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  1. Latest Guest Announcement - Wai Ching Ho Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Daredevil (TV Series) Madame Gao Iron Fist (TV Series) Madame Gao Orange Is the New Black (TV Series) Mrs. Hu The Sorcerer's Apprentice Chinese Woman http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0387395/
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Andy Diggle Attending: Saturday & Sunday The Losers, 2000AD, Hellblazer, Daredevil, James Bond Andy Diggle is a comics writer and former editor of cult British comic 2000AD. He is currently writing JAMES BOND. Andy is best know for collaborating with Jock on THE LOSERS, which was adapted into the film starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, Zoe Saldana and Idris Elba; and GREEN ARROW: YEAR ONE, which partially inspired the hit TV show ARROW. Andy's creator-owned work includes SNAPSHOT, RAT CATCHER and SILENT DRAGON. His work for US publishers includes BATMAN, SUPERMAN, HELLBLAZER, SWAMP THING and ADAM STRANGE for DC Comics; DAREDEVIL, CAPTAIN AMERICA and THUNDERBOLTS for Marvel; DOCTOR WHO for IDW; THIEF OF THIEVES for Skybound; and UNCANNY and CONTROL for Dynamite. http://www.andydiggle.com/
  3. Latest Guest Announcement - Tony Curran Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Defiance (TV Series) Datak Tarr Underworld: Evolution Marcus Blade II Priest The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Rodney Skinner 24 (TV Series) Lugo Elson Doctor Who (TV Series) Vincent Daredevil (TV Series) Finn Elementary (TV Series) Joshua Vikner http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0192889/
  4. Latest Guest Announcement - Wai Ching Ho Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Daredevil (TV Series) Madame Gao Orange Is the New Black (TV Series) Mrs. Hu The Sorcerer's Apprentice Chinese Woman http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0387395/
  5. Latest Guest Announcement - Michelle Hurd Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Daredevil (TV Series) Samantha Reyes Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series) Linda B. Emery / Linda Bates-Emery Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series) Renee Grover I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine Detective Boyle Bones (TV Series) Detective Rose Harding Charmed (TV Series) Katya Blindspot (TV Series) Shepherd http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0403335/
  6. Latest Guest Announcement - Rex Smith Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Street Hawk (TV Series) Jesse Mach The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (TV Movie) Matt Murdock / Daredevil Baywatch (TV Series) Gavin http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0809688/
  7. Writer: Alien; Predator; The American; Stalkers Screenwriter/producer: Daredevil; Constantine; Battlestar Galactica; Heroes; Smallville; The Mask; Timecop Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday THESE days Mark Verheiden is known for his work as a writer and/or producer on such comics-related TV shows as Daredevil, Constantine and Heroes but he began his career back at Dark Horse Comics back in 1987. His first venture was The American featuring the patriotic superhero that he had created. That ran to eight issues, but it was his second project that made the writer a name to be reckoned with. Midway through his inaugural series he embarked onAliens. A spin-off from Ridley Scott's classic 1986 SF movie of the same name, the six-parter was a huge success, opening the door to numerous other film franchises for Dark Horse (Predator, The Terminator and, most importantly, Star Wars among them) while also establishing the Aliens mythos as a viable milieu that the publisher continues to explore successfully to the present day. For his part, Verheiden went on to write two more minis simply titled Aliens (in 1989 and 1992) and subsequently Aliens: