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Lee Bradley

Lee Bradley is a UK based freelance illustrator that works within the comics industry. He has worked on a variety of comic book properties including Spider-man, Transformers, Transformers Animated, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Middle Eastern comic book The ’99. Along with the Transformers How-to-Draw Guide.

Lee works on all aspects of comic book illustration in various roles from penciler, inker to colourist. He has worked as an illustrator on a variety of different MARVEL products from Sketch Card series such as Retro MARVEL, MARVELS Greatest Battles, Women of MARVEL, AVENGERS Age of Ultron & the Marvel Masterwork’s Card Series.

Sally Mortemore

Sally has had a great many roles in the theatre as well as in TV and film productions. She is perhaps best known as Irma Pince the librarian at Hogwarts. There is a theory that Irma Pince, the librarian during Harry Potter’s years at Hogwarts, is actually Severus Snape’s mother Eileen Prince in disguise. Pince’s name is an anagram of “I am Prince” or “I’m a Prince”. Her description matches that of Eileen’s, having the same hooked nose and dark hair as Severus.

Mike Collins

n the mid to late 1980s, Mike wrote and drew strips for Marvel Comics United Kingdom division, amongst them; Spider-Man, Transformers, Doctor Who, and Zoids. He also worked on the celebrated UK weekly comic 2000 AD drawing Judge Dredd, Sláine and Rogue Trooper, as well as writing various Future Shocks.
He was hired in the ‘Second Wave’ of British artists lured to the United States in the late 1980s. Through the 1990s, he worked primarily for DC Comics on their key titles – Batman, Superman, Flash, Teen Titans, Wonder Woman, and the Justice League.
He also drew a series of licensed comics for the company, using various TSR, Inc./Dungeons and Dragons characters. A brief spell at Marvel saw Mike working on Uncanny X-Men (Key issue: #266, the first appearance of Gambit). He was back to DC though, to write and draw Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt, a revival of a 1960s Charlton Comics character.
Mike’s primarily known for his work on TV and movie tie-in comics- for both Marvel and DC he has written and drawn Star Trek comics. In the late 1990s, he drew a Babylon 5 mini-series, “In Valen’s Name”, written by series creator J. Michael Straczynski and Peter David.
Currently, the artist (and sometime writer) on Panini Comics Doctor Who Magazine, as well as co-creating the series American Gothic with Ian Edginton for 2000 AD.

Neil Edwards

Neil was born and is still based in Wrexham, North Wales. After breaking into the industry as a cover artist for Marvel UK (on titles including Transformers), he has since worked extensively in American comics for companies including Marvel (on Revolutionary War, Herc, Warriors Three and Thor amongst many other projects), DC, Dynamite Entertainment and BOOM! Studios, and has also drawn episodes of Tharg’s Terror Tales and Past Imperfect for 2000 AD, as well as Doctor Who for Titan Comics.