist: George R.R. Martin's Doorways Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday FROM 1996 until 2008, Stefano Martino worked for such European publishers as Sergio Bonelli and Aleta Ediciones on a variety of titles, Zone X, Nathan Never,Legs Weaver and Jonathan Steele among them. The Italian artist made his US debut in 2008 with the third issue of IDW's Doctor Who going on to produce fill-ins such other IDW titles as Doctor Who: The Forgotten and Angel before taking on George R.R. Martin's Doorways, a 2010 four-parter. From then on his US comics work became even more sporadic, e
  17. Artist: G.I. Joe; Transformers; Borderlands; Smallville Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday PRIOR to 2010 when he worked on IDW's G.I. Joe: Operation Hiss four-parter, Agustin Padilla had illustrated G.I. Joe: Origins #6 and Star Trek: Alien Spotlight – Cardassians for the San Diego-based publisher, which gave the Spanish artist his first US credit with 2009's G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra – Setting the Stage one-shot. After Hiss Padilla moved on to G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero for a five-issue run. After that he illustrated DC's Bruce Wayne: The Road Home – Oracle (a 2010 one-sho
  18. Artist: The Mighty Crusaders; Batman and the Outsiders Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday STARTING out in 2007 with the inaugural issue of the relaunched Batman and the Outsiders, Julian Lopez spent the first four years of his career at DC. By late 2008, the Spanish artist had drawn not only six of the first nine issues of the Bat-title but also fill-ins on Wonder Woman and Superman as well. After that he moved on to a three-issue run on Titans which he followed with 2009's Faces of Evil: Kobra one-shot and then the Oracle: The Cure three-parter. Next came a contributi
  19. RICK LEONARDI FIRST UK APPEARANCE Artist: Spider-Man 2099; Cloak and Dagger; Green Lantern vs Aliens; Painkiller Jane; Nightwing; Star Wars: General Grievous Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday A LITTLE more than a decade after he began drawing comics professionally, Rick Leonardi and writer Peter David introduced a new futuristic rendition of Marvel's web-slinger in Spider-Man 2099. Initially, the artist – who pencilled the first 25 issues of the 1992 title – had started out illustrating fill-ins as many newcomers do. Commencing in 1981 with Thor #303 Leonardi went on to iss
  20. GEORGES JEANTY Artist: Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Bishop: The Last X-Man; Weapon X; Gambit; The American Way Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday TODAY he's probably best-known for his lengthy association with Dark Horse's Buffy the Vampire Comic but, aside from a brief spell in 1994 when he worked for Jim Shooter's post-Valiant Defiant Comics (for which he drew the five issues of Dogs of War), Georges Jeanty spent virtually the first five years of his professional career working on the margins of the comics industry. After starting out in 1993 illustrating the first (and on
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Rich Buckler FIRST APPEARANCE OUTSIDE AMERICA Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist/editor: Deathlok; Fantastic Four; Superman vs Shazam!; All-Star Squadron; Spectacular Spider-Man; World's Finest; Red Circle Comics WHILE he is renowned for his ground-breaking creation of Deathlok the Demolisher, Rich Buckler had been working in comics for years before his 1974 introduction of the futuristic cyborg in Marvel's Astonishing Tales #25. Buckler – who had been producing work for fanzines and organising conventions in his native De
  22. 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. I
  23. ARTIST: Dark Shadows; Army of Darkness: Ash gets Hitched; Unleashed ATTENDING: Friday, Saturday & Sunday IT ALL started with Dark Shadows for Nacho Tenorio. The Spanish artist, who came on board Dynamite's TV/movie spin-off with 2012's #8, illustrated all but two of the last 16 issues of the comic, which ended in 2013 with #23. Following what was his professional debut, Tenorio – who'd also contributed to the 2012 second volume of Zenescope's Mankind: The Story of All of Us – stayed with Dynamite into 2015, initially drawing the last three issues of Ash and the Army of Da
  24. 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
  25. 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 &
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