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  1. We are pleased to announce that Lee Townsend will be joining us as a Comic Guest at our London Film & Comic Con event, taking place Friday 27th - Sunday 29th July 2018 at Olympia London. Lee Townsend started working in the comic industry as an artist for Marvel UK on titles such as Deaths Head, Action Man,Transformers. He then went to work in animation for several years for Disney & Dreamworks, returning to comics working on Spider-Man, Avengers, X-Men, Iron Man, Hulk. Credits for 2000AD include: Judge Dredd, DeMarco P.I, Sinister Dexter, Synammon, Breathing Space, Flesh. Credits for DC include: Hellblazer, World of Warcraft. Top Cow: Kin with Gary Frank. More recently Lee has been drawing comic strips for Cartoon Network & storyboards for advertising & films. He is currently in discussions with Marvel and DC regarding his latest projects.
  2. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Simon Williams Attending: Saturday & Sunday Simon Williams is a UK based professional comic artist who has worked on several Panini/Marvel UK titles, including TRANSFORMERS: ARMADA, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN, DEATH'S HEAD and MARVEL HEROES. His work has also featured in various American publications, including TRANSFORMERS: BEAST WARS and MARS ATTACKS JUDGE DREDD from IDW, Erik Larsen's SAVAGE DRAGON (issue 193, published by Image Comics), and WWE SUPERSTARS, published by Super Genius.
  3. Latest Guest Announcement - Alan Tudyk Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £40 Photo Shoot Price: £40 Talk £10 Diamond Pass: £95 Alan Tudyk Diamond Pass 1 x Guaranteed In-person autograph from Alan Tudyk 1 x Standard Photo Session with Alan Tudyk 1 x Priority Seat at the Allan Tudyk Talk. 1 x Exclusive Print Rogue One: A Star Wars Story K-2SO Firefly (TV Series) Hoban 'Wash' Washburne Serenity Wash Powerless (TV Series) Van Wayne Con Man (TV Series) Wray Nerely Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Steve the Pirate Tucker and Dale vs Evil Tucker Dollhouse (TV Series) Alpha / Stephen Kepler Transformers: Dark of the Moon Dutch Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Blondie I, Robot Sonny A Knight's Tale Wat Wreck-It Ralph King Candy Suburgatory (TV Series) Noah Werner http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0876138/
  4. Latest Guest Announcement - Dickey Beer Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photo Shoot Price: £15 Photo Group Fett Shoot Price: £55 (Jeremy Bulloch, Dickey Beer, Alan Harris, Mark Austin) Inhumans (TV Series) Transformers: Dark of the Moon Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Starship Troopers Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade A View to a Kill Superman III Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi An American Werewolf in London http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0066482
  5. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Simon Furman Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Transformers, Death's Head, Doctor Who, Alpha Flight Simon Furman is a writer for TV animation, comic books and movies, his name indelibly linked to TRANSFORMERS, the 80s toy phenomenon (in 2012 Furman was inducted into Hasbro’s Transformers Hall of Fame). Furman has written hundreds of stories featuring the war torn Robots in Disguise, Transformers manga, and he is the author of the bestselling TRANSFORMERS: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE. In the TV animation field, Furman is currently serving as head writer and script supervisor on the hit Nicktoons & CITV show, MATT HATTER CHRONICLES. He has also written for shows such as BEAST WARS, ROSWELL CONSPIRACIES, DAN DARE, X-MEN: EVOLUTION, ALIEN RACERS and A.T.O.M. In the computer games world, Furman is working extensively for Space Ape Games on TRANSFORMERS: EARTH WARS and the upcoming FASTLANE. With artist Geoff Senior, Furman is the co-creator of TO THE DEATH (www.to-the-death.com), an eighteen-part digital comic that combines hard-hitting sci-fi action and sharp-edged satire. His many other credits include STARCRAFT, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, KUNG FU PANDA, ALPHA FLIGHT, DEATH'S HEAD, DOCTOR WHO, DRAGON'S CLAWS, ROBOCOP, SHE-HULK, TERMINATOR, TORCHWOOD, TUROK: DINOSAUR HUNTER and WHAT IF? https://simonfurman.wordpress.com/