Earth War (1990) while also featuring the murderous extraterrestrials in a contribution to Dark Horse Presents. The latter came in 1988, which was when the writer made his DC debut with a story in Secret Origins #35. From there he moved on seamlessly to Action Comics, becoming one of the scripters on what was then a weekly anthology. His six-issue run on the title ended just as the final issue of The American was published. Next came Big, a one-shot spin-off from the 1988 film starring Tom Hanks. That was published by Hit Comics (a blink-and-you'll-miss-it Dark Horse imprint) and Verheiden followed it with the 13 issues of The Phantom. With his work on DC's resurrection of the hero created by Lee Falk over six decades earlier only just underway, Verheiden brought another movie property to Dark Horse. While not quite matching Aliens' success, Predator was the foundation for another long-lasting line of comics. As he had with Aliens, the writer went on to produce sequels to his 1989 four-parter; Predator: Cold War in 1991 and Predator: Dark River five years later. Then, after revisiting the American in issues of Dark Horse Presents and Atomeka Press's A1, Verheiden migrated to Marvel or rather to its creator-owned Epic Comics imprint. There, in collaboration with co-writer Jan Strnad, he produced the 12 issues of 1990's Stalkers. Although his screenwriting career was now underway (he'd scripted Terror Squad, a 1988 vehicle for Chuck Connors), his comics output continued unabated. He made another return to the American for 1991's Dark Horse Presents Fifth Anniversary Special (and subsequently for the eight issues of the following year'sThe American: Lost in America) while also writing the same year's Human Target Special for DC. He also revisited Stalkers for the four issues of Epic's eponymous 1992 anthology and wrote a three-part Timecop story serialised over the first three issues of Dark Horse Comics. Two years later Verheiden – who'd also worked on The Mask movie in 1992 – not only wrote the Timecop film but also Dark Horse's two-issue adaptation of the feature, which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme). Then, other than another American story in 1997's Dark Horse Presents Annual and a serial that ran across three issues of Dark Horse Presents, the writer produced no further comics work for six years. In the interim Verheiden had been gaining more and more screen credits. His name was attached to such titles as Perversions of Science (1997) and 1997's Timecop TV series (and the direct-to-video Timecop: The Berlin Decision, which came along six years later) before he became involved with Smallville in 2001. It was that Superman-as-a-teen series that brought the writer back to comics. Initially a contributor to DC's Smallville: The Comic (a 2002 one-shot), he went on to author stories in the first five issues of the Smallville comic, which premiered the following year. In 2005, and following a Stalkers one-shot for Atomeka, he scripted a 10-issue run on Superman. After that came 11 straight issues of Superman/Batman following which Verheiden (who'd scripted 2007's My Name is Bruce movie for Bruce Campbell) wrote The Evil Dead, a 2008 Dark Horse four-parter based on 1983's Sam Raimi-directed cult classic of the same name that had made a offbeat star out of Campbell). Apart from a 2008 Dark Horse one-shot given away with the My Name is Bruce DVD, a contribution to DC's DCU Halloween Special later that year and a 2012 eight-pager for Dark Horse Presents, that brought Verheiden's comics career to a close (at least for now). That story in Dark Horse Presents #14, however, linked back to the writer's screenwriting career. It was a spin-off from Falling Skies, which he'd been involved with since 2010. Prior to that he'd also worked on other TV shows, among them Dark Shadows, Battlestar Galactica and Heroes. Since Falling Skies his screen credits have included Hemlock Grove, Constantine and Daredevil.
