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  1. Latest Guest Announcement - Ray Park Appearing: Saturday and Sunday Autograph: £25 Photo Shoot: £25 Darth Maul - Star Wars The Phantom Menace Toad - X-Men Edgar - Heroes https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0661917/
  2. Latest Guest Announcement - Ray Park Appearing: Friday, Saturday and Sunday Autograph: £25 Photo Shoot: £25 Martial Arts Demonstration & Jedi Choreography Exhibition: £20 Diamond Pass Price: £90 1x Guaranteed In Person Autograph 1x Guaranteed In Person Standard Photo Shoot Priority seating at Ray Park Talk on SUNDAY 1x Limited Edition Print Please note the 'Martial Arts Demonstration & Jedi Choreography Exhibition' IS NOT part of any package and will take place at 7.30pm on SATURDAY EVENING Darth Maul - Star Wars The Phantom Menace Toad - X-Men Edgar - Heroes https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0661917/
  3. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Joe Casey Creator: Ben 10; Generation X Writer: Sex; Gødland; Cable; Wildcats; Deathlok; Adventures of Superman; Uncanny X-Men; Automatic Kafka; X-Men: Children of the Atom; Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes; Fantastic Four: First Family TODAY Joe Casey is known for his work in TV animation, particularly as part of Man of Action Studios, which created Ben 10 and Generation Rex for Cartoon Network as well as Marvel's Big Hero Six, which formed the basis of the 2014 Disney animated movie of the same name. Along with his studio partners – Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T Seagle – he has also served as producer/story editor on many other shows, among them Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man and Marvel's Avengers Assemble for Disney XD. Even though the writer is now very much involved with TV, he still finds time to pursue the career in comics that he began in 1998 with The Harvest King, a Caliber Comics three-parter, Very soon after that he was approached by Marvel for which he scripted the last two issues of the three-part Wolverine: Days of Future Past moving almost immediately to the title that would establish him as a writer to watch. Casey's 20-issue run on Cable took him into 1999. Along the way he wrote the occasional fill-in, the Wolverine: Black Rio one-shot and a seven-issue stint on Incredible Hulk. He also unveiled his first creator-owned project,Hellcop (a 1998 four-parter) under Image's Avalon Studios imprint. As his time on Cable was drawing to a close, the writer also began producing the occasional story for DC while continuing his work for the House of Ideas. Post-Cable, he relaunched Deathlok, writing all 11 issues of the 1999 series at the same time authoring the Wild Times: Gen13 one-shot and all nine issues of Mr Majestic for DC's WildStorm imprint. Along with those came 1999's Cable/Wolverine and Juggernaut one-shots for Marvel for which he also wrote the X-Men: Children of the Atom six-parter. In addition he picked up Wildcats. He scripted 24 issues of that DC/WildStorm series, relaunching it in 2002 as Wildcats Version 3.0 and authoring all 24 issues of the new incarnation. He also wrote 2000's Wildcats: Ladytron one-shot. In 2001 he added Adventures of Superman and shortly after Uncanny X-Men to his list of credits. While he scripted 33 issues of the DC title before exiting it in 2004, he stayed on the Marvel series only for a 16-issue run that terminated in 2002, the same year he wrote the first six issues of KISS for Dark Horse. While much of his output up to the point was for "mainstream" comics, Casey's stories offered more than traditional superhero fare and his innovative approach came more and more to the fore as he embarked on a series of projects that broke with tradition or, in some cases, were increasingly experimental or, at the very least, incorporated innovative storytelling techniques. First came the nine issues of 2002's Automatic Kafka, which he authored for DC/WildStorm's Eye of the Storm line with The Milkman Murders – a Dark Horse four-parter – coming along the following year as did Codeflesh, which was serialised two years earlier across the five issues of Image's Double Image and the three of Double Take, where the comic continued at