Lee Townsend started working in the comic industry in the mid 90’s as an artist for Marvel UK (mainly as an inker) on titles such as the Deaths Head, Action Man, Transformers. He then went to work in animation for several years for Disney & DreamWorks, returning
Kugali is a digital showcase platform that promotes African comic book artists and writers. They also publish a monthly magazine that features serialized chapters from various African comics as well as articles on African art and culture.
Léa is a twenty-something nerd living in Nottinghamshire, UK. She works in her day job as a forest ranger and in her free time doodles weird animals, designs enamel pins and runs her online shop. Léa has exhibited in Malta
Joanne Harris (MBE) was born in Barnsley in 1964, of a French mother and an English father. She studied Modern and Mediaeval Languages at Cambridge and was a teacher for fifteen years, during which time she published three novels, including Chocolat (1999), which
Ian Sharman is probably best known as the award winning writer of Alpha Gods, Hero: 9 to 5, Hypergirl, The Intergalactic Adventures of Zakk Ridley and the webcomic, Spacescape, and as the editor of and contributor to the Eagle Award nominated anthology, Eleventh Hour. Ian is also
Born in 1962, Ivo De Palma is an actor and dubber since 1983. He started his career, mostly vocal, in Milan, were in the 80s and 90s dubbing was a growing specialisation. Since the early 90s he is also a dubbing director
Hari Conner is an award-winning comics artist and professional illustrator based in the UK. Hari creates fantasy illustrations and comics, most recently Nyx in the Overworld and Finding Home, and is the organiser behind D&Doodles. Find Hari at hari-illustration.com or @haridraws online.
David A Roach was born in Cardiff in 1965 and from an early age he was consumed with both a passion for drawing and writing and a deep seated love of comic books. After studying fine art and Philosophy in Art
David Hine has been working in comics since the early 1980s. After his graphic novel Strange Embrace was published in the USA he was hired by Marvel to write several series, including District X, Daredevil: Redemption, Silent War, Civil War: X-Men and Spider-Man Noir while for DC he wrote Detective Comics, Arkham Asylum, The Brave And
David Lafuente (twitter.com/srDavidLafuente) is a Spanish-born comic book artist known for his work on books such as Ultimate Spider-Man and Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. He first broke into the US comic industry in 2008 drawing the sleeper hit miniseries Patsy Walker: Hellcat. Lafuente is currently working