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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Carter Attending: All Days Comic artist Lee started his career as an artist for award winning games developer Bizarre Creations for 13 years, working on games like Metropolis Street Racer, Project Gotham Racing, Blur, Sega's 'The Club' and James Bond: Blood Stone. Moving into comics, he worked on Necromachia (written by Liam Sharp) for Event Horizon, Witch Hunter, Pirate Tales, Fear the Dead and Mr Stuffins for Boom Studios, The Darkness and became a regular artist for 2000ad, working on titles such as Dead Eyes, Necrophim, Grey Area, Indigo Prime, Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper, and Durham Red. For Michael Bay's 451 Media Group, he drew the miniseries Sunflower, and has just worked on 'Edgar Allen Poes Snifter of Terror' anthology ''Le Duc De L'Omelette" for Ahoy comics. Other work includes concept art for Film 'Outpost 2', art for the intro to the TMNT film, illustrations for Games Workshop, Black Library, toy design for Hasbro, art tutorials for imagineFX, Hatchette, Com-X, Wizards of the coast and many others.
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: David Leach Attending: Both Days DAVID LEACH’s career as a cartoonist, writer and editor spans over 33-years and began in 1986 when he left art college to work as Bob Godfrey’s ghost artist on Henry’s Cat. During his career he has worked for IPC, Marvel UK, Marvel US, BBC Worldwide, Panini, Egmont, Tundra, and Fleetway. His work has appeared in The Sunday Times, Telegraph, Sun and Private Eye as well as: Whizzer & Chips, Gas, Brain Damage, UT, Moose Kid, Casper, The Toxic Crusaders and 1980’s cult British comics, Toxic! and Oink!. He created Psycho Gran for Oink! and The Dinner Ladies from Hell and The Driver, (which he co-created) for the cult comic Toxic! He also co-wrote and drew The Toxic Crusaders for Marvel US. He joined Titan Books In 2008 as the Graphic Novel Editor. There he compiling collections of classic titles like Roy of the Rovers, Jane, Betty Boop, Flash Gordon, Dan Dare, Best of Battle, and Mandrake the Magician before moving to the Comic division of Titan to edit the SpongBob SquarePants and Adventure Time comic magazines. He went on to write and edit the Wallace and Gromit daily newspaper strip for the Sun newspaper, before working on Titan’s new range of newsstand comic titles including The Blacklist, Fighting American, Hammer Horror: The Mummy & Captain Kronos, Dan Dare, Anno Dracula: 5 Days of Mayhem, SuperMansion and the critically acclaimed new series of The Prisoner: The Uncertainty Machine. In 2011 he brought Psycho Gran out of retirement to appear in David Lloyd's Aces Weekly digital comic and her own digital comic available exclusively from Comixology. In 2013 David co-won Channel Four’s Come Dine With Me. In 2014 Dead Universe Comics published the first two issues of David Leach Conquers the Universe and in 2018 published the second issue of Psycho Gran Vs… a new 4-book mini series. In 2019 David was promoted to Senior Creative Editor and is currently working on new titles including Blade Runner 2019 and an all-new graphic novel adaptation of Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Phantom of the Opera.
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nigel Parkinson Attending: Both Days Draws Dennis (the Menace) and Gnasher and draws most other Beano and Dandy characters at some time or other for the weekly comic, the annuals, summer and winters specials and provides the artwork for posters, T shirts, keyrings, you name it. Any special Beano project, such as the Stella McCartney Paris Fashion Week show last year, the V&A Dundee opening, the Isle of Man Post Office Christmas Stamps, the National Television Awards in January, regular media stories involving Beano-styled celebrities, will all have been his work. He was responsible for the acclaimed “Harry Hill’s Adventures in TV Land” for The Dandy. He’s also drawn Thunderbirds, Grange Hill, Baywatch, Stingray, Count Arthur Strong, Ace Ventura Pet Detective etc, etc over a 39 year career.
  4. Renee Rienties is een jong Nederlandse artist met heel veel talent. Dat is niet alleen te zien met haar eerste webcomicserie “My daily life of de short story in Hollandsch Manga maar ook Oyasumi, een manga met een horrorthema dat ze met 2 anderen heeft gecreëerd.