Funk-o-Tron. The Intimates – launched in 2005 by DC/WildStorm – was next. A 12-issue series, it premiered at the same time as Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, an eight-issue companion of sorts to the writer's earlier X-Men: Children of the Atom. Casey – who'd previously authored two 2003 one-shots in The X-Men in: Life Lessons, (a benefit book to aid young burns victims) and Batman: Tenses as well as the four-issues of 2004's Infantry for Devil's Due Publishing – returned for an eight-part sequel, the simply titled Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes II, two years later. Shortly after debuting the first Earth's Mightiest Heroes mini Casey relaunched G.I. Joe, writing the first 18 issues of the Devil's Due comic. At the same time he premiered Gødland at Image. Running 36 issues until 2012, this creator-owned title was both a homage to and a revival of what was dubbed the "Cosmic Superhero Epic" of the 1970s given a modern twist by the writer. Before 2005 was out, Casey had also produced Full Moon Fever, an AiT/Planet Lar graphic novel. while 2006 brought Marvel's six-issue Iron Man: Inevitable as well as Fantastic Four: First Family (a six-parter in the same vein as the writer's Children of the Atom and Earth's Mightiest Heroes miniseries), The Black Plague – a BOOM! Studios one-shot – and another AiT/Planet Lar graphic novel, Rock Bottom. Casey launched the aforementioned Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes II in 2007. Gødland was his only ongoing project but before the year was out he embarked on the six issues of Iron Man: Enter the Mandarinadding a relaunch of Youngblood to his workload as 2008 dawned. He wrote the first eight issues of that Image series (which ended with #9) before authoring another creator-owned graphic novel in Nixon's Pals. Published by Image that was followed immediately by a return to Marvel for the six issues of The Last Defenders and by another creator-owned series – Charlatan's Ball, an Image six-parter. Although the writer ended the year with the premiere of Dynamite's Death-Defying Devil four-parter, it wasn't until late in 2009 that Casey began any further new projects. Another Dynamite four-parter Project Superpowers: Meet the Bad Guys premiered at the same time as Marvel's Dark Reign: Zodiac three-parter and Final Crisis Aftermath: Dance, a six-issue DC series. Casey authored four issues of Superman/Batman for DC in 2010 alongside four Iron Man 2 tie-ins for Marvel: the Nick Fury, Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Black Widow, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D one-shots and the three-part Public Identity. The same year he also wrote the six issues of Marvel's Avengers: The Origin as well as Officer Downe, a creator-owned one-shot for Image. The following year, with Gødland down to its last three issues (which appeared sporadically during 2011-12), Casey launched yet another creator-owned project at Image. Running to eight issues, Butcher Baker, the Righteous Maker also ended in 2012 as did Marvel's six-issue Vengeance. That debuted in 2011 as did Doc Bizarre, M.D., an Image graphic novel. Casey, who also embarked on a 10-issue run on Haunt, for Image's Todd McFarlane Productions imprint in 2011, added only Rock Bottom (another Image graphic novel) to his credits in 2012 but upped his output the following year with two more Image titles in the provocatively titled Sex (which is still running today) and The Bounce, which concluded in 2014 after 14 issues. In addition he wrote all nine issues of Catalyst Comix – which Dark Horse premiered in 2013 – and the six of Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers, launched by Dynamite the following year. Since then the writer – who co-created the animated D.I.S.C.O. Destroyer with Scott Mosier and Jim Mahfood for MTV's Liquid Television in 2013 –.has concentrated on Sex although he did debut two more titles in 2015. First up was the five issues of Miami Vice Remix for Lion Forge Comics (an IDW imprint) with Image's Valhalla Mad four-parter following close behind. Casey's TV schedule may put a stop to him being as prolific a comics writer as he once was but he continues to make significant and inventive contributions to the medium.