  6. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Geoff Senior Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday Death's Head, Transformers, Judge Dredd, To The Death Geoff is probably best known for work on TRANSFORMERS during the 80's and 90's. He also created DEATH'S HEAD and DRAGONS CLAWS for Marvel UK with Simon Furman. Other comics worked on include JUDGE DREDD, ZOIDS, ACTION FORCE, BATTLETIDE and 2000AD. Geoff moved into advertising storyboarding for the past several years but changing course back to illustration as it's more 'fun', TO THE DEATH, a web adventure project completed with Simon Furman being a chunky step back onto this road. http://to-the-death.com/ Living happily in north London without a garden, Geoff don't care as Hampstead Heath is his 'garden'. www.geoffsenior.com
  7. Latest Guest Announcement - Neil Kaplan Friday, Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £10 Transformers: Robots in Disguise (Optimus Prime) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Diabolico & Gluto) Digimon (Hawkmon) Naruto: Shippuden (Madra Uchiha) Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (Tychus Findlay) Star Wars: Uprising (Governor Adelhard) Star Wars: The Old Republic (Skadge) Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Bendak Starkiller) http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0090464/ Neil Kaplan is an American voice over actor known for his work over the last 20+ years in animation, video games, television, film, audiobooks, amusement parks and anime. His earliest work included voicing background characters, henchmen the occasional villains-of-the-week on the television classic, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. (As well as The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie) However, Power Rangers know his best for voicing the memorable DIABOLICO, the evil lieutenant to Queen Bansheera in "Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue" and GLUTO, the not-so-bright henchman to the villainous Rancik, on "Power Rangers Time Force". During this same time, he worked on other fan favorite shows including Digimon in which he voiced numerous chapters including the popular Digimon, HAWKMON, as well as all of his derivations. In 2001 Neil was cast to be the second actor to give voice to the iconic Autobot leader OPTIMUS PRIME on FOX Kids' "Transformers: Robots in Disguise". Although it only lasted for one season, the impact of that series on fans around the world is still discussed today. His current work in the world of anime includes the charismatic villain MADARA UCHIHA on the popular long-running series "Naruto: Shippuden". Over the past decade plus, Neil has worked on dozens and dozens video games, often creating incredibly memorable characters including the roguish anti-hero TYCHUS J. FINDLAY in both "Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty" and "Heroes of The Storm", the mysterious star dragon AURELION SOL in "League of Legends", the hulking, brutish, bounty hunter companion SKADGE in "Star Wars: The Old Republic", as well as IMPERIAL GOVERNOR ADELHARD in "Star Wars: Uprising" and BENDAK STARKILLER in "Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic". He can be heard as SABRETOOTH and VENOM in "Marvel Heroes", KRAVEN THE HUNTER, GORILLA GRODD, DECEPTICON LONG HAUL, NORMAN OSBOURNE and THE GREEN GOBLIN on various video games as well as hundreds of non-descript background characters who help bring the background to life. His video game credits include The Skylanders series of games, "The Last of Us", "God of War: Ascension", "Diablo III", "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor", "Elder Scrolls", "Guild Wars 2", "Bioshock Infinite", "World of Warcraft" and many, MANY others. Neil's other work includes the voice of the talking, stuffed Care Bear teddy bear called FUNSHINE BEAR, since 2010 Neil has been the main narrator for the young adult book series "I am Number Four". He was thrilled to say YES whenproducers pf the cult hit "Robot Chicken" asked him to play in their sandbox as the LEADER of GI JOE EXTREME and Hogwart's beloved headmaster, ALBUS DUMBLEDORE. Currently, Neil has been working on (Entire Name Redacted.) As well as (NDA protected) ...And he is looking forward to being able share these newest projects with you in the very near future.
