Rufus Dayglo is a London-based comics artist working for 2000 AD and Titan Books in the United Kingdom, and IDW Publishing and Image Comics in the United States. His Tank Girl work has also been published by Ankama Editions in France in 2011.
Dayglo started his career in the animation industry working on feature films, pop promos, storyboarding and commercials before moving into comic book art.
Dayglo has drawn 5 complete series of Tank Girl with co-creator Alan Martin, for Titan Books ('Bad Wind Rising' mini series), Image Comics (Image Tank Girl quarterly one shots), and IDW Comics ('The Royal Escape' mini series). The Tank Girl series Dayglo has drawn are Tank Girl: Visions of Booga, Tank Girl: Skidmarks, Tank Girl: The Royal Escape, Tank Girl: We Hate Tank Girl, and Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising.
Dayglo is now working on Solid Gold Death Mask, a creator owned project which will be launched free on the internet, and then collected as books.
- "Peanut Butter and Spermicidal Jelly" (with Simon Morse, in Pistake #2, 1992).
- "A Religious Experience" (with Rod Mills, Chris Hoskins and David Tulloch, in Pistake #3, 1992).
- "Peanut Butter and Spermicidal Jelly" (in Pistake #3, 1992).
- "A Children's Story" (with Amanda Clark, in Pistake #4, 1993).
- "Peanut Butter and Spermicidal Jelly get Totally Lost in Space" (in Pistake #5-8, 1993).
- "Straitjacket Ninja & Zog the Wonder Moron Vs. Peanut Butter & Spermicidal Jelly" (with David Tulloch and Simon Morse, in Pistake #9, 1993).
- "Roy Columbus and the Invaders" (with David Tulloch, in Pistake #9-12, 1993).
- "Antenna Man" (in Pistake #10-12, 1994).
- Judge Dredd:
- Mega City One: "Deathwish" (with Gary Simpson, in Class of '79 #2, 1998)
- Tales From the Doghouse (with Gary Simpson):
- Strontium Dog:
- "Easiest Ten Thou I Ever Made" (with Gary Simpson, in Dogbreath #9, 2002)
- "Infiltrator" (with Dr. Bob, in Dogbreath #10, 2003)
- Tharg's Future Shocks:
- Whatever Happened To?: "John 'Giant' Clay" (with Gordon Rennie, in Judge Dredd Megazine #216, 2004)
- "Earth War" (with Jaspre Bark, in 2000 AD Winter Special 2005)
- Tales From the Black Museum: "God of Gamblers" (with Al Ewing, in Judge Dredd Megazine #251, 2006)
- Doomed #4: "F. Paul Wilson's Faces" (with F. Paul Wilson, IDW Publishing, 2006)
- Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty #9,10,11 and 12 (art, with Alex Garner and finishes by Ashley Wood, IDW Publishing)
- Tank Girl
- The Gifting #2, 3 and 4 (4-issue mini-series, IDW Publishing, May–August, 2007)
- Visions of Booga (4-issue mini-series, IDW Publishing, May 2008-ongoing)
- Skidmarks (in Judge Dredd Megazine #275- , 2008-ongoing)
- Tank Girl
- The Royal Escape (4-issue mini-series, IDW Publishing )
- Bad Wind Rising (4-issue mini-series, Titan Books )
- We hate Tank Girl (Image Comics)
- Snaked (with Clifford Meth, IDW Publishing, December 2007-ongoing)
- Low Life: "War without Bloodshed" (with Rob Williams, in Judge Dredd Megazine, #271-274, 2008)
- ↑ Pinter, Karyn (December 14, 2009). "Rufus Dayglo: Tankie's Tank Gets a New Technician". Comics Bulletin. http://www.comicsbulletin.com/features/126077691110262.htm. Retrieved December 19, 2009.
- ↑ http://www.comics.org.nz/wiki/index.php?title=Pistake
- ↑ 2000AD Online - input zone
- Official website
- Rufus Dayglo on Tumblr
- Rufus Dayglo on Twitter
- Art Droids, original art site run by Rufus
|This section includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. (February 2010)|
- The Adventures of Tank Boy: An interview with Rufus Dayglo, Down The Tubes, July 27, 2009
- The Crikey! Interview: Rufus Dayglo, Crikey!
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