  4. Latest Guest Announcement - Neil Fingleton Attending: Sunday Autograph Price: £10 Photo Shoot Price: £10 Game of Thrones (TV Series) Mag the Mighty Doctor Who (TV Series) Fisher King 47 Ronin Lovecraftian Samurai X-Men: First Class Russian General's Bodyguard 1 http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2807170/
  5. Latest Guest Announcement - Ray Park Attending: Saturday & Sunday Autograph Price: 30 € Photoshoot Price: 35 € G.I. Joe: Retaliation Snake Eyes Heroes (TV Series) Edgar Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Darth Maul X-Men Toad http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0661917/
  6. Latest Guest Announcement - Famke Janssen Appearing: Sat/Sun Autograph: £45 Photo Shoot: £45 Talk: £20 Diamond Pass: £170 Contains Guaranteed 1 x Photo Shoot 2 x Autographs 1 x Talk priority seating 1 x Dog tag 1 x Limited Edition collage 16x12 photo Xenia Onatopp - Goldeneye Jean Grey - X-Men Jamie - Ally McBeal Ava Moore - Nip/Tuck Eve Rothlow - How To Get Away With Murder Susan Hargrave - The Blacklist http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000463/
  7. Latest Guest Announcement - Aaron Stanford Appearing: Fri, Sat, Sun Autograph: £20 Photo Shoot: £20 Aaron Stanford is best known for his roles as Pyro in X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand, and Doug in the 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes. From 2010 to 2013, he starred as Birkhoff in Nikita. He currently stars as James Cole on the television series 12 Monkeys, based on the 1995 film of the same name. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0822155
  8. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - MIKE CAREY Writer: The Unwritten; Lucifer; Hellblazer; X-Men; Ultimate Fantastic Four; X-Men: Legacy Attending: Saturday & Sunday DURING the first eight years of his professional career Mike Carey worked on the margins. He wrote Inferno (a five-parter) and the Dr Faustus one-shot for Caliber, contributed to Britain's short-lived Toxic! and starred Ozzy Osborne and Pantera in Rock-It Comics titles. Then in 1999 Vertigo came calling for the British writer... The DC mature readers imprint assigned him to script the three issues of The Sandman Presents: Lucifer then, in 2000, to author its Sandman Presents: Petrefax four-parter. In between the writer also joined the 2000 AD team, embarking on an association with the British SF weekly that continued into 2002. At the same time he launched Lucifer as an ongoing title, scripting all 75 issues of the series, which ended in 2006 and gaining recognition for his talented storytelling. In 2002, with his 2000 AD stint at an end, Carey authored The Sandman Presents: The Furies (a high-end graphic novel) and the Lucifer: Nirvana one-shot for Vertigo for which he also took on Hellblazer. He stayed on board that title for a run of 41 issues, which took him into 2006. Along the way, he also produced the four issues of My Faith in Frankie for Vertigo. That was in 2004, which was when he undertook his first major superhero project. Having previously contributed to a 2003 issue of Batman: Gotham Knights and subsequently to Coup D'état: Afterword for DC's WildStorm imprint , the writer made his Marvel debut with the five issues of Ultimate Elektra. The following year not only did he co-write Marvel's adaptation of the Fantastic Fourmovie but he also authored All his Engines (an original Hellblazer graphic novel), scripted a four-chapter back-up in Detective Comics and launched a new Red Sonja series, co-writing the first six issues of that Dynamite title. After that cameSpellbinders, a Marvel six-parter, the four issues of Vampirella Revelations for Harris and a nine-part adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere novel for Vertigo. Come 2006, Carey wrote Marvel's What If: Fantastic Four one-shot as well as both parts of the Ultimate X-Men/Fantastic Four and Ultimate Fantastic Four/X-Mencrossover before, with his work on Hellblazer and Lucifer at an end, leaping on to X-Men, his most high-profile assignment to date. He stayed on the top-selling Marvel comic subsequently retitled X-Men: Legacy for 20 issues, started a 25-issue run onUltimate Fantastic Four virtually simultaneously and also added the first nine issues of DC/WildStorm's Wetworks. While continuing to prove popular for his superhero work, Carey did not neglect fans of his more mature stories, returning to Vertigo in 2007 to script all 19 issues ofCrossing Midnight as well as the God save the Queen graphic novel, the Fakersix-parter