  8. Latest Guest Announcement - Elden Henson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £25 Photo Session Price: £25 Daredevil (TV Series) Foggy Nelson The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Pollux The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Pollux Grey's Anatomy (TV Series) Matt Smithson Psych (TV Series) Clive Cast Away Elden Madden The Mighty Ducks Fulton Reed (as Elden Ratliff) Turner & Hooch Eric Boyett (as Elden Ratliff) http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0711805/?ref_=nv_sr_1
  9. Latest Guest Announcement - Tom Walker Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photoshoot Price: £15 Daredevil (TV Series) Francis http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2142537/
  10. Latest Guest Announcement - Peter Shinkoda Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photoshoot Price: £15 Daredevil (TV Series) Nobu Falling Skies (TV Series) Dai Stargate SG-1 (TV Series) Caledonian Aide http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0793946/
  11. Latest Guest Announcement - Andy Diggle Attending: Saturday and Sunday Writer: The Losers, Daredevil, 2000 AD, Six Guns, Thunderbolts, Green Arrow: Year One Writer: The Losers, Daredevil, 2000 AD, Six Guns, Thunderbolts, Green Arrow: Year One TWO YEARS after joining the Judge Dredd Megazine editorial team, Andy Diggle formally became editor of the title as well as its long-running parent, 2000 AD. He remained in the post for two years, resigning to embark on a freelance writing career in 2002. His earliest stories appeared in 2000 AD but he was quickly headhunted by DC's mature readers imprint, Vertigo. A four-issue Hellblazer: Lady Constantine (2003) led to The Losers, which ran 32 issues until 2006. Both launched in 2003, the same year he collaborated with Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner on the four issues of Judge Dredd vs Aliens: Incubus for Dark Horse and a year before he relaunched Swamp Thing for Vertigo. After scripting that title's initial six-chapter serial Diggle moved on to his first overt excursion into the world of superheroes. An eight-parter for DC, Adam Strange​ was followed by 2005's six-issue Silent Dragon, a futuristic creator-owned title for DC's Wildstorm imprint after which the writer authored his first project for Marvel. A 2006 one-shot, Punisher: Silent Night was followed by the first six issues of DC's Batman Confidential and Gamekeeper – a five-parter co-written by filmmaker Guy Ritchie – for Virgin before he returned to Vertigo for 18-issues of Hellblazer alongside which he also scripted 2007's Green Arrow: Year One six-parter for DC Leaving Vertigo in 2009 Diggle moved to Marvel for what would be his most high profile series to date. He remained on Thunderbolts for only for 11 issues but his next move – to Daredevil – took his career to even greater heights. In between he authored Ratcatcher, a 2010 graphic novel for the newly established Vertigo Crime line, it indicated a new direction for Diggle, one that would infuse his Daredevil work. His 12-issue run on the title segued into Shadowland, a major 2010 five-parter that wrapped up the blind superhero's current title and which – along with the Diggle-written Daredevil: Reborn – laid the groundwork for a Daredevil relaunch. The writer followed that 2011 five-parter with another Marvel miniseries of the same length. Released in 2012, Six Guns was also more about crime than about bombastic superhero activities while Snapshot (which marked his return to Judge Dredd Megazine) was even more ground level. Next, however, came classic science fiction as IDW commissioned Diggle to relaunch BBC TV's iconic Time Lord in an ongoing Doctor Who comic for the American market. But then it was back to crime as the regular writer of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's Image series Thief of Thieves and – after an abortive flirtation with DC's Action Comics – Uncanny, a six-part "paranormal thriller" for Dynamite's crime line. Currently scripting Thief of Thieves and the recently launched Uncanny Season 2, Diggle did step back into the world of superheroes in 2014 for Marvel's four-issue Captain America: Living Legend.
