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  1. Latest Guest Announcement - Garrick HagonAttending: SundayAutograph: £15Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope - Red Three (Biggs)Me and Orson Welles - Dr. MewlingLa Vie en Rose - American doctorBlack Book - British GeneralCharlie and the Chocolate Factory - Denver ReporterThe Jacket - Defense LawyerChasing Liberty - Secretary of StateSpy Game - CIA Director Cy WilsonMission: Impossible - CNN ReporterBatman - Bruce Wayne's DadCry Freedom - McElreaThe Spy Who Loved Me - USS Wayne CrewmanA Bridge Too Far - Lieutenant RaffertyAntony and Cleopatra - ErosFatherland (TV movie) - ElliotDoctor Who (TV series) - Ky (6 episodes, 1972)https://imdb.com/name/nm0353796/
  2. Latest Guest Announcement - Richard Brake Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Game of Thrones (TV Series) Night's King Thor: The Dark World Einherjar Lieutenant Halloween II Gary Scott Batman Begins Joe Chill Doom Portman http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0104114/
  3. JAMIE DELANO Writer: Hellblazer; Captain Britain; Animal Man; Batman: Manbat; Outlaw Nation Attending: Saturday Only UNDOUBTEDLY best-known for Hellblazer, the Vertigo series that many consider the DC mature readers imprint's flagship title, Jamie Delano began his comics career some five years before Alan Moore hand-picked him to chronicle the exploits of the streetwise magician the acclaimed British writer had introduced in 1985's Swamp Thing #37. Delano's first professional writing assignments were for Marvel UK where, beginning in 1983's Daredevils #11, he authored text stories featuring Night Raven. These were illustrated by Alan Davis, with whom the British writer would move on to launchCaptain Britain in 1985. With all but one of the first 12 issues of that Marvel UK comic under his belt, Delano spent the next two years contributing to other titles, primarily Doctor Who Magazineand 2000 AD, before Moore suggested DC hire him to launch Hellblazer, which marked Delano's US debut. That was in 1988 and across 37 of the first 40 issues of that series he fleshed out John Constantine's character and background, creating a template from which subsequent writers of the comic have seldom strayed. In 1990 Delano scripted DC's World Without End six-parter and then the following year the Night Raven: House of Cards graphic novel, his first work for Marvel itself. After that, his Hellblazer run at an end, he took on Animal Man, scripting 29 straight issues of that DC title. That took him into 1995 but as his run was coming to an end he also authored two 1995 Vertigo projects – the Tainted one-shot and the six issues of Ghostdancing. Next Delano, who'd previously authored a single 1994 issue of Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, wrote 1995's Batman: Manbat three-parter and then reunited with John Constantine for The Horrorist, a DC/Vertigo two-parter. The writer's 1996 output was limited to Dynamite's first Vampirella Strikes Annual although he did also contribute to Showcase '96 #3 for DC and script Twisted Metal 2. An extremely rare one-shot, DC produced it for Sony to use to promote its video game of the same name. Come 1997, Delano launched 2020 Visions (a DC/Vertigo 12-parter) but also signed on with Valiant for an 11-issue run on Shadowman. The following year he authored Vertigo's Hell Eternal one-shot. Then with 2020 Visions and Shadowman at end, he migrated to Dark Horse (where he'd previously made a contribution to a 1995 issue ofDark Horse Presents) for the four issues of The Territory before ending 1999 back at Vertigo where he collaborated with fellow writer Tom Peyer on the Cruel & Unusual four-parter. Although he kicked off 2000 with a two-issue serial for Legends of the DC Universehe was soon back at Vertigo where he authored the three issues of Hellblazer Special: Bad Blood before launching Outlaw Nation for which he scripted all 19 issues. That series ended in 2002 at which point Delano's comics output dwindled to virtually nothing until 2008. It was then that he resurfaced at Avatar with two four-parters, first Narcopolis, thenRawbone. Although he would return to Avatar in 2012 for six issues of Crossed Badlands, his last major project was back at Vertigo where he revisited Hellblazer – for which he'd scripted the occasional fill-in down the years – for John Constantine, Hellblazer: Pandemonium, a 2010 graphic novel.
  4. Latest Guest Announcement - Mac McDonald Attending: Sunday Autograph Price: £10 Photo Shoot Price: £10 Empire Strikes Back - Rebel pilot Aliens - Simpson Batman - Joker's Henchman Fifth Element - Flying Cop Red Dwarf - Captain Hollister http://m.imdb.com/name/nm0567881/
  5. JULIAN LOPEZ Artist: The Mighty Crusaders; Batman and the Outsiders Attending: 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 contribution to Action Comics #880 with the first issue of 2009's World's Finest four-parter coming along shortly after. In 2010 and after pencilling a 10-pager for Adventure Comics #8, Lopez took onThe Mighty Crusaders, working on four of the six issues of the title, an immigrant from Archie Comics and published by DC under its short-lived Red Circle imprint. Since completing Mighty Crusaders, Lopez has been working on covers while focussing on Hoy Me Ha Pasado Algo muy Bestia (literally Today happened to me something very Beast). Published in Spain only recently by Norma Editorial, it is a graphic novel adaptation of a 2012 prose novel by Spanish author Daniel Estorach Martin.