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville Artist: Transformers; Aces Weekly UNDOUBTEDLY best-known for his inking of numerous Transformers stories for Marvel on both sides of the Atlantic, Stephen Baskerville has worked on many other titles since he made his comics debut in 1978. It was, however, eight years after writing and drawing a story in issue #5 of the semi-underground Graphixus that his next credit – in Marvel UK’s Spider-Man and Zoids#4. From then on he began to work regularly for Marvel’s British-based offshoot, his name appearing in such titles as Thundercats and The Sleeze Brothers as well asTransformers. His first US work appeared in 1989’s G.I. Joe European Missions #10 with Web of Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy the Black Cat, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project andSpider-Man 2099 among the titles that followed. As well as working on various Marvel-related promotional comics, he also contributed to The Night Man, Mantra, All-New Exiles and other such titles in Malibu’s Ultraverse line. Primarily known for his inking he has pencilled the occasional story throughout his career, which he brought full circle in 2011 by writing and drawing a contribution to issue #7 of Titan’s CLiNT anthology. Baskerville has drastically reduced his comics output since the turn of the century though he followed some contributions to 2000 AD with a 2012 return to Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise, reuniting with Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman for IDW’sTransformers: Regeneration One. After his involvement on the last 20 issues of that title he inked The Transformers: Drift – Empire of Stone, an IDW 2014 four-parter. He is a regular contributor to Aces Weekly (the online comic spearheaded by David Lloyd).
  9. 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.
  10. Artist: G.I. Joe; Transformers; Borderlands; Smallville Attending: Friday, Saturday & Sunday PRIOR to 2010 when he worked on IDW's G.I. Joe: Operation Hiss four-parter, Agustin Padilla had illustrated G.I. Joe: Origins #6 and Star Trek: Alien Spotlight – Cardassians for the San Diego-based publisher, which gave the Spanish artist his first US credit with 2009's G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra – Setting the Stage one-shot. After Hiss Padilla moved on to G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero for a five-issue run. After that he illustrated DC's Bruce Wayne: The Road Home – Oracle (a 2010 one-shot), contributed to the second of the two issues of Marvel's X-Men: Curse of the Mutants: X-Men vs Vampires and then drew the Captain America Theater of War: Prisoners of Duty one-shot for the House of Ideas. Moving back to IDW in 2011, Padilla drew G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War #0. The one-shot, which set the scene for an epic multi-part saga that swept across the core titles in the line of comics featuring the Hasbro action figures, was followed by the first three issues of G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes. Along the way, the Spanish artist continued to work sporadically for DC and Marvel. He also drew SSX, a one-shot published by EA Games to promote the game of the same name. After that it was back to IDW where he embarked on the five issues ofDungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt – Neverwinter Tales while simultaneously illustrating a three-issue run on Green Arrow for DC for which he then drew the final two issues of the Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies three-parter. A flurry of work for Marvel (including Amazing Spider-Man: Webslinger, a Walmart promotional four-pager) followed in 2012 but then IDW came calling again, this time with two simultaneous four-issue projects: Borderlands and The Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots. Subsequently the Spanish artist would work on eight-issue sequels to both: first Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters in 2013 and then the following year Borderlands: The Fall of Fyrestone (subsequently retitled Borderlands: Tannis and the Vault). In between, with Beast Hunters at an end, Padilla – who'd drawn another promotional one-shot, the 16-page Harley Davison/Iron Man) as he embarked on that eight-parter – took to working for DC's digital arm. His involvement inAdventures of Superman, Smallville: Chaos (for which he illustrated all 12 chapters) and Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse along with the Borderlandssequels took him into 2015, since when his comics output has been limited to the occasional cover.