  12. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Andy Diggle Appearing: Fri/Sat/Sun Writer: The Losers, Daredevil, 2000 AD, Six Guns, Thunderbolts, Green Arrow: Year One TWO YEARS after joining the Judge Dredd Megazine editorial team, Andy Diggle formally became editor of the title as well as its long-running parent, 2000 AD. He remained in the post for two years, resigning to embark on a freelance writing career in 2002. His earliest stories appeared in 2000 AD but he was quickly headhunted by DC's mature readers imprint, Vertigo. A four-issue Hellblazer: Lady Constantine (2003) led to The Losers, which ran 32 issues until 2006. Both launched in 2003, the same year he collaborated with Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner on the four issues of Judge Dredd vs Aliens: Incubus for Dark Horse and a year before he relaunched Swamp Thing for Vertigo. After scripting that title's initial six-chapter serial Diggle moved on to his first overt excursion into the world of superheroes. An eight-parter for DC, Adam Strange​ was followed by 2005's six-issue Silent Dragon, a futuristic creator-owned title for DC's Wildstorm imprint after which the writer authored his first project for Marvel. A 2006 one-shot, Punisher: Silent Night was followed by the first six issues of DC's Batman Confidential and Gamekeeper – a five-parter co-written by filmmaker Guy Ritchie – for Virgin before he returned to Vertigo for 18-issues of Hellblazer alongside which he also scripted 2007's Green Arrow: Year One six-parter for DC Leaving Vertigo in 2009 Diggle moved to Marvel for what would be his most high profile series to date. He remained on Thunderbolts for only for 11 issues but his next move – to Daredevil – took his career to even greater heights. In between he authored Ratcatcher, a 2010 graphic novel for the newly established Vertigo Crime line, it indicated a new direction for Diggle, one that would infuse his Daredevil work. His 12-issue run on the title segued into Shadowland, a major 2010 five-parter that wrapped up the blind superhero's current title and which – along with the Diggle-written Daredevil: Reborn – laid the groundwork for a Daredevil relaunch. The writer followed that 2011 five-parter with another Marvel miniseries of the same length. Released in 2012, Six Guns was also more about crime than about bombastic superhero activities while Snapshot (which marked his return to Judge Dredd Megazine) was even more ground level. Next, however, came classic science fiction as IDW commissioned Diggle to relaunch BBC TV's iconic Time Lord in an ongoing Doctor Who comic for the American market. But then it was back to crime as the regular writer of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's Image series Thief of Thieves and – after an abortive flirtation with DC's Action Comics – Uncanny, a six-part "paranormal thriller" for Dynamite's crime line. Currently scripting Thief of Thieves and the recently launched Uncanny Season 2, Diggle did step back into the world of superheroes in 2014 for Marvel's four-issue Captain America: Living Legend.
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Andy Diggle Writer: The Losers, Daredevil, 2000 AD, Six Guns, Thunderbolts, Green Arrow: Year One TWO YEARS after joining the Judge Dredd Megazine editorial team, Andy Diggle formally became editor of the title as well as its long-running parent, 2000 AD. He remained in the post for two years, resigning to embark on a freelance writing career in 2002. His earliest stories appeared in 2000 AD but he was quickly headhunted by DC's mature readers imprint, Vertigo. A four-issue Hellblazer: Lady Constantine (2003) led to The Losers, which ran 32 issues until 2006. Both launched in 2003, the same year he collaborated with Judge Dredd co-creator John Wagner on the four issues of Judge Dredd vs Aliens: Incubus for Dark Horse and a year before he relaunched Swamp Thing for Vertigo. After scripting that title's initial six-chapter serial Diggle moved on to his first overt excursion into the world of superheroes. An eight-parter for DC, Adam Strange​ was followed by 2005's six-issue Silent Dragon, a futuristic creator-owned title for DC's Wildstorm imprint after which the writer authored his first project for Marvel. A 2006 one-shot, Punisher: Silent Night was followed by the first six issues of DC's Batman Confidential and Gamekeeper – a five-parter co-written by filmmaker Guy Ritchie – for Virgin before he returned to Vertigo for 18-issues of Hellblazer alongside which he also scripted 2007's Green Arrow: Year One six-parter for DC Leaving Vertigo in 2009 Diggle moved to Marvel for what would be his most high profile series to date. He remained on Thunderbolts for only for 11 issues but his next move – to Daredevil – took his career to even greater heights. In between he authored Ratcatcher, a 2010 