Published on September 1st, 2018 | by Richard Boom0
Tim Sale and Klaus Janson join MCM London ComicVillage guests
Tim Sale and Klaus Janson are the latest top comic creators to be announced for MCM London’s Comic Village, joining Eisner Award winners Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello as special guests at the October show. Husband and wife team Jimmy and Amanda were previously announced, as were Frank Cho and Jorge Molina.
Tim Sale began working in comics for the series MythAdventures in 1983, hut the body of Sale’s comics work has been with collaborator Jeph Loeb, including the Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Specials, Batman: The Long Halloween, Batman: Dark Victory, as well as Superman for All Seasons and Catwoman: When in Rome. At Marvel Comics, the team has produced the Colour books such as Daredevil: Yellow, Spider-Man: Blue, Hulk: Gray and Captain America: White. With Darwyn Cooke, Sale also launched the Superman Confidential series in 2007.
Other noted work include Vampirella: Rebirth also with writer Jeph Loeb.
COMICSBLOG.fr had the scoop at Reed POP’s Comic Con Paris about Sale working with two writers at DC Comics for two Batman projects, one with current ongoing Batman twice-monthly comic writer Tom King, and the other with the Nightwing: The New Order writer Kyle Higgins.
Klaus Jansen is a German-born American comic book artist. He is best known as an inker but is also a penciller in his own right. His first work appeared in the 70’s, but is best known for his collaboration with Frank Miller on the their seminal Daredevil run from 1979-83 and for their ground breaking work on Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
He has also pencilled and inked for various Batman titles including Batman: Gothic with Grant Morrison, Amazing Spider-Man with John Romita Jr., Avengers, The Defenders, Wolverine, Detective Comics, and Batman as well as many other DC and Marvel titles.
Other noted work are Batman-Spawn: War Devil, written by written by Doug Moench and Chuck Dixon and drawn fully by Klaus Janson. The other crossover –Spawn/Batman– was written by Frank Miller; another guest at the upcoming MCM London show!
If you are looking for a gem, look out for DC Science Fiction Graphic Novel from 1985, called Frost and Fire, written by the legendary Ray Bradbury
Known for his series LIBERTY MEADOWS, as well as books such as MIGHTY AVENGERS and HULK for Marvel Comics – comic artist, writer, and illustrator Frank Cho is joining the MCM London Comic Con Comic Village!
Chat him up about his new creator-owned project with Tom Sniegoski!
Best known for his work with Marvel on such titles as SPIDER-MAN, X-MEN BLUE, STAR WARS and Darth Maul, artist Jorge Molina is joining us at MCM London Comic Con!
Chat him up about his participation in Spider-Geddon!
Best known for series such as Harley Quinn, Painkiller Jane, Power Girl, Vampirella and Eisner-nominated graphic novel The Pro, Conner’s comics CV features a host of top tiles including Lois Lane, Codename: Knockout and Birds of Prey for DC Comics’ Vertigo line, X-Men Unlimited for Marvel and Blackbull Comics’ Gatecrasher, which she co-created. Her recent work includes art for the late Darwyn Cooke’s Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre.
Multi award-winning writer and inker Jimmy Palmiotti has a tonne of high-profile projects to his name, including relaunching DC’s Harley Quinn series alongside partner Amanda Conner and co-creating Painkiller Jane and Marvel’s Marvel Knights imprint. Other work includes Powergirl, Deadpool, Monolith and Jonah Hex for DC Comics, Back to Brooklyn and The Pro for Image Comics, The Last Resort for IDW and 21 Down for WildStorm.
In addition to creating the iconic The Dark Knight Returns, the hugely-influential Miller has written a host of classic comics and graphic novels, from Sin City and 300 (both of which were adapted as major movies) to Daredevil: Born Again and Elektra: Assassin. Other acclaimed examples of Miller’s work include Batman: Year One, Ronin, Hard Boiled and Martha Washington miniseries Give Me Liberty.
Rising to prominence with award-winning, Eduardo Risso-illustrated noir crime series 100 Bullets, Brian Azzarello is also well known for penning DC superhero titles such as Joker, Wonder Woman, Superman: For Tomorrow, Lex Luthor: Man of Steel and Flashpoint: Batman – Knight of Vengeance. Other highlights of Ohio-born Azzarello’s distinguished comics career include writing for horror series Hellblazer and the Wild West-set Loveless.