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comics libraries from Egmont. It reprinted these under its Treasury of British Comics imprint, including Roy of the Rovers, Wildcat and One-Eyed Jack. This
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the Grand Comics Database DC Thomson home page Website dedicated to British comics and publications Conroy, Mike. War Comics : A Graphic History. Lewes :
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Jamie Smart (born 21 July 1978) is a British comic artist and author best known for his 10-issue comic series Bear. He is known for his children's cartoon
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Nigel Auchterlounie is a British comics artist and cartoonist. His graphic novel, Spleenal, was published by Blank Slate Books in 2009. His artwork also
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Barrie Appleby is a British comics artist who works mainly for Scottish publisher D. C. Thomson & Co., drawing strips such as Dennis the Menace and Roger
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Childhood Heroes. Arum. pp. 44–76. ISBN 978-1-84513-165-4. "British Comics Home Page". www.britishcomics.20m.com. Tough of the Track British Comics website
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Andy Lanning is an English comic book writer and inker, known for his work for Marvel Comics and DC Comics, and for his collaboration with Dan Abnett.
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Bryan Talbot (born 24 February 1952) is a British comics artist and writer, best known as the creator of The Adventures of Luther Arkwright and its sequel
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V for Vendetta is a British graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by David Lloyd (with additional art by Tony Weare). Initially published
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Jamie McKelvie is a cartoonist and illustrator, known for his both work on books such as Phonogram, Young Avengers and The Wicked + The Divine, and his
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John Higgins (born 1949) is an English comic book artist and writer. He did significant work for 2000 AD, and he has frequently worked with writer Alan
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Charles Adlard is a British comic book artist known for his work on books such as The Walking Dead and Savage. Adlard began his work in the UK on White
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Mickey the Monkey was a comic strip which featured the eponymous fictional monkey, Mickey. The character was the cover star of British comic The Topper
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Gary Northfield is a British cartoonist, most famous for his Derek the Sheep comic strip published in DC Thomson's The Beano and BeanoMAX. Northfield graduated
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to the English folklore character Spring-heeled Jack. Vic Whittle, British Comics. Joseph McAleer, Popular Reading and Publishing in Britain 1914–1950
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Gary Frank (born 1969) is a British comics artist, notable for pencilling on Midnight Nation and Supreme Power, both written by J. Michael Straczynski
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David Mostyn is a British cartoonist and commercial illustrator who drew for D.C. Thomson from the early 1980s until the 2010s. Mostyn works out of Oxford
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Send for Kelly was a long running comic strip that first appeared in The Topper, originally drawn by George Martin. The strip was mainly a parody of spy
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Reginald Arthur Lay Carter (6 December 1886, Southwold, Blything, East Suffolk – 24 April 1949 in Cuckfield, Sussex) was a British cartoonist. Carter created
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Richard Johnston is a British comics creator, columnist, and founder of the comics news site Bleeding Cool. The Comics Journal described Johnston as having
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Rupert Bear is a British children's comic strip character and franchise created by artist Mary Tourtel and first appearing in the Daily Express newspaper
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Korky the Cat is a character in a comic strip in the British comics magazine The Dandy. It first appeared in issue 1, dated 4 December 1937, except for
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Michael McMahon (/məkˈmɑːn/; born 1954) is a British comics artist best known for his work on 2000 AD characters such as Judge Dredd, Sláine and ABC Warriors
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Yvonne Hutton née Mullins, (born 31 October 1941, died March 1992) was a British comics artist best known for her work on the football series Roy of the Rovers
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ISBN 9780714839936 (pgs. 49, 131) Kibble-White, Graham. The ultimate Book of British Comics : 70 Years of Mischief, Mayhem and Cow Pies. London : Allison and Busby
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‹ The template Infobox magazine is being considered for merging. › Girls' Crystal was a British weekly story paper and then a comic book published by Amalgamated
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British comics artist, writer and editor
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British comics character
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Joe Colquhoun (7 November 1926 – 13 April 1987) was a British comics artist best known for his work on Charley's War in Battle Picture Weekly. He was also
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Nutty was a British comic magazine that ran for 292 issues from 16 February 1980 to 14 September 1985, when it merged with The Dandy. Published by D. C
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Baby Crockett was one of the longest running comic strips that ran from The Beezer issue 34 (September 1956) to Beezer 1809 (September 1990). He continued
Bryan Hitch (3,081 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Bryan Hitch (born 22 April 1970) is a British comics artist and writer. Hitch began his career in the United Kingdom for Marvel UK, working on titles such