graphic novel for the newly established Vertigo Crime line, it indicated a new direction for Diggle, one that would infuse his Daredevil work. His 12-issue run on the title segued into Shadowland, a major 2010 five-parter that wrapped up the blind superhero's current title and which – along with the Diggle-written Daredevil: Reborn – laid the groundwork for a Daredevil relaunch. The writer followed that 2011 five-parter with another Marvel miniseries of the same length. Released in 2012, Six Guns was also more about crime than about bombastic superhero activities while Snapshot (which marked his return to Judge Dredd Megazine) was even more ground level. Next, however, came classic science fiction as IDW commissioned Diggle to relaunch BBC TV's iconic Time Lord in an ongoing Doctor Who comic for the American market. But then it was back to crime as the regular writer of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's Image series Thief of Thieves and – after an abortive flirtation with DC's Action Comics – Uncanny, a six-part "paranormal thriller" for Dynamite's crime line. Currently scripting Thief of Thieves and the recently launched Uncanny Season 2, Diggle did step back into the world of superheroes in 2014 for Marvel's four-issue Captain America: Living Legend. http://ifanboy.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/SIXGUNS001_cvr_col_FINAL.jpg
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Cary Nord Artist: Daredevil, Conan, X-0 Manowar IT DID not take Cary Nord long to make his presence known. After contributing to three issues of DC's Showcase '93, three of Marvel Comics Presents the following year and drawing 1995's Ghost Rider: Crossroads one-shot, the Canadian artist took over Daredevil, working on14 issues of the Marvel title between 1996 and 1998 while also illustrating fill-ins and such one-offs as Bruce Wayne, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Star Trek: The Next Generation/X-Men: Second Contact along the way. Nord followed a sporadic 1999-2000 run on Mutant X with a move back to DC where he drew a number of one-shots, Sins of Youth: Batboy and Robin and Green Lantern/Adam Strange. Then, after more fill-ins for Marvel and DC, the artist turned up at Dark Horse where he drew the three-issue Ripley's Believe It or Not! before relaunching Robert E Howard's archetypal sword and sorcery hero, Conan into his own comic. He drew all but 13 of the first 45 issues of Conan before heading back to Marvel for two 2008 four-parters – Ultimate Human and Secret Invasion: X-Men. After that Nord's sequential tailed off as he became increasingly in demand for his covers. He did, however, pencil two one-shots – Thor: The Trial of Thor [2009] and X-Men Origins: Nightcrawler [2010] before becoming the first creator to sign exclusively to the newly resurrected Valiant Entertainment in 2012. Since then he has illustrated 13 of the first 25 issues of X-0 Manowar as well as Unity #0 and 2014's Eternal Warrior: Days of Steel three-parter (his most recent assignment).
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Cary Nord Artist: Daredevil, Conan, X-0 Manowar IT DID not take Cary Nord long to make his presence known. After contributing to three issues of DC's Showcase '93, three of Marvel Comics Presents the following year and drawing 1995's Ghost Rider: Crossroads one-shot, the Canadian artist took over Daredevil, working on14 issues of the Marvel title between 1996 and 1998 while also illustrating fill-ins and such one-offs as Bruce Wayne, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Star Trek: The Next Generation/X-Men: Second Contact along the way. Nord followed a sporadic 1999-2000 run on Mutant X with a move back to DC where he drew a number of one-shots, Sins of Youth: Batboy and Robin and Green Lantern/Adam Strange. Then, after more fill-ins for Marvel and DC, the artist turned up at Dark Horse where he drew the three-issue Ripley's Believe It or Not! before relaunching Robert E Howard's archetypal sword and sorcery hero, Conan into his own comic. He drew all but 13 of the first 45 issues of Conan before heading back to Marvel for two 2008 four-parters – Ultimate Human and Secret Invasion: X-Men. After that Nord's sequential tailed off as he became increasingly in demand for his covers. He did, however, pencil two one-shots – Thor: The Trial of Thor [2009] and X-Men Origins: Nightcrawler [2010] before becoming the first creator to sign exclusively to the newly resurrected Valiant Entertainment in 2012. Since then he has illustrated 13 of the first 25 issues of X-0 Manowar as well as Unity #0 and 2014's Eternal Warrior: Days of Steel three-parter (his most recent assignment).
  16. Phil Winslade Artist – Howard the Duck, The Monolith; Men at War; Nevada; Daredevil/Spider-Man Attending Fri/Sat/Sun
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