  11. AGUSTIN PADILLA Artist: G.I. Joe; Transformers; Borderlands; Smallville ATTENDING: Saturday & Sunday PRIOR to 2010 when he worked on IDW's G.I. Joe: Operation Hiss four-parter, Agustin Padilla had illustrated G.I. Joe: Origins #6 and Star Trek: Alien Spotlight – Cardassians for the San Diego-based publisher, which gave the Spanish artist his first US credit with 2009's G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra – Setting the Stage one-shot. After Hiss Padilla moved on to G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero for a five-issue run. After that he illustrated DC's Bruce Wayne: The Road Home – Oracle (a 2010 one-shot), contributed to the second of the two issues of Marvel's X-Men: Curse of the Mutants: X-Men vs Vampires and then drew the Captain America Theater of War: Prisoners of Duty one-shot for the House of Ideas. Moving back to IDW in 2011, Padilla drew G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War #0. The one-shot, which set the scene for an epic multi-part saga that swept across the core titles in the line of comics featuring the Hasbro action figures, was followed by the first three issues of G.I. Joe: Snake Eyes. Along the way, the Spanish artist continued to work sporadically for DC and Marvel. He also drew SSX, a one-shot published by EA Games to promote the game of the same name. After that it was back to IDW where he embarked on the five issues ofDungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt – Neverwinter Tales while simultaneously illustrating a three-issue run on Green Arrow for DC for which he then drew the final two issues of the Flashpoint: Wonder Woman and the Furies three-parter. A flurry of work for Marvel (including Amazing Spider-Man: Webslinger, a Walmart promotional four-pager) followed in 2012 but then IDW came calling again, this time with two simultaneous four-issue projects: Borderlands and The Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots. Subsequently the Spanish artist would work on eight-issue sequels to both: first Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters in 2013 and then the following year Borderlands: The Fall of Fyrestone (subsequently retitled Borderlands: Tannis and the Vault). In between, with Beast Hunters at an end, Padilla – who'd drawn another promotional one-shot, the 16-page Harley Davison/Iron Man) as he embarked on that eight-parter – took to working for DC's digital arm. His involvement in Adventures of Superman, Smallville: Chaos (for which he illustrated all 12 chapters) and Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse along with the Borderlands sequels took him into 2015, since when his comics output has been limited to the occasional cover.
  12. Latest Guest Announcement - Mark Ryan Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: £15 Photoshoot Price:£15 Transformers: Age of Extinction Lockdown (voice) Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (voice) Jetfire Transformers: Beginnings (voice) Bumblebee Black Sails (TV Series) Gates The Prestige - Captain King Arthur - Fight Director, Sword Master Charlie's Angels - Fencing Opponent Evita - Waiter in Junín Bar First Knight - Challenger, Assistant Sword Master Alias Authorized Personnel Only playing Cooney Robin Hood (TV series) - Nasir (24 episodes, 1984-1986) http://imdb.com/name/nm0752699/
  13. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - José Delbo Attending: Saturday & Sunday Artist: Transformers; Wonder Woman ALTHOUGH he began drawing for the American market in 1964, José Delbo's comics career stretches back to 1949, when – at the age of 16 – he began working on titles in his native Argentina. Starting out in the US at Dell, where his first story was for The Beverley Hillbillies#5, he contributed to licenced titles as varied as The Twilight Zone, Get Smart, The Monkees and Gentle Ben. His first regular assignment was Billy the Kid for Charlton while he made his superhero debut on Gold Key's Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom #27 in 1969. That was the same year he began working for DC, eventually becoming regular artist on Wonder Woman, which he pencilled almost continuously from 1976 to 1981. In 1980 he added Detective Comics to his workload, remaining on that Bat-series for two years during which time the prolific artist also became a frequent contributor to Superman Family. Delbo's first regular assignment for Marvel was a short 1987 run on Thundercats for Star Comics, the House of Ideas' kiddie imprint. From there he moved to Transformers, the comic with which he is most closely associated. He drew 31 stories of the Robots in Disguise between 1986 and 1990, moving on to co-create 1990's four-issue Brute Force and then illustrate NFL SuperPro [1991]. He retired at the end of the decade, his art during the '90s appearing in titles from Defiant, Tekno Comix and Valiant as well as Marvel.