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Gilbert Lawford Dalton (1904–1963) was a British children's writer and comics writer. He was most prolific as an author of stories for British boys' comics
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Wolf of Kabul from Rover and Wizard, 25 January 1964, at Vic Whittle's British Comics site. Jess Nevins' Pulp and Adventure Heroes site, now on Reocities
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School Friend was the name of two different weekly publications marketed toward girls, both of which were pioneering in their respective categories. The
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Ollie and Quentin is a British comic strip created by the British cartoonist Piers Baker in 2002 and later distributed by King Features Syndicate. The
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Cracker was a British comic book magazine printed by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd that ran from the issues dated 18 January 1975 to 11 September 1976 (a total
The Topper (comics) (505 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
The Topper was a UK comic published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd that ran from 7 February 1953 to 15 September 1990, when it merged with The Beezer. A strip
Wilson the Wonder Athlete (1,130 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
prototype of the "astonishing sporting prodigies" who became popular in British comics, (cf. Alf Tupper, Roy of the Rovers), Gravett describes him as an "unassuming
Gordon Bell (cartoonist) (557 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Gordon Bell (1934 – 13 February 2014) was a British cartoonist, best known for humorous strips for D. C. Thomson's weekly comics, including "Pup Parade"
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School Friend was the name of two different weekly publications marketed toward girls, both of which were pioneering in their respective categories. The
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Ollie and Quentin is a British comic strip created by the British cartoonist Piers Baker in 2002 and later distributed by King Features Syndicate. The
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Ho Che Anderson is a cartoonist and comics artist primarily affiliated with Fantagraphics. Anderson was born in London to “a Jamaican immigrant who named
Paul Cornell (3,312 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Holmes series Elementary. Cornell has also written for a number of British comics, as well as Marvel Comics and DC Comics in America, and has had six
Storm (Don Lawrence) (1,989 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Storm is a soft science fiction/fantasy comic book series originally (and for most albums) drawn by Don Lawrence. It tells the adventures of an astronaut
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St Trinian's is a British gag cartoon comic strip series, created and drawn by Ronald Searle from 1946 until 1952. The cartoons all centre on a boarding
Barry Kitson (1,589 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
British comics artist
Dan Abnett (1,919 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
Dan Abnett (born 12 October 1965) is an English comic book writer and novelist. He has been a frequent collaborator with fellow writer Andy Lanning, and
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Nigel Parkinson is a British cartoonist who works for D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd and mainly draws for The Beano and The Dandy. Parkinson is the official artist
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‹ The template Infobox magazine is being considered for merging. › Doctor Who Adventures is a magazine based on the British science fiction television
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for War Picture Library, Lion and Valiant, and helping to create the British comics antihero The Steel Claw. Paul Grist's comics series Jack Staff acknowledges
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Jamie Delano (/ˈdɛlənoʊ/; born 1954) is a British comics writer. He was part of the first post-Alan Moore "British Invasion" of writers which started to
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Al Ewing (/ˈjuːɪŋ/) is a British comics writer who has mainly worked in the small press and for 2000 AD and Marvel Comics. Al Ewing began his career writing
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Bullet on 26pigs.com Bullet cover shots on 26pigs.com Issue dates of British comics Reported plans for Fireball animated series DC Thomson home page
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The Better 'Ole is a 1926 American silent World War I comedy drama film. Released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., this film is the second full-length film
Warrior (comics) (1,488 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Warrior was a British comics anthology that ran for 26 issues between March 1982 and January 1985. It was edited by Dez Skinn and published by his company
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Glenn Fabry (/ˈfeɪbri/; born 24 March 1961) is a British comics artist known for his detailed, realistic work in both ink and painted colour. Glenn Fabry's
John Smith (comics writer) (2,558 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
British comics writer (born 1967)
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Born 1933 Nationality Scottish Known for Illustrator, The Beano Notable work The Bash Street Kids, Dennis the Menace, Fred's Bed Movement British comics
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September 2018.) Stringer, Lew. "Moon Madness in 1966," Blimey! The Blog of British Comics (July 20, 2009). Brian Lewis on Lambiek Comiclopedia Posts relating
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From Hell is a graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Eddie Campbell, originally published in serial form from 1989 to 1998. The full collection
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title and attracted comics creators like Alan Grant and Warren Ellis. British comics creators to have worked on Starblazer include Grant Morrison, Walter