  6. Latest Guest Announcement - Melendy Britt Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 She-Ra: Princess of Power (TV Series) She-Ra / Princess Adora Flash Gordon (TV Series) Princess Aura (TV Series) Batgirl / Barbara Gordon / Catwoman Fallout 4 (Video Game) Ann Codman / Priscilla Penske / Wilhelmina Cabot (voice) Hotel Transylvania 2 Additional Voices (voice) Weird Science (TV Series) Marcia Donnelly http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0110068/
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Jason Masters Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: James Bond 007; Batman Incorporated THIS November Ian Fleming’s world-famous secret agent is returning to comics after an absence of two decades. Launching James Bond 007 at Dynamite is Warren Ellis and South African artist James Masters, who is making his UK show debut at London Film and Comic Winter 2015. Masters’ US career began in 2010 at DC, where he worked on titles for the Batman and Superman publisher and its WildStorm imprint before illustrating a three-part story in Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight in 2012. Very soon after he became a regular illustrator on Batman Incorporated, staying attached to the comic for only four issues before moving on to a flurry of fill-ins, including a couple of Guardians of the Galaxy issues for Marvel. Subsequently Masters' work featured in The Vampire Diaries, Legends of the Dark Knight and 2014’s Batman: Futures End one-shot for DC as well as 2015 issues of Wolverines for Marvel before he moved on to Dynamite and James Bond 007, his most high profile project to date.
  8. Latest Guest Announcement - Billy Dee Williams Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph: £25 Photo Shoot: £25 Lando Calrissian - Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back Lando Calrissian - Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi Harvey Dent - Batman Judge Reinhold - Fanboys http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001850/
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Glenn Fabry Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Batman/Judge Dredd: Die Laughing; Thor: Vikings; Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere Renowned these days primarily for his cover paintings​, Glenn Fabry hit the ground running, his 1985 comics debut drawing Sláine for 2000 AD garnering him immediate attention. He remained associated with the series until 1993 although his covers for the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic, Judge Dredd: The Megazine and Crisis had already brought him to the attention of DC, which installed him as its regular Hellblazer cover artist in 1992. Increasingly more cover work followed, most notably for Preacher (for Vertigo, DC's mature readers imprint) although he has continued to illustrate the occasional story. Among his prominent interior credits are Batman/Judge Dredd: Die Laughing [1998], The Authority: Kev and The Authority: More Kev [2002/2004], Thor: Vikings [2003] and Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere [2005]. His more recent sequential art credits have included the six issues of DC/Vertigo's Greatest Hits and the five of 2012's Lot 13 for DC
  10. Latest Guest Announcement - Dave Holland Attending: Saturday Autograph Price: £10 Star Wars - ANH - Grondom Muse Batman -Batmobile Stunt Driver Robin Hood - Part of the oscar winning Stunt team
  11. Latest Guest Announcement - Marianna Hill Attending: Saturday Autograph Price: £15 Photoshoot Price: £15 Star Trek (TV series) - (1 episode, 1966) Dagger of the Mind - Helen Noel Batman (TV series) 1966 The Godfather: Part II - Deanna Corleone Mission: Impossible (TV series) - The Condemned - Louisa Rojas The Outer Limits (TV series) -(1 episode, 1964) I, Robot - Nina Link High Plains Drifter - Callie Travers Paradise, Hawaiian Style - Lani Kaimana Roustabout - Viola Remington Steele Quincy M.E. Kung Fu Kodiak Hogan's Heroes The Wild Wild West I Spy Burke's Law Dr. Kildare Bonanza Gunsmoke Perry Mason The Untouchables 77 Sunset Strip http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0384494/
  12. Latest Guest Announcement - Chris Bunn Appearing: Sunday Autograph Price: £10 ANH - pilot in cantina, Stormtrooper Bond - Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, Living Daylights Superman - policeman Batman - croupier at Wayne Manor
  13. Latest Guest Announcement - Pam Rose Attending: Saturday Autograph Price: £10 ANH - cantina girl Superman - daily planet staff Batman - casino guest
  14. Latest Guest Announcement - Marolyn Turk Attending: Saturday Autograph Price: £10 Hoth Rebel - Empire Strikes Back Beedo - Return of the Jedi James Bond - Octopussy, View to a Kill, MI5 agent 'world is not enough', Ice palace party guest 'Die Another Day' Superman I & II Batman Indiana Jones & Last Crusade
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Glenn Fabry Attending: Sat/Sun DC/Vertigo cover artist: Hellblazer; Preacher Renowned these days primarily for his cover paintings​, Glenn Fabry hit the ground running, his 1985 comics debut drawing Sláine for 2000 AD garnering him immediate attention. He remained associated with the series until 1993 although his covers for the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic, Judge Dredd: The Megazine and Crisis had already brought him to the attention of DC, which installed him as its regular Hellblazer cover artist in 1992. Increasingly more cover work followed, most notably for Preacher, although he has continued to illustrate the occasional story. Among his notable interior credits are Batman/Judge Dredd: Die Laughing [1998], The Authority: Kev and The Authority: More Kev [2002/2004], Thor: Vikings [2003] and Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere [2005].