  14. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Saturday & 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, 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 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.
  15. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Sullivan Attending: Saturday & 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, 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 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville Artist: Transformers; Aces Weekly UNDOUBTEDLY best-known for his inking of numerous Transformers stories for Marvel on both sides of the Atlantic, Stephen Baskerville has worked on many other titles since he made his comics debut in 1978. It was, however, eight years after writing and drawing a story in issue #5 of the semi-underground Graphixus that his next credit – in Marvel UK’s Spider-Man and Zoids #4. From then on he began to work regularly for Marvel’s British-based offshoot, his name appearing in such titles as Thundercats and The Sleeze Brothers as well as Transformers. His first US work appeared in 1989’s G.I. Joe European Missions #10 with Web of Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy the Black Cat, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project and Spider-Man 2099 among the titles that followed. As well as working on various Marvel-related promotional comics, he also contributed to The Night Man, Mantra, All-New Exiles and other such titles in Malibu’s Ultraverse line. Primarily known for his inking he has pencilled the occasional story throughout his career, which he brought full circle in 2011 by writing and drawing a contribution to issue #7 of Titan’s CLiNT anthology. Baskerville has drastically reduced his comics output since the turn of the century though he followed some contributions to 2000 AD with a 2012 return to Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise, reuniting with Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman for IDW’s Transformers: Regeneration One, which he followed by inking The Transformers: Drift – Empire of Stone, an IDW 2014 four-parter. He is a regular contributor to Aces Weekly (the online comic spearheaded by David Lloyd).
  18. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Lee Bradley Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Artist: Transformers PRIMARILY known within comics for his contributions to various of Titan’s Transformers titles, Lee Bradley spends much of his time working in advertising and storyboarding for films and TV. An accredited LucasFilm artist, he is much in demand to provide illustrations for trading cards with his art appearing in such sets as Mars Attacks: Invasion, Star Wars Galactic Files, Marvel’s Greatest Battles, Women of Marvel and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  19. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Stephen Baskerville Artist: Transformers; Aces Weekly UNDOUBTEDLY best-known for his inking of numerous Transformers stories for Marvel on both sides of the Atlantic, Stephen Baskerville has worked on many other titles since he made his comics debut in 1978. It was, however, eight years after writing and drawing a story in issue #5 of the semi-underground Graphixus that his next credit – in Marvel UK’s Spider-Man and Zoids #4. From then on he began to work regularly for Marvel’s British-based offshoot, his name appearing in such titles as Thundercats and The Sleeze Brothers as well as Transformers. His first US work appeared in 1989’s G.I. Joe European Missions #10 with Web of Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy the Black Cat, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project and Spider-Man 2099 among the titles that followed. As well as working on various Marvel-related promotional comics, he also contributed to The Night Man, Mantra, All-New Exiles and other such titles in Malibu’s Ultraverse line. Primarily known for his inking he has pencilled the occasional story throughout his career, which he brought full circle in 2011 by writing and drawing a contribution to issue #7 of Titan’s CLiNT anthology. Baskerville has drastically reduced his comics output since the turn of the century though he followed some contributions to 2000 AD with a 2012 return to Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise, reuniting with Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman for IDW’s Transformers: Regeneration One, which he followed by inking The Transformers: Drift – Empire of Stone, an IDW 2014 four-parter. He is a regular contributor to Aces Weekly (the online comic spearheaded by David Lloyd).