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Peter Milligan (born 24 June 1961) is a British writer known for his work in comic books, film, and television. Milligan, who was born in London, England
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Zarjaz is a comics anthology fanzine for the long-running British science fiction comic 2000 AD. Zarjaz was started in 2001 by Andrew J. Lewis and ran
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Graham Dury (born in Clifton, Nottingham) is a British cartoonist. He is known for his work with Viz, having contributed to the magazine from its early
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Mike Pearse is a cartoonist notable for the work he has drawn and written for The Beano comic. His first multi-page strip, debuted in August 1999 and was
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Marvelman, and although creator's rights were almost unheard of in the British comics industry of the 1950s and 1960s, at least some of Anglo's Marvelman
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Chris Cunningham (born 15 October 1970) is a British video artist and music video director, best known for his music videos for electronic musicians such
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phaidon.com. Retrieved 23 October 2016. Chapman, James (1 December 2011). British Comics: A Cultural History. Reaktion Books. ISBN 978-1-86189-962-0. Retrieved
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Mike Collins (b. 1961 in West Bromwich, UK) is an English comic book artist and writer and has been working in comics since the mid-1980s. Born in West
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Captain Pugwash is a fictional pirate in a series of British children's comic strips and books created by John Ryan. The character's adventures were adapted
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Matt Brooker, whose work most often appears under the pseudonym D'Israeli (sometimes "D'Israeli D'Emon D'Raughtsman"), is a British comic artist, colorist
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British Comics. Retrieved 27 June 2016. "John Ridgway Titles". British Comics. Retrieved 27 June 2016. "Denis McLoughlin Tribute". British Comics. Retrieved
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Mike Pearse is a cartoonist notable for the work he has drawn and written for The Beano comic. His first multi-page strip, debuted in August 1999 and was
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British Comics. Retrieved 27 June 2016. "John Ridgway Titles". British Comics. Retrieved 27 June 2016. "Denis McLoughlin Tribute". British Comics. Retrieved
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Liam Roger Sharp (born 2 May 1968) is a British comic book artist, writer, publisher, and co-founder/CCO of Madefire Inc. Liam Sharp was born in Derby
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Matt Brooker, whose work most often appears under the pseudonym D'Israeli (sometimes "D'Israeli D'Emon D'Raughtsman"), is a British comic artist, colorist
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Terry Nation. Other sources Ron Turner at 2000 AD online Ron Turner at British Comics Art Ron Turner at Lambiek's Comiclopedia Ron Turner at the Comic Book
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Matt Braddock, VC and bar, is a fictional World War II bomber pilot who first appeared in prose adventures in the story paper The Rover in 1952, and later
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David Alan Parkins (born 2 November 1955) is a British cartoonist and illustrator who has worked for D.C. Thomson, publisher of The Beano and The Dandy
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John Ridgway (born 4 May 1940) is a British comics artist. Ridgway began his career initially as a hobby, drawing D.C.Thompson's Commando War Stories alongside
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Fred Basset is a comic strip about a male basset hound. The cartoon was created by Scottish cartoonist Alex Graham and published first in the Daily Mail
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Sean Phillips (born 27 January 1965) is a British comic book artist, best known for his collaborations with Ed Brubaker on comics including Sleeper, Incognito
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Simon Spurrier (born 2 May 1981) is a British comics writer and novelist, who has previously worked as a cook, a bookseller, and an art director for the
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Mark Farmer (born 1957 in Birmingham) is a British comic book artist. He is best known as an inker, often working with Alan Davis. Farmer got his start
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Steve Yeowell (/ˈjoʊəl/) is a British comics artist, well known for his work on the long-running science fiction and fantasy weekly comic 2000 AD. Having
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David A. McIntee (born 31 December 1968) is a British writer. McIntee has written many spin-off novels based on the BBC science fiction television series
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Chris Weston (born 1969) is a British comics artist who has worked both in the US and UK comics industries. Weston was born in January 1969 in Rinteln
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Hilda and the Mountain King (marketed as Hilda: The Mountain King) is a 2021 2D-animated adventure fantasy film directed by Andy Coyle and based on the
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Suzy Varty is a noted British comics artist, writer, and editor. In the late 1970s, she compiled, contributed to and edited Heröine, the first anthology
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Trevor Hairsine is a British comics artist, whose detailed style has been compared to that of Bryan Hitch. In August 2005 Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada
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Hilda and the Mountain King (marketed as Hilda: The Mountain King) is a 2021 2D-animated adventure fantasy film directed by Andy Coyle and based on the
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Simon Christopher Francis Furman (born 22 March 1961) is a British comic book writer who is best known for his work on Hasbro's Transformers franchise
