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Ian Gibson

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2011-06-10 03:13:47 spid Suffix none
2011-06-10 03:13:47 spid E-mail ian@igibson.demon.co.uk ian@ian-gibson.com
2011-06-10 03:13:47 spid Website http://www.igibson.demon.co.uk/ http://www.ian-gibson.com/
2005-12-18 05:00:26 Roger Langridge Suffix none
2005-12-18 05:00:26 Roger Langridge E-mail ian@igibson.demon.co.uk
2005-12-18 05:00:26 Roger Langridge Website http://www.igibson.demon.co.uk/
2005-12-18 04:55:29 Roger Langridge Suffix none
2005-12-18 04:55:29 Roger Langridge Bio Ian Gibson made his debut in the British comic fanzines Aspect and Orpheus. In 1973, he worked for House of Hammer and IPC Girl's Comic Group, and did promotional art for various record companies. He began a collaboration with Valiant editor John Wagner, for whom he drew 'Death Wish', some 'Judge Dredd' stories and 'Robo-Hunter'. He published in the British comics magazine 2000 A.D., where he used the pseudonyms of Emberton and Q. Twerk. (From www.lambiek.net)
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