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Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Ferguson Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday ARTIST: Supergirl; Freaks; Fury: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary; The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury; PROBABLY best known for his short run on DC's Supergirl in 2008, Lee Ferguson's entrance into the world of comics came a decade earlier when he illustrated Stranger than Fiction, which he co-created for Impact Studios. After that 1998 four-parter he contributed to the two issues of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund's fund-raising Occupational Hazards and to 2001's Heroes, Marvel's one-off tribute to the emergency service workers who risked their lives in the aftermath of the 9-11 terrorist attack on New York's Twin Towers. The following year, after providing illustrations for three of the House of Ideas' Millennial Visions one-shots – X-Men, Marvel Knights and Marvel Universe – Ferguson drew Mutant X: Origins. He followed that one-off with Chamber, an X-Men Icons four-parter after which came Freak (an Image one-shot that he also wrote). Then, after illustrating the three issues of Mr Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons for Moonstone and drawing an 11-pager in the fifth issue of Marvel's X-Men Unlimited, he left the industry for three years. Resurfacing in 2007 at DC, the artist worked on Black Canary Wedding Planner and Supergirl while also co-creating The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury for Archaia. He subsequently migrated to IDW to pencil 2009's G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes four-parter but before doing so worked for Devil's Due (notably on its Sheena: Queen of the Jungle mini) and on the final three (out of four) issues of Image/Top Cow's Cyblade while also drawing the two issues of writer John-Paul Kamath's London Horror Comic. Then, after another year out, he returned to DC where he contributed to Batman 80-Page Giant 2010 and to 2011's Detective Comics Annual #12 before moving to Dynamite for a four-issue run on its Green Hornet spin-off, Kato. After that Ferguson went back to IDW for 2012's Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms five-parter, which he followed with the one and only volume of All You need is Kill. Published in 2014, the Viz Media graphic novel was followed by a contribution to Flash Gordon Annual for Dynamite for which he then worked on a brace of issues of Turok, Dinosaur Hunter. Staying at the New Jersey-based publisher, in 2015 the artist worked on the King: Flash Gordon four-parter before making his way back to Marvel, where he contributed to S.H.I.E.L.D. #9 prior to drawing the Fury: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary one-shot. Most recently Ferguson – who illustrated Superman Classic: A Giant Attack for Random House in 2015 – drew the final two issues of Marvel's Captain America: Civil War Prelude, a 2016 four-parter.