  5. Amrit Birdi is de artist van de Username serie, geschreven door de vlogger Joe Sugg oftewel ThatcherJoe. Zijn tekenstijl sierde daarnaast de covers van comicseries als Assassin’s Creed Awakenings. Daarnaast heeft Amrit comic book art, concept art en storyboards geleverd voor andere Marvel/Disney, Nike, Titan Comics, Netflix en Square Enix . Zijn nieuwste uitdaging is een serie graphic novels rondom Alex Rider.
  6. Ian is a comic book penciller, inker and cover artist best known for his work across several publishers, working on titles from 2000AD, Image Comics, Marvel UK/Panini, Darkhorse Comics & Zenescope Entertainment among others. Particularly known for his work on Noble Causes, Sinister Dexter, Judge Dredd, Halo, Grimm Fairy Tales, Evil Heroes & The Black Sable. He is currently a regular cover artist every month for Zenescope Entertainment across their Wonderland, Red Agent, Evil Heroes, Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Spirit Hunters, Black Sable, Peek-A-Boo, Crown of Kings titles and more! You’ll also find Ian as the penciller for all the art on the soon to be released later 2019 title The Unthinkables."
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Rian Hughes Attending: All Days Rian Hughes is a British graphic designer, illustrator and comics artist, noted for his work on 2000AD, where he illustrated Robo-Hunter, Tales from Beyond Science, Really and Truly and Dan Dare among others. Since leaving comics illustration, Rian has become a successful advertising artist, graphic designer and font designer, recently redesigning Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men logos for Marvel, and Batman, Incorporated, Batgirl, The Atom, Metal Men and Batman and Robin for DC Comics among many others. He runs his own company, Device, with clients including Virgin Airways, Penguin Books, DC Comics, Eurostar, the BBC and a range of magazines and newspapers.
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Phil Winslade Attending: All Days Over his career in comics, Phil has worked for 2000AD, DC Comics, Vertigo, Dark Horse and Marvel among others, working on titles including Goddess (with Garth Ennis), Daredevil/Spider-Man, Judge Dredd, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Howard The Duck, Vamps and many more. His work has won him a 1997 National Cartoonists Society nomination for Best Comic Book and he was nominated for the 1996 “Best Cover Artist” and “Best Painter” Eisner Award for his work on Vertigo‘s Goddess and Vamps: Hollywood & Vein His collaboration with Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, Monolith was serialised by DC Comics and also published by Image Comics as an oversized hardback edition. Phil returned to 2000AD / Judge Dredd: The Megazine for Lawless: Welcome To Badrock and has recently drew the iconic team up of Batman and Top Cat for DC.
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Mike Collins Attending: All Days Mike is a Cardiff based writer and illustrator best known for his work on licensed properties such as DOCTOR WHO, CAPTAIN BRITAIN, TRANSFORMERS, STAR TREK, BABYLON 5 and 2000AD. Best known as the penciller on the Panini DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE comic since the TV show’s triumphant return, he had the longest uninterrupted run as artist on the strip, and pencilled the debut stories of each of the three new Doctors, Eccleston, Tennant and Smith. He still draws the flagship strip, alternating with Martin Geraghty. He illustrated two successful BBC original DOCTOR WHO graphic novels, and has drawn for the US IDW DOCTOR WHO comic book series. He began his career with Marvel UK and 2000AD, writing and drawing comic strips such as SPIDER-MAN, TRANSFORMERS, JUDGE DREDD, SLAINE and ROGUE TROOPER among others. He went on to work for both DC and Marvel Comics, working on titles like WONDER WOMAN, BATMAN, SUPERMAN, FLASH, TEEN TITANS, CAPTAIN BRITAIN, DARKSTARS, PETER CANNON: THUNDERBOLT and X-MEN, where he drew issue #266, involving the first appearance of the X-Man GAMBIT. He also provides storyboards for TV shows and films, including both SHERLOCK and the new series of DOCTOR WHO.