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Garry Leach (19 September 1954 – 26 March 2022) was a British comics artist and publisher. Garry Leach's early work for 2000 AD included mainly one-off
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John Mark Reppion (born 1978) is an English comics writer. He is married to Leah Moore, the daughter of Alan Moore, and he has worked with both on the
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Trevor Hairsine is a British comics artist, whose detailed style has been compared to that of Bryan Hitch. In August 2005 Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada
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British comic book artist born in the West Midlands. He has worked on British comics. As of February 2011, he is working freelance after a period of exclusivity
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Mickey Mouse Weekly was a 1936–1957 weekly British tabloid Disney comics magazine, the first British comic with full colour photogravure printing. The
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1984 to June 1988 the strip was also reprinted in most issues of the British comics fanzine Speakeasy. Speakeasy was itself published by Acme Press, which
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‹ The template Infobox magazine is being considered for merging. › CLiNT was a monthly British comic magazine launched in September 2010 by Kick-Ass creator
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Ian Gibson (born 1946) is a British comic book artist, best known for his 1980s black-and-white work for 2000 AD, especially as the main artist on Robo-Hunter
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The Bojeffries Saga is a series of comics stories written by Alan Moore and drawn by Steve Parkhouse which have been published by a number of different
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Hardware is a 1990 British science fiction horror film starring Dylan McDermott and Stacey Travis. The film, which was written and directed by Richard
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Donald Southam Lawrence (17 November 1928 – 29 December 2003) was a British comic book artist and author. Lawrence is best known for his comic strips The
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Andrew Cartmel (born 6 April 1958) is a British author and journalist. He was the script editor of Doctor Who during the Sylvester McCoy era of the show
Jane (comic strip) (1,086 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article
Jane is a comic strip created and drawn by Norman Pett exclusively for the British tabloid newspaper The Daily Mirror from 5 December 1932 to 10 October
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Barry Leslie Norman CBE (21 August 1933 – 30 June 2017) was a British film critic, television presenter and journalist. He presented the BBC's cinema review
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the conventional history of comic strips. He worked extensively in British comics in the 1960s and 1970s. Blasco debuted in 1935 in the Spanish magazine
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The Adventures of Luther Arkwright is a limited series comic book written and drawn by Bryan Talbot. Luther Arkwright made his first appearance in the
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Delcourt is a French publishing house that specializes in comics and manga. It was founded in 1986 through the fusion of the magazines Charlie Mensuel
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Mike Perkins is a British comic book artist known for his inking work and full art duties on comic books such as Captain America, Ruse and Stephen King's
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Frank Bellamy (21 May 1917 – 5 July[citation needed] 1976) was a British comics artist, best known for his work on the Eagle comic, for which he illustrated
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for Wytches by Image Comics. Jock began his professional career at British comics magazine 2000 AD, on series including Judge Dredd and Lenny Zero, the
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Judge Dredd is a 1995 American science fiction action film based on 2000 AD comics character of the same name. It is directed by Danny Cannon and stars
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widely anthologised. Kibble-White, Graham (2005). Ultimate Book of British Comics. London: Alison & Busby. p.140. ISBN 0-74908-211-9 Rosanna Greenstreet
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has proven much more popular with readers.[citation needed] Away from British comics, his work on The Phantom has won awards for the "Best Phantom story
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Ian Edginton is a British comic book writer, known for his work on such titles as X-Force, Scarlet Traces, H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds and Leviathan
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Big Numbers is an unfinished graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Bill Sienkiewicz. In 1990 Moore's short-lived imprint Mad Love published two
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Ian Churchill is a British comic book artist, who has mostly worked in the American comic book industry. Churchill's early work included stints on Supergirl
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Terrence Vance Gilliam (/ˈɡɪliəm/; born 22 November 1940) is an American-British filmmaker, animator, actor, comedian and former member of the Monty Python
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Atomic Blonde is a 2017 American action thriller film based on the 2012 graphic novel The Coldest City, which revolves around a spy who has to find a list
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Ian Churchill is a British comic book artist, who has mostly worked in the American comic book industry. Churchill's early work included stints on Supergirl
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Peter O'Donnell (11 April 1920 – 3 May 2010) was an English writer of mysteries and of comic strips, best known as the creator of Modesty Blaise, an action
