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  1. Latest Guest Announcement: Aimee Garcia Attending: Saturday and Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 *Lucifer - Ella Lopez *Dexter - Jamie Batista *Robocop - Jae Kim *Rush Hour - Didi Diaz *Angel - Cynthia *Supernatural - Nancy Fitzgerald View Filmography
  2. Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly thereafter doing the same for Thundercats, Lee Sullivan's first story art came within a year when he became a semi-regular on Transformers. He would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same onTekworld, the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times, the BBC TV listings magazine with his next comics work coming in 2001, when he became the regular artist on Thunderbirds Magazine, drawing the strips in virtually every one of the Redan monthly's 89 issues until it was cancelled in 2006. Since then he has had a lengthy run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time​ [2006-2009] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion. He is currently drawing Titan's recently launched Rivers of London, a series of miniseries featuring novelist Ben Aaronovitch's Peter Grant – a London police officer who is also an apprentice wizard.
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who; Thunderbirds STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly thereafter doing the same for Thundercats, Lee Sullivan's first story art came within a year when he became a semi-regular on Transformers. He would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same on Tekworld, the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times, the BBC TV listings magazine with his next comics work coming in 2001, when he became the regular artist on Thunderbirds Magazine, drawing the strips in virtually every one of the Redan monthly's 89 issues until it was cancelled in 2006. Since then he has had a short run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time​ [2006-2007] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion. He is currently drawing Titan's recently launched Rivers of London: Body Work, which is a which is a continuation of Ben Aaronovitch's series of novels featuring Peter Grant.
  4. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly thereafter doing the same for Thundercats as well, Lee Sullivan's first story art came within a year. A semi-regular on Transformers , he would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD . He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same on Tekworld , the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times , the BBC TV listings magazine. Since then he has had a short run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time ​ [2006-2007] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion.​
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly thereafter doing the same for Thundercats as well, Lee Sullivan's first story art came within a year. A semi-regular on Transformers, he would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same on Tekworld, the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times, the BBC TV listings magazine. Since then he has had a short run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time​ [2006-2007] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion. http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20090612234515/tardis/images/8/8d/Lee_Sullivan_BF_5_1_Winter_for_the_Adept.JPG
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Appearing: Sat/Sun Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly after adding Thundercats, Lee Sullivan first story art came within a year. A semi-regular on Transformers, he would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same on Tekworld, the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times, the BBC TV listings magazine. Since then he has had a short run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time​ [2006-2007] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion.
  7. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Sat & Sun Artist: Transformers, Robocop, Doctor Who Transformers @ 30 Celebration STARTING out in 1986 producing covers for Marvel UK's Transformers weekly and shortly after adding Thundercats, Lee Sullivan first story art came within a year. A semi-regular on Transformers, he would subsequently begin contributing to Doctor Who Magazine as well as 2000 AD. He entered the US arena in 1990, launching and drawing virtually every one of the 23 issues of Marvel's Robocop before moving on to to do much the same on Tekworld, the 1994 comic featuring William Shatner's futuristic detective Jake Cardigan. Published by Marvel's Epic imprint, it ran 24 issues between 1992 and 1994. Two years later he illustrated a Doctor Who strip that ran for almost a year in Radio Times, the BBC TV listings magazine Since then he has had a short run on Doctor Who: Battles in Time​ [2006-2007] and produced 2010's graphic novel adaptation of author Jonathan Stroud's The Amulet of Samarkand: Bartimaeus for Hyperion.
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - PJ Holden Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: 2000 AD; Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human IT TOOK almost five years for Paul J Holden to get his career off the ground. Although he began drawing for Fantagraphics in 1995 and for Caliber the following year, his small body of work for the US indie publishers came to an end in 1997. He resurfaced in 1999 contributing to Violent! – a UK small press comic published in homage to Action, the controversial British boys’ weekly of the mid-1970s – although things didn’t really take off for him until the following year when he illustrated his first story for 2000 AD [in Prog 1233]. Since his debut in the self-styled Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, Holden – who contributed stories to Black Library’s Warhammer Monthly between 2002 and 2003 – has been and remains a frequent contributor to 2000 AD and to Judge Dredd Megazine, its companion title. He also maintains his links with the British small press, occasionally providing covers and the like to such titles as Violent!, Zarjaz and FutureQuake. He returned to the US market in 2007 to pencil Image’s four-issue Fearless. Although the bulk of Holden’s output remains on this side of the Atlantic, he did also illustrate Happy Valley (the first three issues of Dynamite’s 2010 Battlefields series) and a 2011 Dynamite four-parter, Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human. He is currently drawing Renegade Arts’ four-issue Monsterology.
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Fri/Sat/Sun Artist: Doctor Who; Robocop; Transformers
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