and two graphic novels – Re-Gifters and Confessions of a Blabbermouth (co-written with his then 15-year old daughter, Louise) for Minx, a DC/Vertigo offshoot. That year he also produced the Ultimate Vision five-parter and the Legion of Monsters: Werewolf by Night and X-Men: Endangered Speciesone-shots for Marvel as well as two miniseries –Voodoo Child and The Stranded – for Virgin Comics. After his amazing burst of productivity in 2007, in 2008 Carey eased back somewhat. Outside of his regular series, he scripted only Marvel's Wolverine: Firebreak and X-Men Origins: Beast one-shots, the four-issue Secret Invasion: X-Men and (as co-writer) the X-Men: Manifest Destiny five-parter with his contribution to Marvel's Free Comic Book Day release being issued as X-Men: Pixies and Demons. Continuing to work for Marvel into 2009, Carey adapted two Orson Scott Card novelsؘ– Ender's Shadow: Battle School and Ender's Shadow: Command School – as five-parters before heading back to Vertigo for what many consider his magnum opus. Eventually running to 54 issues and spinning off a graphic novel in Tommy Taylor and the Ship that Sank Twice (2013) and launching 2014's 12-part miniseries subtitled Apocalypse, The Unwritten ran until 2013. From 2009 until 2013, X-Men: Legacy and The Unwritten were Carey's primary focus. He did, however, find time for Marvel's X-Men Origins: Gambit and Second Coming: Prepare one-shots, the eight issues of Dynamite/Marvel's The Torch as well as to co-author Untouchable (a Dynamite graphic novel) before 2010 was out. The following year brought the Thor: Wolves of the North and Age of X: Alphaone-shots with Carey spearheading the latter event, which crossed over into all of Marvel's X-titles. In 2013, the writer – who'd also scripted Marvel's four-issue resurrection of CrossGen's Sigil two years earlier – moved to BOOM! Studios, where he launchedSuicide Risk, which ran for 25 issues. In 2015, with that title and The Unwritten: Apocalypse at an end, Carey unveiled his second BOOM! project. A four-parter,Rowan's Ruin took him into 2016 and ended a career in comics that dated back to 1991. These days Carey is concentrating on novels. His first – The Devil You Know (which inaugurated his Felix Caster series) – was published in 2006 while his latest, Fellsidehas just been released by Orbit. A lead writer on 2004's animated Shadow of the Elves TV show, he produced the screenplay for The Girl with all the Gifts, which is based on his 2014 novel of the same name. Carey's first live-action feature film, it is set to premiere in September.
  9. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Andrew Wildman Attending: Sat & Sun Artist: Transformers, X-Men Adventures, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project Transformers @ 30 Celebration 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. Reunited in 2012 with acclaimed Transformers writer Simon Furman for Transformers: Regeneration, a IDW series that continued and concluded (in 2014) the story left unfinished when Marvel (US) cancelled its Transformers comic in 1991. The artist made his US debut in 1989 with G.I. Joe European Missions #10. His subsequent American credits include Felicia Hardy: The Black Cat, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Mission: Impossible, Venom: Carnage Unleashed, Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project and X-Men Adventures. Having drawn Power Rangers strip for Jetix Magazine from 2005 to 2009, he then illustrated Frontier for the now-defunct DFC. This was collected in a hardcover edition subtitled Dealing with Demons by Print Media Productions in 2012.
  10. Latest Guest Announcement - Ray Park Attending: Fri/Sat/Sun Autograph/ Photo shoot Price: £25 G.I. Joe: Retaliation Snake Eyes Heroes (TV Series) Edgar Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Darth Maul X-Men Toad
  11. Latest Comic Guest Announcement - Alan Davis Attending: Sat Writer/artist – X-Men; Wolverine; Killraven; Captain Britain; Excalibur; ClanDestine
  12. Si Spurrier Writer: 2000 AD, X-Men: Legacy, X-Club, Crossed: Wish you were Here, Sliver Surfer: In thy Name Getting his start in comics with the British small press, Si went on to write his own series for 2000 AD, like Lobster Random, Bec & Kawl, The Simping Detective and Harry Kipling, as well as a number of stories for the flagship character Judge Dredd. In recent years he has broken into the American comic book industry, writing mainly for Marvel Comics. He is currently the writer of X-Men Legacy, which stars the character Legion.