  20. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Andrew Wildman Attending: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Artist: Transformers; 2000 AD; Felicia Hardy: The Black Cat; G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Like so many other British artists of his generation, Andrew Wildman began his professional career in the pages of 2000 AD; in 1987’s Prog 539. Within a year he’d migrated to Marvel UK where he contributed to such titles as Real Ghostbusters, Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers, Incredible Hulk Presents and Slimer but it was on Transformers that he was to really make his mark. His initial three-year association with the comicbook adventures of Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise continued until 1992 and included a run on the US version of the title. Transformers subsequently became a constant thread throughout his career. He reunited with acclaimed Transformers writer Simon Furman for Transformers: Regeneration, a 2012 IDW series that continued and wrapped up the story left unfinished when Marvel (US) cancelled its Transformers comic in 1991. It concluded in 2014. Wildman includes Felicia Hardy: The Black Cat, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Mission: Impossible, Venom: Carnage Unleashed and X-Men Adventures among his many credits. The artist, who made his US debut in 1989 with G.I. Joe European Missions #10, is the founder of Draw the World Together, a charity that raises funds to benefit street children around the world and create healthcare and education possibilities. Frontier, a strip he drew in 2009 for the now-defunct DFC was collected in a hardcover edition subtitled Dealing with Demons by Print Media Productions in 2012. These days Wildman spends much of his time working in television and on computer games.
  21. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Martin Griffiths Attending: Saturday and Sunday Artist: Action Man; Transformers; Thundercats; Knights of Pendragon IN 2014 Martin Griffith illustrated an adaptation of the currently in development sequel to 2012’s Bad Kids go to Hell movie. Published by Bad Kids Press, the Bad Kids Kids go to Hell 2 graphic novel was the artist’s first comics work in a decade. Griffith forsook the medium in 2005 for advertising but in a career that spanned 20 years from 1986, he illustrated titles for publishers on both sides of the Atlantic. Transformers, Thundercats, Doctor Who Magazine and Knights of Pendragon are among his more notable credits, which also include Action Man. He contributed to that British equivalent of G.I. Joe from 1995, initially working on the six issues of the short-lived Tower Comics edition and then on virtually every one of the 138 issues of the Marvel UK/Panini series that replaced it and lasted until 2005.
  22. 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.​
  23. 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
  24. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Martin Griffiths Attending: Sat/Sun Artist: Transformers; Thundercats; Knights of Pendragon IT’S MORE than 20 years since Martin Griffiths forsook comics for advertising work but in a career that spanned a decade from 1986, he illustrated titles for publishers on both sides of the Atlantic. Transformers, Thundercats, Doctor Who Magazine and Knights of Pendragon are among his more notable credits. http://www.storyboards.com/portfolio.aspx?cat=Subjects&lvl=2&subcatid=25&subcatname=Comic&limitbyartist=61〈=1
  25. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Simon Furman Appearing: Sat/Sun Writer: Transformers; Death's Head; Robocop For nigh on three decades he has been the foremost chronicler of the adventures of Hasbro’s Robots in Disguise. So closely linked with the development of the comicbook versions of the action figures has Simon Furman been that fans refer to him as the Transformers-meister. While he kicked of his comics career in 1984 as an editor, he very quickly made the transition to writer, initially on Fleetway’s junior horror comic Scream but within a year he’d made his Transformers debut (on 1985’s #13). He remained closely associated with the Marvel UK title until its cancellation in 1992. Along the way he also became the regular scripter of the US edition of the comic, staying on that Transformers series until it was axed in 1991. The writer of numerous Robots in Disguise comics for Marvel (on both sides of the Pond), DreamWave and most recently IDW , There Furman reunited with artist Andrew Wildman (his long time Transformers collaborator) for Transformers: Regeneration One. Launched in 2012 and recently brought to an end, it continued and concluded the story left unfinished when Marvel (US) cancelled its Transformers comic. However Furman has numerous credits that go far beyond the Robots in Disguise. It’s a list that includes a wide diversity of titles, among them Sensational She-Hulk, Doctor Who, Alpha Flight and Robocop as well as Dragon’s Claws and Death’s Head, both of which he co-created.
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