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  1. 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 Doctor Who. Hopgood made his US debut in 1988 with issue #4 of G.I. Joe European Missions,continuing to contribute to that Marvel title until the following year. Marvel US came calling again in 1992 at which time he became the regular penciller on Iron Man. He stayed on that series for just over two years during which time he co-created War Machine. Stories for the Warhammer Monthly anthology (published by Games Workshop’s Black Library imprint for which he also drew three Darkblade graphic novels) followed but by 2000 he was all-but out of comics. He resurfaced in 2008 to draw two Warhammer 40,000 minis for BOOM! Studios but then chose to concentrate on illustrating children's books and educational books. That was until 2014, when he contributed briefly to 2000 AD's companion title, Judge Dredd Megazine​.
  2. 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 his US debut in 1988 with issue #4 of G.I. Joe European Missions,continuing to contribute to that Marvel title until the following year. Marvel US came calling again in 1992 at which time he became the regular penciller on Iron Man. He stayed on that series for just over two years during which time he co-created War Machine. Stories for the Warhammer Monthly anthology (published by Games Workshop’s Black Library imprint for which he also drew three Darkblade graphic novels) followed but by 2000 he was all-but out of comics. He resurfaced in 2008 to draw two Warhammer 40,000 minis for BOOM! Studios but then chose to concentrate on illustrating children's books and educational books. That was until 2014, when he contributed briefly to 2000 AD's companion title, Judge Dredd Megazine​.
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Salvador Larroca Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Artist: Darth Vader; Invincible Iron Man; X-Men; Fantastic Four; Ghost Rider TODAY Salvador Larroca is drawing Darth Vader for Marvel but if it wasn’t for a drastic change of career path, he could still be drawing maps in his native Spain. Starting out as a cartographer, Larroca took to drawing pin-ups and back-up strips for various titles published by Planeta de Agostini, which reprinted Marvel comics in Spain, before Marvel UK came calling in 1993. Then in the midst of a massive expansion the House of Ideas’ British arm hired him to work on Dark Angel and Death’s Head II although within a year it had lost him to the American market. The Spanish artist’s first US work was Ghost Rider, which he illustrated until 1997. Alongside his run of 31 straight issues on the Marvel title – for which he also produced virtually every cover – Larroca also pencilled six issues of The Flash for DC, 1996’s Speed Demon (an Amalgam one-shot co-published by DC and Marvel) and more than a handful of fill-ins and covers before moving on to four 1997 issues of Marvel’s Excalibur. Larroca, who often inks and colours his own work, then took on two 1997 four-parters – Psylocke & Archangel: Crimson Dawn and Heroes Reborn: The Return – before pencilling a 31-issue run on Fantastic Four and then six issues of Uncanny X-Men, a title he returned to in 2004 for another six-issue run and in 2007 for a five-chapter serial. With his profile and popularity ever-rising, in 2001 Larroca launched a new X-title, drawing the first 24 issues of X-Treme X-Men (as well as all 46 of the series’ covers) before taking on two 2003 miniseries(Ultimate Daredevil and Elektra and Namor) and then moving to X-Men. Larroca stayed on that title – subsequently renamed New X-Men and then X-Men Legacy – until 2006, putting 25 consecutive issues (and covers) under his belt. Along the way the artist – who subsequently made a swift six-issue return to X-Men – also fitted in 2004’s Ultimate Elektra five-parter and the five issues of the following year’s Spider-Man: House of M. His next major project was newuniversal. He followed the six-parter, which premiered in 2007, with a five-issue run on Ultimate X-Men after which Larroca launched Invincible Iron Man. He stayed on the 2008 comic for an impressive 61 issues, leaving it to introduce another new title, 2013’s Cable and X-Force, for which he illustrated the first 15 issues. Then after a five-issue Avengers run and 2015’s Death of Wolverine: The Weapon X Program #1-3, the prolific Spanish artist (who continues to produce a regular flow of covers as well as the occasional one-off) made the move to his current home, illustrating the tales of the infamous Dark Lord of the Sith as Marvel relaunched its Star Wars line.
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Kev Hopgood Appearing: Sat/Sun 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 he 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. He made his US debut in 1988 with issue #4 of G.I. Joe European Missions continuing to contribute to that Marvel title until the following year. Marvel US came calling again in 1992 at which time he became the regular penciller on Iron Man. He stayed on that series for just over two years during which time he co-created War Machine. Stories for the Warhammer Monthly anthology (published by Games Workshop’s Black Library imprint for which he also drew three Darkblade graphic novels) followed but by 2000 he was all-but out of comics. He resurfaced in 2008 to draw two Warhammer 40,000 minis for BOOM! Studios but – although he then chose to concentrate on illustrating children's books and educational books – in 2014 he began contributing to 2000 AD's companion title, Judge Dredd Megazine​.