  10. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Nick Roach Attending: Saturday & Sunday Nick Roche is a writer/artist best known for helping IDW Publishing's TRANSFORMERS reach widespread critical acclaim, most notably with the WRECKERS SAGA (Last Stand of The Wreckers, co-written with James Roberts, was selected as IGN.com's 'Best Transformers Comic Of All Time') and his contribution to MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE. When not in deep space with giant robots, Nick has also worked with Marvel Comics on DEATH'S HEAD and NEW WARRIORS, co-created horror comedy comic MONSTER MOTORS with 'Minions' screenwriter Brian Lynch, and provided music video artwork and album cover design for rock band, The Darkness Nick is currently working on creator-owned material, has recently been announced as part of the creative team behind the new DEATH’S HEAD series at Marvel, and is providing covers for Marvel Comics and for multiple IDW and Titan Comics titles.
  11. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lew Stringer Attending: All Days Lew Stringer began his career in comics in 1983, creating humour strips for Marvel UK titles such as THE DAREDEVILS, SPIDER-MAN, and THE TRANSFORMERS. He swiftly expanded his portfolio to freelance for IPC and other companies on OINK!, BUSTER, VIZ, and many other publications for a range of age groups. His most popular characters include COMBAT COLIN, TOM THUG, PETE AND HIS PIMPLE, ROBO-CAPERS, and many more. Over the last three decades, Lew has created strips both as a writer and artist for numerous mainstream publications in the UK as well as occasionally generating his own self-published comics. Internationally, Lew produced a series of BRICKMAN strips for Image Comics' ELEPHANTMEN, back up comic-horror pages for Dark Horse's GRINDHOUSE, and created THE SUBURBAN SATANISTS for the Scandinavian comic HERMAN HEDNING. In more recent times, Lew has worked on legendary British comics THE DANDY and THE BEANO, along with DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE, TOXIC, and EPIC magazines.
  12. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: John McCrea Attending: Saturday & Sunday John McCrea has been drawing comics for 30 years ( his most famous work is Hitman for DC ) and has worked on Wolverine, Deadpool, Spider man and the Hulk for Marvel , Batman, Catwoman, Wonder Woman and Superman for DC , Mythic for Image comics and Judge Dredd for 2000ad. He has just drawn the Uncanny X men for Marvel, due out Feb 6th. Check out his Website, Facebook page & Shop
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Emma Vieceli From self-publishing to some of the biggest book publishers in the world, Emma loves telling stories with pictures and believes that comics should be 'By anyone, About anything, For everyone'. Currently the writer for Life is Strange (Titan comics), she is perhaps better known as an artist, and her recent work includes: Olivia Twist (Dark Horse), Alex Rider (Walker books), The Adventures of Supergirl (DC comics), Doctor Who (Titan comics), Jem & the holograms (IDW) the New York Times-bestselling Vampire Academy graphic novel series (Penguin Random House), Back to the Future (IDW) and Avalon Chronicles (Oni Press) She co-creates the critically acclaimed independent web series, BREAKS with Malin Ryden (collected editions published through Soaring Penguin), with Vieceli co-writing and 'comicking' (art/tone/letters). Alongside comics, she worked on the A&E television series, Bates Motel, providing the sketchbook found by Norman Bates, and as an artist with tinyrebel on their Doctor Who Infinity games.