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for Wytches by Image Comics. Jock began his professional career at British comics magazine 2000 AD, on series including Judge Dredd and Lenny Zero, the
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When the Wind Blows is a 1986 British animated disaster film directed by Jimmy Murakami based on Raymond Briggs' comic book of the same name. The film
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Tamara Drewe is a 2010 British romantic comedy film directed by Stephen Frears. The screenplay was written by Moira Buffini, based on the newspaper comic
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Modesty Blaise is a British comic strip featuring a fictional character of the same name, created by author Peter O'Donnell and illustrator Jim Holdaway
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John Peel (born 1954) is a British writer, best known for his TV series tie-in novels and novelisations. He has written under several pseudonyms, including
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Kieron Michael Gillen (/ˈɡɪlən/; born 30 September 1975) is a British comic book writer and former video game and music journalist. In comics, Gillen is
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British comics artist
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Henry Flint is a British comic book artist who has worked mainly for British science fiction comic 2000 AD. Flint has established a following for his work
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Richard Elson (born 1962) is a British comic book artist best known for his work on Sonic the Comic, 2000 AD and Thor. Richard Elson is a fine art graduate
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Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton (23 May 1921 – 25 April 2008), also known as Humph, was an English jazz musician and broadcaster from the Lyttelton family
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Lady Penelope was a British weekly comic book magazine for girls which ran from 1966 to 1969. Produced by Century 21 Publications and published by City
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Duncan Fegredo (/fəˈɡreɪdoʊ/; born 1964) is a British comic book artist. Born in Leicester, Fegredo first managed to get into comics after showing his
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makes its debut and will run until October 1959. The first issue of the British comics magazine War Picture Library is published. It will run until December
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Freddy the Fearless Fly is a British comic strip series in The Dandy about a fly who is not scared of people. The strip began in the first issue in 1937
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Alan McKenzie is a British comics writer and editor known for his work at 2000 AD. McKenzie worked for Marvel UK during the early 1980s, editing Starburst
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Ed Hillyer, better known as ILYA, is a British comics writer/artist. His work has appeared in publications from all the major US and UK comics companies
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Paul Jenkins (born 6 December 1965) is a British comic book writer, screenwriter, novelist, and narrative director. He has had much success crossing over
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Jack Edward Oliver (19 June 1942 – 26 May 2007) was a British cartoonist. He is more usually known as J. Edward Oliver (or JEO, or Jack). JEO achieved
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Weekly #1. The character was initially intended exclusively for the British comics market. Endowed with extraordinary powers by the legendary magician
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Parkhouse (née Halfacree) has been one of the leading letterers in British comics for over 30 years. Beginning her career working on Lion for IPC magazines
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Tamara Drewe is a weekly comic strip serial by Posy Simmonds, which had a 13 month run in The Guardian's Review section. The strip is based upon a modern
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Philip J. Bond (born 11 July 1966, in Lancashire) is a British comic book artist, who first came to prominence in the late 1980s on Deadline magazine,
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author of the Candle Man book series, and he contributed to a number of British comics magazines including Escape and Deadline and was part of the British
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Alfred Ambrose Chew Leete (1882–1933) was a British graphic artist. Born at Thorpe Achurch, Northamptonshire, he studied at Kingsholme School and The School
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British comics creator
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Batman: The Killing Joke is a 1988 DC Comics one-shot graphic novel featuring the characters Batman and the Joker written by Alan Moore and illustrated
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Cam Smith is a British comic book artist and inker known to British comic book readers for his work on 2000 AD and in the American comic book market for
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‹ The template Infobox magazine is being considered for merging. › Fantasy Advertiser, later abbreviated to FA, was a British fanzine focused on comic
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Phil Winslade (born 1965) is a British comic book artist. Winslade was born in Surrey in 1965 and spent a lot of time indoors as a child because of a heart
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1973 to 1982. The brainchild of Martin Lock, BEM featured American and British comics industry news and gossip, interviews, comic reviews, essays, columns
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Glyn Dillon (born 1971) is a British costume designer, as well as a comics and film storyboard and concept artist, best known for his work on the Star
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Laika was well-received, with the New York Press remarking that "the British comics creator has fashioned a poignant and accurate portrait of the lives