  13. Alan Davis Writer/artist: Excalibur, Fantastic Four: The End, The ClanDestine, Killraven Artist: Fantastic Four, X-Men, Captain Britain Alan Davis began drawing the revamped Captain Britain story in The Mighty World Of Marvel. When Alan Moore took over writing duties on Captain Britain Davis and Moore formed a close working partnership, also creating D.R. and Quinch for 2000AD. Later, Davis replaced Garry Leach on Marvelman in Warrior and yet again worked with Moore. He also drew the story, Harry Twenty on the High Rock in 2000AD. In 1985 Davis moved to DC Comics to draw their Batman and the Outsiders title. His work proved popular enough for him to be assigned artistic duties in 1986 on Detective Comics, Batman's main series. During the Batman: Year Two storyline, however, Davis encountered difficulties with his editor and left after just the first chapter (his replacement was Todd McFarlane) during the storyline. In 1991, Davis returned to draw the sequel to Year Two, Batman: Full Circle. In 1987 he jumped to Marvel Comics, working with a new creative team including writer Chris Claremont and, after two New Mutants annuals and three popular episodes for Uncanny X-Men, the duo launched Excalibur. Davis' artwork showed at its best on this series, thanks to effective inks provided by Paul Neary and, later, Mark Farmer. Davis left with issue 24, but returned with issue 42, this time also as writer, creating new characters of his own including Feron, Cerise, Micromax and Kylun. During much of the 1990s Davis drew many of Marvel and DC Comics major characters and titles including JLA: The Nail, The Avengers and Killraven. He was also commissioned to write both main X-Men series in 1999 (providing art for X-Men as well), but he left the following year. Starting in October 2002 he wrote and drew for Marvel a six-issues miniseries revamping a famous comics character of 1970s, Killraven. After a return to Uncanny X-Men, working again with Claremont, Davis wrote and drew in 2006-2007 a six-issue Fantastic Four: The End limited series for Marvel Comics. In February 2008, Davis wrote and pencilled a new ClanDestine 5-parts series and "Truth of History" a Thor one-shot for Marvel.
  14. Latest Guest Ken Kirzinger Freddy vs. Jason - Jason Voorhees Stargate: Continuum (video) - Stunts The Twilight Saga: New Moon - Stunts X-Men: The Last Stand - Stunts X2 - Stunts Supernatural (TV series) - Jared Bender (1 episode, 2006) Stargate SG-1 (TV series) - Jaffa / Jaffa Commander (3 episodes, 2004-2006) The Cabin in the Woods - Stunt Player Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore - Stunts 2012 - Stunts Watchmen - Stunts The Day the Earth Stood Still - Arguing Evacuee The Incredible Hulk - Stunt Perfomer War - Stunts Hot Rod - Trailer Guy Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer - Stunts Shooter - Stunts The Fog - Stunt Coordinator Are We There Yet? - Stunt Double (Ernst) Catwoman - Stunts Walking Tall - Stunt Player Dreamcatcher - Stunt Performer Insomnia - Stunt Coordinator Snow Dogs - Stunt Double (bear) Mission to Mars - Stunt Performer The 13th Warrior - Assistant Stunt Coordinator Romeo + Juliet - Stunts Happy Gilmore - Stunts Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls - Helicopter Pilot Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan - Stunt Coordinator, New York Cook Superman III - Stunts Smallville (TV series) - 33.1 Guard #2 / Scientist (2 episodes, 2007-2011), Stunt Football Player #3 (unknown episodes) Fringe (TV series) - Air Marshal (1 episode, 2012) Sanctuary (TV series) - Stunt Player (1 episode, 2008) Stargate: Atlantis (TV series) - Bartender (1 episode, 2008) Andromeda (TV series) - Glux / Willie (2 episodes, 2001-2004) The X-Files (TV series) - Stunt Coordinator (17 episodes, 1993-1995), Richter (1 episode, 1993) Highlander (TV series) - Kirby (1 episode, 1992) MacGyver (TV series) - Bodyguard / Creature (2 episodes, 1987-1991) Airwolf (TV series) - Stunt Performer (4 episodes, 1987) http://imdb.com/name/nm0457090/
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