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  1. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday Only DENNIS the Menace has featured heavily in Nigel Parkinson's output since 1999, when he became one of the main artists drawing DC Thomson's archetypal badly behaved schoolboy in the pages of The Beano. Since 2012, when he also took over the comic's Minnie the Minx series, he has been the sole artist on the strip but, in a career dating back to 1980 he has illustrated stories of many other characters. For DC Thomson alone he has worked on Beaginnings, which featured the misadventures of Dennis's sister, Bea and The Bash Street Kids in The Beano, where he made his debut in 1997, 15 years after he first contributed to its companion title, The Dandy. For that comic Parkinson has drawn Owen Goal, Cuddles and Dimples, Puss'n'Boots, Marvo the Wonder Chicken and Harry Hill's Real Life Adventures in TV Land while also revamping Lord Snooty. The artist – whose art also graced the pages of such other DC Thomson weeklies asNutty, Beezer, Bunty and Tracy – began his career in 1980. Over the next 20 years he contributed to a wide variety of comics. For Fleetway he worked on Scouse Mouse Comics and Whizzer and Chips as well as on its Gerry Anderson titles,Thunderbirds the Comic, Stingray, Joe 90 and Space Precinct. His extensive credits also include two BBC titles – Beeb, for which he producedGrange Hill, and Fast Forward, for which he drew Baywatch – and IPC's Ace Ventura, Pet Detective.
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - NIKA NARTOVA Colourist: The Beano Attending: Saturday Only ALTHOUGH she colours a variety of stories in The Beano, Nika Nartova is best known for working alongside Nigel Parkinson. She has been colouring the artist's strips not only for The Beano but also for The Dandy and other comics since 2005.
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  4. GARY WHITLOCK Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly ATTENDING: Saturday & Sunday TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his Drell’s Marauders strip for David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created an abundance of gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes. While he has several more Monkeyhound titles in the pipeline, for the past several months Whitlock has been involved with The Sunday Comics. This monthly 15 x 22" title – akin to the newspaper supplements of yore – was launched in the US by Golden Bell Entertainment in 2015.
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nika Nartova Colourist: The Beano ALTHOUGH she colours a variety of stories in The Beano, Nika Nartova is best known for working alongside Nigel Parkinson. She has been colouring the artist's strips not only for The Beano but also for The Dandy and other comics since 2005.
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending:Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Saturday & Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Colourist: The Beano ALTHOUGH she colours a variety of stories in The Beano, Nika Nartova is best known for working alongside Nigel Parkinson. She has been colouring the artist's strips not only for The Beano but also for The Dandy and other comics since 2005.
  10. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: The Beano DENNIS the Menace has featured heavily in Nigel Parkinson's output since 1999, when he became one of the main artists drawing DC Thomson's archetypal badly behaved schoolboy in the pages of The Beano. Since 2012, when he also took over the comic's Minnie the Minx series, he has been the sole artist on the strip but, in a career dating back to 1980 he has illustrated stories of many other characters. For DC Thomson alone he has worked on Beaginnings, which featured the misadventures of Dennis's sister, Bea and The Bash Street Kids in The Beano, where he made his debut in 1997, 15 years after he first contributed to its companion title, The Dandy. For that comic Parkinson has drawn Owen Goal, Cuddles and Dimples, Puss'n'Boots, Marvo the Wonder Chicken and Harry Hill's Real Life Adventures in TV Land while also revamping Lord Snooty. The artist – whose art also graced the pages of such other DC Thomson weeklies as Nutty, Beezer, Bunty and Tracy – began his career in 1980. Over the next 20 years he contributed to a wide variety of comics. For Fleetway he worked on Scouse Mouse Comics and Whizzer and Chips as well as on its Gerry Anderson titles, Thunderbirds the Comic, Stingray, Joe 90 and Space Precinct. His extensive credits also include two BBC titles – Beeb, for which he produced Grange Hill, and Fast Forward, for which he drew Baywatch – and IPC's Ace Ventura, Pet Detective.
  11. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Gary Whitlock Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his work on David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created numerous gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes.
  12. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Colourist: The Beano ALTHOUGH she colours a variety of stories in The Beano, Nika Nartova is best known for working alongside Nigel Parkinson. She has been colouring the artist's strips not only for The Beano but also for The Dandy and other comics since 2005.
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nika Nartova Attending: Saturday & Sunday Colourist: The Beano ALTHOUGH she colours a variety of stories in The Beano, Nika Nartova is best known for working alongside Nigel Parkinson. She has been colouring the artist's strips not only for The Beano but also for The Dandy and other comics since 2005.
