Guests 2017

Pat Mills

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A man who needs no introduction to comic fans, we’re delighted to welcome 2000AD legend Pat Mills back to Glasgow.

Pat Mills’ official website / @PatMillsComics

Kieron Gillen

Kieron Gillen

Kieron Gillen is a comic book writer commonly found teaming up with artist Jamie McKelvie. The pair have worked on beloved and award-nominated books like The Wicked and the Divine, Phonogram and Marvel’s Young Avengers. Gillen is also well known for stints on Star Wars: Darth Vader, Uncanny X-Men and Uber.

Kieron Gillen’s Tumblr / @KieronGillen

Jamie McKelvie

Jamie McKelvieJamie McKelvie is an artist and illustrator best known for his comics work on Eisner-nominated series The Wicked and the Divine. He’s also worked on Marvel’s Young Avengers and Phonogram, as well as lending his talents to covers for the likes of Captain Marvel and Ms Marvel.

Jamie McKelvie’s official website / @McKelvie

Frank Quitely


Frank Quitely is a Glasgow-based artist best known for his work on All Star Superman, Batman and Robin, W3 and Jupiter’s Legacy. His art is currently the star of a major exhibition at Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery.

Amy Reeder


Amy Reeder is a New York City-based artist best known for her work on Batwoman, Moon Girl, Rocket Girl and her covers for Supergirl.


Marguerite Sauvage

Marguerite Sauvage

Marguerite Sauvage is a Canada-based illustrator and comic book artist, whose work features in DC Bombshells, Faith, Red Sonja, Thor, Adventure Time and more.

Marguerite Savuage’s official website / @S_Marguerite

Elsa Charretier


Elsa Charretier is a France-based artist who has tackled beloved characters like Starfire and Harley Quinn, as well as drawing for DC Bombshells and George R. R. Martin’s Windhaven, and is currently drawing The Unstoppable Wasp for Marvel. She is also the artist for IDW’s The Infinite Loop, which recently announced its second volume!


Pierrick Colinet

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Pierrick Colinet is the writer of IDW series The Infinite Loop. Initially released in 2015, a second instalment of the time-travelling saga has been announced this year.


Frazer Irving

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Frazer Irving is a comic book artist who has worked for 2000AD, DC and Marvel. Starting his career drawing Tharg’s Future Shocks for 2000AD, he went on to work on titles like Iron Man: Inevitable, X-Men, Batman and Robin, Uncanny X-Men, as well as Image’s Bedlam with Nick Spencer and Annihilator with Grant Morrison.

Frazer Irving’s Tumblr@FrazerIrving

Al Ewing

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Al Ewing is a writer best known for his work on Marvel and 2000AD. Known for his work on Loki: Agent of Asgard and currently USA Avengers, Ewing has also written Judge Dredd and Doctor Who.


Laurence Campbell

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Laurence Campbell is a comic artist best known for his work on Marvel and 2000AD. Campbell has worked on titles including Punisher Max, Deadpool Pulp and Wolverine, as well as Judge Dredd.

Laurence Campbell’s official website@GetCampbell

Tom Foster


Edinburgh artist Tom Foster caught the eye of 2000AD during a portfolio competition at Thought Bubble several years ago. Now he’s worked on likes of Judge Dredd and Storm Warning.

Tom Foster’s Deviant Art / @jumblecashback



Metaphrog are award-winning duo Sandra Marrs and John Chalmers. Following the success of The Red Shoes and Other Tales (2015), the pair return with The Little Mermaid, a graphic novel adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale.

Metaphrog’s official website / @Metaphrog

Previous guests at Glasgow Comic Con include: Kate Leth, Marguerite Bennett, David Aja, Goran Parlov, Rachael Stott, Cameron Stewart, Frank Quitely, Dave Gibbons, Mark Millar, Grant Morrison, Gail Simone, Sean Phillips and John Wagner.