Archive for Guests

Colin Arthurs to attend May Comic Mart

Local artist Colin Arthur’s works as an official Star Wars sketch card Artist for the Topps Trading Card Company. Read more

Ruairi Coleman to join us for Star Wars Comic Mart

Lurgan based comic artist, currently drawing KISS/Army of Darkness for Dynamite Comics.

Previously Ruairí provided artwork for numerous issues of Panini’s Star Wars: Rebels comic and adapted Jason Fry’s “Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure” novel with writer Alec Worley (2000AD, Warhammer) and colour artist Chris O’Halloran (Black Panther, Spider-Man/Deadpool, Generation Gone) for Panini’s Star Wars Magazine. The “Weapon of a Jedi” adaptation is about to be released in trade paperback edition in Germany. Read more

First Guest confirmed for May 2018 Comic Mart

JAKe, is a UK graphic artist and designer. Although his work has appeared on record sleeves, posters, as toys, and in animated form, his work for Lucasfilm Ltd. has mainly been for merchandise, for both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. Read more

Will Simpson to attend February Comic Mart

Will Simpson is a Northern Irish comic book artist who has illustrated comics for DC Comics, 2000AD and Marvel Comics, including characters such as Batman, Judge Dredd and John Constantine of Hellblazer.

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Simon Furman to attend February Comic Mart

Comic book writer Simon Furman is probably the most well-known writer of all Transformers comics.

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Nick Roche to attend February Comic Mart

Nick Roche is a native of County Wexford, but currently resides in Dublin. Having always been a massive Transformers fan, Roche has produced artwork for fan fiction – including the Transmasters UK group, and UK convention publications, gaining a healthy fanbase within the UK.

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First Guest confirmed for February 2018 Comic Mart

John-Paul Bove is a British comic artist. His non-Transformers work has included G.I. Joe and Doctor Who for IDW Publishing and Wrath Of The Titans for Bluewater Productions.

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Glenn Fabry to attend Belfast Comic Mart

Sick and weedy as a kid, Glenn blossomed into a sick and weedy teenager – left school a year early to study illustration at Twickenham Art College, where he got a degree in advanced drunkenness and multicolored hairdos.

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