  5. We are pleased to announce that our latest guest for London Film & Comic Con 2014 is the comic world legend Stan Lee, making his final European appearance! Autograph: £45 Photo Session: £35 Talk: £25 Exclusive Comic Gold Pass £195 (see shop for details) Stan will be signing autographs across the weekend, as well as participating in photo sessions, talks and an exclusive meet and greet on the Saturday evening. Tickets are available to purchase here at our online store: http://www.btowstore...gories/LFCC2014 There will also be exclusive merchandise available at our event, so keep your eyes peeled for more information! This will be Stan Lee’s final European signing appearance. In celebration of this you are all cordially invited to attend our London Film & Comic Con, where Stan Lee is looking forward to meeting all his fans! He absolutely loves meeting fans, and this event is no exception! We are very lucky to be hosting his final signing appearance, we recommend that you do not miss this amazing opportunity, we hope that you all appreciate the importance of this show to him. After decades of meeting his fans, he has finally decided that long distance travel is to be left to the likes of Iron Man, who can do it far faster and look a little more awesome when doing so! And thanks to the world being safely left in the hands of our superheroes, he can hang up his cape on the European circuit. Now a little bit about Stan himself. Stan Lee’s expansive work includes all genres from romantic to action, and comedy to funny animal, however he is best known for his creation and co-creation of some of the biggest comic characters in history, including Iron Man, the X-Men, Hulk, Captain America, Ghost Rider, Daredevil and more! Stan Lee has had a lot of involvement with the comic to screen transformation of his characters, from producing and voicing, to hosting and guest starring, he’s done it all! He has most recently been an executive producer on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, the hit TV series about Agent Coulson and his trusty team who protect our world from dangerous enemies and artefacts that we simply should not and cannot know about! Stan has also been executive producer on all of his works which have been made into feature films. This includes Iron Man, The Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, The Punisher, Elektra, Daredevil, The Avengers, Thor and many, many more! Lee’s cameo appearances include the following: X-Men (2000) – Hotdog Vendor Hulk (2003) – Security Guard Fantastic Four (2005) - Willie Lumpkin X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) – Waterhose Man Spider-Man 3 (2007) - Man in Times Square Iron Man 2 (2010) – Larry King
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Kev Hopgood Attending: Sat/Sun Artist – Iron Man; 2000 AD 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) Hopgood resurfaced drawing mainstream comics. Like many of his peers he 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. He made his US debut in 1988 with issue #4 of G.I. Joe European Missions continuing to contribute to that Marvel title until the following year. Marvel US came calling again in 1992 at which time he became the regular penciller on Iron Man. He stayed on the title for just over two years during which time he co-created War Machine. Stories for the Warhammer Monthly anthology (published by Games Workshop’s Black Library imprint for which he also drew three Darkblade graphic novels) followed but by 2000 he was all-but out of comics. He resurfaced in 2008 to draw two Warhammer 40,000 minis for BOOM! Studios but has since returned to illustrating children's books and educational books.
  7. Showmasters is delighted to announce that Adi Granov will be joining the roster of top talent already lined up for the Comics Zone at the year’s London Film and Comic Con. ABOUT ADI GRANOV AFTER drawing DreamWave’s 2003 three-parter Necrowar and a 14-pager for Metal Hurlant #10 for Humanoids, Adi Granov was scooped up by Marvel, which he has worked ever since. His initial output for the House of Ideas was providing covers to Iron Man, She-Hulk, Inhumans and Thor: Son of Asgard. He has since gone on to produce covers for numerous other titles, among them Amazing Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, and X-Men. He illustrated the 2005 relaunch of Iron Man, which led to him providing concept art for the Iron Man movies as well as for Avengers Assemble.
  8. Artist: Iron Man, 2000 AD 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) Hopgood resurfaced drawing mainstream comics. Like many of his peers he 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. He made his US debut in 1988 with issue #4 of G.I. Joe European Missions continuing to contribute to that Marvel title until the following year. Marvel US came calling again in 1992 at which time he became the regular penciller on Iron Man. He stayed on the title for just over two years during which time he co-created War Machine. Stories for the Warhammer Monthly anthology (published by Games Workshop’s Black Library imprint for which he also drew three Darkblade graphic novels) followed but by 2000 he was all-but out of comics. He resurfaced in 2008 to draw two Warhammer 40,000 minis for BOOM! Studios but has since returned to illustrating children's books and educational books.
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