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Mike Collins Attending: Sunday Only Artist on the critically acclaimed graphic novel retelling of the first Moon Landing, Apollo he's best known as the penciller on the Panini Doctor Who Magazine comic strip since the TV show’s triumphant return, he had the longest uninterrupted run as artist on the strip, and pencilled the debut stories of each of the first three new Doctors, Eccleston, Tennant and Smith. He still draws the flagship strip, alternating with Martin Geraghty and John Ross. He illustrated two successful BBC original Doctor Who graphic novels, and has drawn for the US IDW Doctor Who comic book series. He's also the creator of the the first ever Welsh language graphic novel Mabinogi, a companion piece for the Cartwyn Cymru animated film of the Celtic myths. The adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol (script Sean Michael Wilson) for Classical Comics was cited as one of the top ten graphic novels of 2010 by The Sunday Times. Creating comics for over 30 years, starting on Spider-Man and Transformers for Marvel UK, he has worked for Marvel, DC, 2000AD and a whole host of other publishers. In that time he’s written or drawn pretty much all the major characters for each company- Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Flash, Teen Titans, X-Men (where he introduced Gambit to the Marvel Universe), Captain Britain, Judge Dredd, Slaine, Rogue Trooper, Darkstars, Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt and more. He currently draws a series of noir crime fiction graphic novels –Varg Veum- in Norse. He is World Famous in Norway. Mike is committed to using comics as an educational tool, running workshops in schools and libraries throughout Wales, targeting ‘reluctant learners’ and was heavily involved in the Read A Million Words In Wales initiative. He also provides storyboards for TV and films, including Doctor Who, Good Omens, His Dark Materials, Class, Sherlock, Knightfall, Warhammer 40K, Igam Ogam, Claude, Hana’s Helpline and Horrid Henry. Outside of comics he has provided graphics and/or storyboards for clients as diverse as the Daily Telegraph, Coca-Cola, Hyundai, Lifebuoy and Colmans. He even illustrated a music video for Agnetta and Gary Barlow. He garnered an improbable amount of publicity for drawing a comic based on the Royal Wedding, which -through an unlikely series of events- led him to cover the actual proceedings as a reporter for Dutch TV. No, really. He lives in Cardiff, Wales and his studio is a short walk away from The Rift.
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Amrit Birdi Amrit Birdi is a Best-Selling Comic Book Artist, most widely known for illustrating Joe Sugg’s Username:Evie series (Hachette). Day to day, Amrit is Creative Director of AmCo Illustration studio where he and his team produce comic & graphic novel art, concept art, storyboards, promotional art, commercial illustration and animation for end-clients such as Disney, Netflix, Walker Books, Square Enix, Titan Comics, Macmillan, Ubisoft and more. To see more of Amrit’s work, keep up to date with him on Instagram, twitter or check out his website. Links - Instagram: Instagram.com/amrit_birdi_ Twitter: twitter.com/amrit_birdi Studio website: www.amritbirdi.co.uk
  16. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Ian Richardson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Ian is a comic book penciller, inker and cover artist best known for his work across several publishers, working on titles from 2000AD, Image Comics, Marvel UK/Panini, Darkhorse Comics & Zenescope Entertainment among others. Like many UK artists, Ian's first professional comics work started at 2000AD working on various Future Shocks, Sinister Dexter & Judge Dredd stories before moving onto Image Comics & the Nobles Causes series for a couple of years. With various stops along the way that have included initial work on the graphic novel for the Harrison Ford & Daniel Craig Cowboys & Aliens movie, some children friendly work on Captain America, the Falcon & Iron Man stories for Marvel UK/Panini, all the way through to work on the Halo comic books at Dark Horse Comics. Currently Ian is a regular cover artist every month for Zenescope Entertainment across their Red Agent, Evil Heroes, Grimm's Fairy Tales, Spirit Hunters, Black Sable titles and more! You'll also find Ian as the penciller for all the art on the soon to be released later this year title The Unthinkables.
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Sonia Leong Attending: Saturday & Sunday Sonia Leong is a multiple award-winning comic artist as well as a key member of Sweatdrop Studios, a comic collaborative and independent publishing group. She has worked with a variety of comic and book publishers including Titan Publishing, Image Comics, Self Made Hero, Hachette, Walker Books and Tokyopop, producing graphic novels, comics, manga, art books, magazine illustrations and children's books. She has also illustrated projects for Toyota GB, BBC, Channel 4, CNN International and others in film/TV. She has provided product demonstrations for Chameleon Art Products, Letraset, Copic and Wacom. Currently, she is working on a series of illustrated fantasy novels called The Chronicles of Ciel, among other things.