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: The Beano DENNIS the Menace has featured heavily in Nigel Parkinson's output since 1999, when he became one of the main artists drawing DC Thomson's archetypal badly behaved schoolboy in the pages of The Beano. Since 2012, when he also took over the comic's Minnie the Minx series, he has been the sole artist on the strip but, in a career dating back to 1980 he has illustrated stories of many other characters. For DC Thomson alone he has worked on Beaginnings, which featured the misadventures of Dennis's sister, Bea and The Bash Street Kids in The Beano, where he made his debut in 1997, 15 years after he first contributed to its companion title, The Dandy. For that comic Parkinson has drawn Owen Goal, Cuddles and Dimples, Puss'n'Boots, Marvo the Wonder Chicken and Harry Hill's Real Life Adventures in TV Land while also revamping Lord Snooty. The artist – whose art also graced the pages of such other DC Thomson weeklies as Nutty, Beezer, Bunty and Tracy – began his career in 1980. Over the next 20 years he contributed to a wide variety of comics. For Fleetway he worked on Scouse Mouse Comics and Whizzer and Chips as well as on its Gerry Anderson titles, Thunderbirds the Comic, Stingray, Joe 90 and Space Precinct. His extensive credits also include two BBC titles – Beeb, for which he produced Grange Hill, and Fast Forward, for which he drew Baywatch – and IPC's Ace Ventura, Pet Detective.
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Nigel Parkinson Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: The Beano DENNIS the Menace has featured heavily in Nigel Parkinson's output since 1999, when he became one of the main artists drawing DC Thomson's archetypal badly behaved schoolboy in the pages of The Beano. Since 2012, when he also took over the comic's Minnie the Minx series, he has been the sole artist on the strip but, in a career dating back to 1980 he has illustrated stories of many other characters. For DC Thomson alone he has worked on Beaginnings, which featured the misadventures of Dennis's sister, Bea and The Bash Street Kids in The Beano, where he made his debut in 1997, 15 years after he first contributed to its companion title, The Dandy. For that comic Parkinson has drawn Owen Goal, Cuddles and Dimples, Puss'n'Boots, Marvo the Wonder Chicken and Harry Hill's Real Life Adventures in TV Land while also revamping Lord Snooty. The artist – whose art also graced the pages of such other DC Thomson weeklies as Nutty, Beezer, Bunty and Tracy – began his career in 1980. Over the next 20 years he contributed to a wide variety of comics. For Fleetway he worked on Scouse Mouse Comics and Whizzer and Chips as well as on its Gerry Anderson titles, Thunderbirds the Comic, Stingray, Joe 90 and Space Precinct. His extensive credits also include two BBC titles – Beeb, for which he produced Grange Hill, and Fast Forward, for which he drew Baywatch – and IPC's Ace Ventura, Pet Detective.
  16. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Gary Whitlock Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: The Beano; Aces Weekly TODAY Gary Whitlock is probably identified through his work on David Lloyd’s online anthology Aces Weekly but the former graphic artist for Cleveland Fire Brigade’s Fire Prevention Department has numerous humour comics in his credits. Among them are Gas, Gutter, Zit, Smut, Adroit and Acne while he also created numerous gag cartoons for The Weekly News. Additionally Whitlock, who also drew for The Beano, is the founder of Monkeyhound Publishing through which he has released a variety of his own titles, occasionally under his pen name of Clan Whitlock. His self-published comics so far include Dinotoons, Creatures of the Weirdieverse and Damned Dirty Apes.
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Henry Davies Attending: Saturday and Sunday Cartoonist: The Beano; Private Eye; The Dandy DURING a career whose beginnings are lost in the mists of time, Henry Davies has drawn (and sometimes written) the exploits of such iconic charters from The Beano and The Dandy as Desperate Dan, Dennis the Menace, Korky the Cat and the Bash Street Kids. In addition his work has appeared in various other DC Thomson weeklies, among them The Beezer, The Topper and Cracker. He also contributed to such Amalgamated/Fleetway/IPC comics as Buster, Knockout, Cracker, Cheeky Weekly, Whoopee! and Whizzer (both of which later merged with Whizzer and Chips), Wow! and School Fun (which was eventually absorbed by Buster). Davies – who created Grotty Lotty the School Witch for Marvel – has been a regular contributor to Private Eye for the past decade. He has also produced gag cartoons and strips for The Daily Star.
  18. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic!; TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  19. Latest Comic Guest - Lew Stringer Attending: Saturday Writer/artist: Sonic the Comic; Viz; The Beano; Toxic! TODAY Lew Stringer is appreciated as much for his wealth of knowledge of British comics as he is for the stories he has written and drawn for them. Across a career that stretches back to the late 1970s when he started creating his own self-published titles, Stringer has contributed humour strips to a vast array of British comics, among them Viz, Oink!, Sonic the Comic, Toxic!, The Beano and The Dandy as well as to Geek for the Norwegian market and to Sweden’s Herman Hedning. Among his most famous creations are Combat Colin (who appeared for several years in Action Force and Transformers at Marvel UK), Tom Thug and Suburban Satanists. To that list should be added the long-lived Brickman, who Stringer introduced in one of his comiczines before he made his professional debut in 1983 in Marvel UK’s The Daredevils #7, While continuing to contribute to The Beano and other titles, the cartoonist is also now producing a regular strip for Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine.
  20. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Dave Windett Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: The Dandy; The Beano; DFC FOR CLOSING on three decades Dave Windett has been a professional illustrator and comics artist whose work has been published by numerous publishers – among them Bongo Comics, DC Thomson, Fleetway, Marvel UK and Panini – in Britain, Europe and America. Korky the Cat, Bart Simpson, Bugs Bunny, Count Duckula and Scooby Doo are just a handful of the very many original and licensed characters he has drawn.
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lew Stringer Attending: Sat/Sun Writer/artist – Combat Colin; Brickman; Oink!; The Beano; Sonic the Comic; The Dandy
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