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Dean Ormston

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2008-06-06 23:16:36 15peter20 Suffix none
2008-06-06 23:16:36 15peter20 Bio Dean Ormston is a British born comic book artist. His most notable work has been for the British comic 2000 AD and for DC Comics' Vertigo line of titles. Ormston's dark, thick paints were seen in action on the Judge Dredd strip on numerous occasions, most notably in the Judgement Day and Raptaur storylines. For the Judge Dredd Megazine Ormston also created, with Si Spencer, the comedy strip Harke & Burr. His work can also be seen in the Predator comics. Ormston's most well known work in America is most likely The Girl Who Would Be Death written by Caitlin R. Kiernan and published by Vertigo in 4 issues in 1998.

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