  18. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Liam Shalloo Attending: Saturday & Sunday Liam is a Colourist, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Concept Artist and Storyboard Artist. He started out his career by ticking off a life-goal, working as a colourist on the various Transformers titles (G1, Transformers Animated, Beast Wars) for IDW Publishing and tie-ins for the live action movie for Titan Publishing and Harper Collins. Since then he's worked on various Comic Books, Trading Card and merchandise projects including; Spider-Man, Doctor Who, GI-Joe, Godzilla, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers. Outside of comics, he's worked on a lengthy list of video games, over almost every console of the last decade, selling over 26 million copies to date. These include properties such as the SingStar franchise (Sony PlayStation) God of War, Harry Potter, Diggs Nightcrawler, Disney, Train Sim World and The Muppets. Liam is currently working on various video game projects as well as Marvel trading cards for Upper Deck and a continuing series of variant movie posters for PictureHouse Cinema.
  19. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: PJ Holden PJ Holden has drawn comics for 2000AD, Dynamite, Image Comics and Dark Horse. He’s written articles for imagine FX on using Clip Studio Paint, and taught creating comics all over the world – from Athens to Shanghai. Currently he’s drawing James Bond, Story boards for Television and Tanks. So many tanks.
  20. Attending: Saturday & Sunday Sonia Leong is a multiple award-winning comic artist as well as a key member of Sweatdrop Studios, a comic collaborative and independent publishing group. She has worked with a variety of comic and book publishers including Titan Publishing, Image Comics, Self Made Hero, Hachette, Walker Books and Tokyopop, producing graphic novels, comics, manga, art books, magazine illustrations and children's books. She has also illustrated projects for Toyota GB, BBC, Channel 4, CNN International and others in film/TV. She has provided product demonstrations for Chameleon Art Products, Letraset, Copic and Wacom. Currently, she is working on a series of illustrated fantasy novels called The Chronicles of Ciel, among other things.
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Sonia Leong Attending: Saturday & Sunday Sonia Leong is a multiple award-winning comic artist as well as a key member of Sweatdrop Studios, a comic collaborative and independent publishing group. She has worked with a variety of comic and book publishers including Titan Publishing, Image Comics, Self Made Hero, Hachette, Walker Books and Tokyopop, producing graphic novels, comics, manga, art books, magazine illustrations and children's books. She has also illustrated projects for Toyota GB, BBC, Channel 4, CNN International and others in film/TV. She has provided product demonstrations for Chameleon Art Products, Letraset, Copic and Wacom. Currently, she is working on a series of illustrated fantasy novels called The Chronicles of Ciel, among other things.
  22. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Townsend Attending: Saturday & Sunday Lee Townsend started working in the comic industry as an artist for Marvel UK on titles such as Deaths Head, Action Man,Transformers. He then went to work in animation for several years for Disney & Dreamworks, returning to comics working on Spider-Man, Avengers, X-Men, Iron Man, Hulk. Credits for 2000AD include: Judge Dredd, DeMarco P.I, Sinister Dexter, Synammon, Breathing Space, Flesh. Credits for DC include: Hellblazer, World of Warcraft. Top Cow: Kin with Gary Frank. More recently Lee has been drawing comic strips for Cartoon Network & storyboards for advertising & films. He is currently in discussions with Marvel and DC regarding his latest projects. Check out his Website
  23. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Simon Myers Attending: Saturday & Sunday Perhaps best known for his work on the Doctor Who Comic Books by Titan Comics Simon created the “album homage” series of covers and the “watercolour portrait” covers. He has created covers for many more of Titan Comics’ properties such as Assassin’s Creed, Torchwood, Vikings and Sherlock. Simon has created artwork for Dark Horse Comics’ Ghost and Star Wars Insider Magazine. Before embarking on his career as an illustrator Simon worked as a Graphic Designer for the High Street Fashion Industry creating garment graphics for, amongst many others, TopMan, Burton Menswear, Ted Baker and Adidas.
  24. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Stephen Baskerville Attending: Saturday & Sunday 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).
  25. Latest Comic Guest Announcement: Lee Bradley Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers PRIMARILY known within comics for his contributions to various of Titan’s Transformers titles, Lee Bradley spends much of his time working in advertising and storyboarding for films and TV. An accredited LucasFilm artist, he is much in demand to provide illustrations for trading cards with his art appearing in such sets as Mars Attacks: Invasion, Star Wars Galactic Files, Marvel’s Greatest Battles, Women of Marvel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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