  16. Latest Guest Announcement - Simon Bisley Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Lobo; Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgment on Gotham Quickly recognised as a fearsome talent, Simon Bisley began his comics career in 1988, painting ABC Warriors for 2000 AD. The following year he moved on to Sláine the Horned King for the self-styled Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, firmly establishing himself as a fan favourite and as a talented cover artist along the way. His first US work came later in 1989 via DC, which appointed him as regular cover artist on its Doom Patrol series. Released in 1990, the Lobo four-parter shot him into the ranks of comics superstardom while 1991’s Batman/Judge Dredd: Judgment on Gotham elevated his standing even further. Increasingly in demand as a cover artist (for music albums and computer games as well as comics), he cut back on storytelling assignments although not entirely. Over the next few years he contributed sporadically to Heavy Metal as well as illustrating 1992’s Lobo’s Back mini and 2000’s Batman/Lobo one-shot. His most recent sequential art has been Heavy Metal’s 2012 graphic novel trilogy The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and The Tower Chronicles: Geisthawk four-parter published by Legendary Comics in the same year.
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Paul Grist Attending: Sat/Sun PAUL GRIST Writer/artist: Jack Staff; Mudman After a stint working on traditional British weeklies for DC Thomson and Fleetway while honing his craft on the small press scene, Paul Grist self-published Kane [1983]. Subsequently he teamed up with future superstar writer Grant Morrison for St Swithin’s Day, a controversial four-parter first serialised by Trident Comics in the first four issues of its Trident anthology [1989-90]. While he has worked throughout his career for mainstream publishers on titles as varied as Crisis, 1994’s Grendel Tales: The Devil in our Midst (his first major US work) and Titan’s Torchwood Comic, his primary focus has always been on his own creations. He has carved his own niche with such idiosyncratic titles as Burglar Bill, Jack Staff and most recently Mudman.
  18. latest Guest Announcement - Garrick Hagon Attending: Friday Autograph: £10 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope - Red Three (Biggs) Me and Orson Welles - Dr. Mewling La Vie en Rose - American doctor Black Book - British General Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Denver Reporter The Jacket - Defense Lawyer Chasing Liberty - Secretary of State Spy Game - CIA Director Cy Wilson Mission: Impossible - CNN Reporter Batman - Bruce Wayne's Dad Cry Freedom - McElrea The Spy Who Loved Me - USS Wayne Crewman A Bridge Too Far - Lieutenant Rafferty Antony and Cleopatra - Eros Fatherland (TV movie) - Elliot Doctor Who (TV series) - Ky (6 episodes, 1972) https://imdb.com/name/nm0353796/
  19. We are very pleased to announce we have not 1 but 2 Batmobiles that will be on display at this years London Film and Comic Con. We have the 1966 Batmobile: As well as the 1989 Batmobile:
  20. Latest guest announcement DIANA MULDAUR Attending Fri/Sat/Sun Autograph/Photoshoot Price: £20 Star Trek: The Next Generation (TV series) - Doctor Pulaski (20 episodes, 1988-1989) McQ - Lois One More Train to Rob - Katy The Other - Alexandra Batman (TV series) - Dr. Leslie Thompkins voice (5 episodes, 1992-1993) L.A. Law (TV series) - Rosalind Shays (24 episodes, 1989-1991) The Incredible Hulk (TV series) - Helen Banner / Sister Anita (2 episodes, 1979-1981) McCloud (TV series) - Chris Coughlin / Chris (15 episodes, 1970-1977) Star Trek (TV series) Is There in Truth No Beauty? - Dr. Miranda Jones Star Trek (TV series) Return to Tomorrow - Ann Mulhall Dr. Kildare (TV series) - Jeannie Orloff (5 episodes, 1966) http://imdb.com/name/nm0611707/
  21. Latest Guest Announcement - Lee Meriwether Attending: Sat/Sun Autograph/Photoshoot Price: £15 Batman The Catwoman / Kitka Batman (TV Series) Lisa Star Trek (TV Series) Losira Mission: Impossible (TV Series) Tracey / Anna Rojak Mission: Impossible (TV Series) Tracey / Anna Rojak Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series) Helen Tilton http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0580886/
  22. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Dave Taylor Attending Sat/Sun Artist – Batman: Death by Design; 2000 AD; Tongue*Lash; Batman: Shadow of the Bat
  23. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Dave Taylor Attending: SAT/SUN Artist – Batman: By Design: Batman and Superman: World’s Finest; 2000 AD
  24. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Alan Grant Attending: Sat/Sun Best know as a Writer – Batman; 2000 AD; Lobo
  25. Paul Gulacy Attending Sat/Sun Artist – Master of Kung Fu; Star Wars: Crimson Empire; Year One: Sabre; Batman/Ra’s al Ghul
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