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Andy Capp is a British comic strip created by cartoonist Reg Smythe, seen in the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror newspapers since 5 August 1957. Originally
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John Tomlinson is a British comic book writer and editor known for his work on various 2000 AD strips. He has occasionally been credited as Sonny Steelgrave
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Rob Williams is a Welsh comics writer, working mainly for 2000 AD. He is currently writing books for DC Comics and its Vertigo imprint. Williams started
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The Bogies is a comic strip in The Dandy and Turbo Extreme. It features bunches of nasal mucus and their adventures. Many of the characters names are twists
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Hob Gadling, also known as Robert, Robbie, or Bobby, is a fictional character from the Sandman comic book series by Neil Gaiman. Gadling first appears
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Colonel Blimp is a British cartoon character by cartoonist David Low, first drawn for Lord Beaverbrook's London Evening Standard in April 1934. Blimp is
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Ian Carney is a British comics animation writer. Born in Liverpool, Merseyside on 21 August 1962, Carney began writing comics in the 80s for Fleetway Editions
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Captain Charles Bruce Bairnsfather (9 July 1887 – 29 September 1959) was a prominent British humorist and cartoonist. His best-known cartoon character
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Henry Matthew Brock (11 July 1875 – 21 July 1960) was a British illustrator and landscape painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. He
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covers 1981–1982 Kibble-White, Graham (2005). The Ultimate Book of British Comics 70 years of mischief, mayhem and cow pies. Allison & Busby limited.
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John Stokes is a British comics artist who has largely worked for IPC and Marvel UK and is best known for his work on Fishboy. Stokes got into the comics
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Kelvin Gosnell is a British comics writer and editor. He was involved in the founding of the long-running comic 2000 AD in 1977, and was its second editor
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Ray Lowry (28 August 1944 – 14 October 2008) was an English cartoonist, illustrator and satirist, possessing a highly distinctive style and wit. He contributed
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2000 AD and Marvel Comics. Coleby started his mainstream work in the British comics industry in 1987, working at both 2000 AD and Marvel UK. His first published
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Steve MacManus (sometimes credited as Ian Rogan) is a British comic writer and editor, particularly known for his work at 2000 AD. Born in London and educated
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Anthony Williams is a Welsh comic book artist. He broke into comics at Marvel UK, drawing for the series Action Force, The Real Ghostbusters and Transformers
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Brett Ewins (1955 – 16 February 2015) was a British comic book artist best known for his work on Judge Dredd and Rogue Trooper in the weekly anthology
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Hicklenton (8 May 1967 – 19 March 2010), aka John Deadstock, was a British comics artist best known for his brutal, visceral work on flagship 2000 AD
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Jak Hurley and Todd Nolan are two fictional comic strip characters from the UK comic The Dandy who rose to popularity as the comic's main strip after its
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Andy Clarke is a British comics artist who came to prominence working at 2000 AD and became known to a wider audience with his later work at DC Comics
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Phil Gascoine (8 June 1934 – August 2007) was a British comics artist, best known for his work in comics such as Jinty, Bunty, and Battle Action, for which
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Simon Fraser is a British comics artist and writer best known for his work on Nikolai Dante, a series he created with writer Robbie Morrison in 2000 AD
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British comic book writer and artist. He is best known for his work in British comics, especially Sonic the Comic, the premiere UK depiction of Sonic the
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Woodrow Phoenix is a British comics artist, writer, editorial illustrator, graphic designer, font designer and author of children's books. Phoenix is best
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Tiffany Jones is a 1973 British comedy film directed by Pete Walker and starring Anouska Hempel as the titular character. It was based on the British daily
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Tank Girl is a 1995 American science fiction film directed by Rachel Talalay. Based on the British post-apocalyptic comic series of the same name created
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Moore became increasingly concerned at the lack of creator's rights in British comics. In 1985, he noted that he had stopped working for all British publishers
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Rufus Dayglo is a British comics artist working in comics, illustration, and storyboards. He is working for 2000 AD and Titan Books in the United Kingdom
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Alan C. Martin (born 4 August 1966) is a British comics writer best known as author of the comic strip Tank Girl. Martin first met Tank Girl co-creator
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Neil Googe is a British comics artist. Googe's early comics work include a Shotgun Mary mini-series and work on 2000 AD, including a number of Judge Dredd
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Gemma Bovery is a 2014 French comedy-drama film based on Posy Simmonds' 1999 graphic novel of the same name. Directed by Anne Fontaine, the film stars
