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Anthony Williams

Real Name
Anthony Williams
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Personal History

Personal History of Anthony Williams is unknown.


Professional History

Anthony Williams is a Welsh comic book artist.

Biography

He broke into comics at Marvel UK, drawing for the series Action Force, The Real Ghostbusters and Transformers, among others. Subsequent British work has included the venerable science fiction comic 2000 AD, for which he has drawn features including Kola Commandos, Mean Arena, PJ Maybe and Robo-Hunter.

His best-known work includes DC Comics' Doctor Fate series Fate; writer Mark Millar's The Unfunnies for Avatar Press; and for Marvel Comics, the first X-Men movie adaptation, and the nine-issue run of Hokum & Hex, a superhero title created by author Clive Barker for Marvel's Razorline imprint.

Williams has additionally drawn issues of comics starring Batman, Spider-Man, Superman and Scooby-Doo, with notable work that includes Marvel's Squadron Supreme: New World Order bookshelf-format one-shot (Sept. 1998); DC's Elseworlds prestige-format one-shot "The Superman Monster" (Dec. 1999) and "Batman: Two Faces" (1998), and several issues of Games Workshop's Warhammer Monthly.

Williams additionally works as a commercial artist on national and international Advertising and marketing campaigns; has illustrated children’s books; and has drawn concept art and storyboards for both live-action and animated films as well as television programs like Doctor Who.

Bibliography

[[wikipedia:File:Hokum&Hex1.jpg|thumb|Hokum & Hex #1 (Sept. 1993). Cover art by Williams and Andy Lanning|]]

  • Robo-Hunter (with Mark Millar):
    • "Escape from Bisleyland" (in 2000 AD #750-759, 1991)
    • "Aces of Slades" (in 2000 AD #813-816, 1992–1993)
  • Babe Race 2000 (with Mark Millar)
    • "Babe Race 2000" (in 2000 AD #883-888, 1994)
    • "Bounty Hunter Mom" (in 2000AD Yearbook 1995)
  • Sinister Dexter (with Dan Abnett):
    • "Curl Up And Die" (in 2000 AD #982, 1996)
    • "Max Vactor" (in 2000 AD #984, 1996)
    • "Slay Bells in the Snow" (in 2000 AD prog 2002, 2001)
    • "Places to go, people to do" (in 2000 AD #1508—1513, 2006)
    • "Pros and Cons" (in 2000 AD #1517, 2006)
    • "Normal Service" (in 2000 AD #1539, 2007)
    • "Life is an Open Casket " (in 2000 AD #1560-1565, 2007)
    • "Yer Ass From Yer Elbow" (in 2000 AD #1589-ongoing, 2008)
  • The V.C.s (with Dan Abnett):
    • "Look on the Bright Side" (in 2000 AD #1327, 2002)
    • "Escher's Well" (in 2000 AD prog 2003, 2002)
    • "Shotgun" (in 2000 AD #1328, 2003)
    • "Tickover" (in 2000 AD #1329, 2003)
    • "Bystander" (in 2000 AD #1330-1331, 2003)
    • "Green" (in 2000 AD #1332, 2003)
    • "E & E" (in 2000 AD #1333, 2003)
    • "M.I.A." (in 2000 AD #1334, 2003)
    • "Charon" (in 2000 AD #1335, 2003)
    • "Down" (in 2000 AD prog 2004 #1371-1379, 2003–2004)
    • "Old Soldiers" (in 2000 AD # 1432-1441, 2005)
    • "Mail Call" (in 2000 AD # 1486-1495, 2006)

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