Tag archive for 2000ad

Guest Staz Johnson

Guest Staz Johnson

Our newest guest and also a newbie to Nottingham is the formidable Staz Johnson! Staz has been working on comics for over 30 years, working with the big publishers on both sides of the pond, including the likes of Spiderman, Batman, Wolverine, Avengers X-Men, Deadpool…

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Comic Art Masterclass

Comic Art Masterclass

We have another fantastic guest for you. He’s had a great career working with the likes of the Beano, Viz and Marvel. He’ll be running a special Masterclass for the young uns – please welcome Kev F Sutherland. How did you get into comics? I…

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Geek Force Panels – 002

Geek Force Panels – 002

Big thanks to the guys at Geek Force for filming last year’s panels. Here’s the second one, featuring Vince Hunt, Adrian Salmon and Jeff Anderson.  

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NCC Guest

NCC Guest

A New guest!! She has worked on 2000AD, Rok of the Reds, as well as Angry Birds and her own creation Imaginary Gumbo. Please Welcome Abby Bulmer to NCC! How did you get into drawing comics? I’ve always loved comics since I was a kid,…

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NEW GUEST! No. 18

NEW GUEST! No. 18

We have a new last minute guest for you all for this year’s NCC… CLINT LANGLEY! Clint Langley has an extensive career that started out at 2000AD on Dinosty, he has 17 years specialising in comic/graphic novels, book covers, storyboards and conceptual art for film,…

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Announcing Guest #16

Announcing Guest #16

We’re getting so excited for this year’s NCC and we still have a load of good stuffs coming your way! Including a new guest. Please welcome an artist known for his work on Transformers and 200AD. The very awesome Jeff Anderson! How did you start…

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Announcing Guest #9

Announcing Guest #9

We have a great line up of guests so far and we’re really honoured to have each one! Now let’s add to that awesome list with our latest guest, a Dr Who regular – Adrian Salmon. How did you get into drawing comic books and what…

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