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Nick Newman (born 17 July 1958) is a satirical British cartoonist and comedy scriptwriter. The son of an RAF officer, Newman was born in Kuala Lumpur and
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Boo Cook (born 1972) is a British comic artist, whose work mainly features in the comic 2000 AD. Cook's art has appeared in the ABC Warriors and Judge
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Frazer Irving (born 1970) is a British comic book artist known for the series Necronauts, published by the British magazine 2000 AD. After breaking into
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Dom Reardon is a British comics artist, whose work appears mainly in British comic 2000AD. He is the illustrator of Gordon Rennie-scripted horror tale
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Robin Riggs is a British-born comic book artist. The majority of his published work has involved working as an inker for Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Riggs'
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Antony Johnston (born 25 August 1972) is a British writer of comics, video games, and novels. He is known for the post apocalyptic comic series Wasteland
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Dredd is a 2012 science fiction action film directed by Pete Travis and written and produced by Alex Garland. It is based on the 2000 AD comic strip Judge
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David John Morris (born 19 March 1957) is a British author of gamebooks, novels and comics and a designer of computer games and role-playing games. Dave
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first prepublished in Topolino. January 25: The first issue of the British comics magazine The Victor is published. It will run until 21 November 1992
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Ed Pinsent (born 1960, Liverpool, England) is a British cartoonist, artist, and writer. Ed Pinsent is the son of the classical scholar John Pinsent and
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Lobby Lud is a fictional character created in August 1927 by the Westminster Gazette, a British newspaper, now defunct. The character was used in readers'
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Peter Doherty is a British comic book artist and colourist. Doherty's work over a 15-year career has mainly been concentrated on the classic 2000 AD character
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Arthur Wyatt is a writer for British comic 2000 AD, creating stories mostly in the Future Shock format and in the Judge Dredd universe. Wyatt was also
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his Martin and Reid work for Paget Publications, one of the smaller British comics imprints of the day; producing short run, often single issue, titles
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The artist died one day earlier. January 22: The first issue of the British comics magazine Lady Penelope is published. It will run until 13 December 1969
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Modesty Blaise is a 1966 British spy-fi comedy film directed by Joseph Losey, produced by Joseph Janni, and loosely based on the popular comic strip Modesty
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1967–1968) See also List of comics based on television programs. "British Comics Reference | British TV-related Comic Strips," DownTheTubes.net. Retrieved
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Tom Frame (1931 – 14 July 2006) was a British comics letterer. He created dialogue for the majority of the Judge Dredd strips, as well as other stories
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ever happened. Keep the Home Fires Burning by Mr. M — a column about British comics Speak Not Too Harshly; later called Reviewspeak — comics reviews Newspeak
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Cliff Robinson is a British comic book artist, probably best known for his cover work on 2000 AD, and contributions to the Judge Dredd strip. Clifford
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23 June 2009 Stringer, Lew (31 January 2016). "BLIMEY! The Blog of British Comics: 50 Year Flashback: SMASH! No.1". Steve Holland, The Prisoner of Zenda
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Laurence Campbell is a British comics artist best known for his work in 2000 AD, but he has also recently received attention from his work for Marvel.
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1985 to 1992. By the early 1990s it seemed like every aspect of the British comics industry had Hughes' stamp on it, from the carrier bags at Forbidden
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cartoonist, screenwriter, and producer Steve Moore (comics) (1949–2014), British comics writer Steve Moore (comedian) (1954–2014), American stand-up comedian
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Escape was part of a wider and at the time quite vibrant environment in British comics and that artists did move freely from publication to publication. While
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David Pugh is a British comics artist best known for his work on Sláine at 2000 AD. Pugh attended Art College at Brighton and Kingston upon Thames. On
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The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik-Yak (original title Gwendoline) is a 1984 French action comedy directed by Just Jaeckin, written by Jaeckin
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John Allison (born 1976) is a comic writer and artist. He has been producing comics since 1998 and his work has won multiple Eisner Awards. Allison started
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Ethel & Ernest is a British animated biographical film directed by Roger Mainwood. The film is based on the 1998 graphic memoir of the same name written
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Carl Critchlow is a British fantasy and science fiction comic illustrator. He is best known for his character Thrud the Barbarian, which originally appeared
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Steve White is a British comic book writer, paleoartist, and occasional colourist who has mainly worked with 2000 AD. White's career in comics began in