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Encyclopedia > Lew Stringer

Lew Stringer (born March 22, 1959, England) is a freelance comic artist and scriptwriter. He sold his first professional cartoon to Marvel UK (the British branch of Marvel Comics ) in 1983 where it appeared in The Daredevils comic. Since then Stringer has freelanced for numerous British humour comics. His best remembered creations are Tom Thug and Pete and His Pimple for Oink! comic (1986) which outlasted that comic and continued into Buster comic, and Combat Colin the halfwit hero who featured in Action Force and The Transformers comics. The Mighty World of Marvel #1: The very first Marvel UK title published in 1972. ... It has been suggested that Felicia (pseudonym) be merged into this article or section. ... The Daredevils was a Marvel UK title from 1983 featuring reprints of Frank Millers Daredevil work, as well as new Captain Britain work by Alan Moore and Alan Davis. ... Oink! was the title of a British comic for children which was published from 3 May 1986-22 October 1988. ... Buster can mean one of several things: Buster, a British comic. ... Combat Colin, a slapstick comedy adventure comic strip created, written and drawn by humour comic artist/writer Lew Stringer, appeared as a back up strip in Action Force comic in the 1990s. ... Action Force was the British range of GI Joe figures, comics and merchendise that was relesed in the Mid-Eighties. ... Various Transformers toys Transformers is the name of a line of toys produced by Hasbro from 1984 onwards, and also of a number of spin-offs based on the toys including a Marvel Comics series, an animated television series that began airing on 1984 (Transformers series) and a feature-length...


Stringer has also worked as a writer on Sonic the Comic and CiTV Tellytots magazine, and as an artist/writer for Viz comic and many other publications. He broke into the international market in 1997 creating the Suburban Satanists for the Norwegian comic Geek. Since 1999 those characters have appeared in the Swedish/Norwegian comic Herman Hedning. Sonic the Comic, known to its many readers as STC, was a UK childrens comic published by Fleetway Editions (the merged companies Fleetway and London Editions, which progressively became integrated with its parent company Egmont until it became known as Egmont Magazines) between 1993 and 2002. ... Viz is a popular British adult spoof comic magazine. ... The neutrality of this article is disputed. ...


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Comic creator: Lew Stringer (130 words)
In the 1980s, Lew Stringer was freelancing for Marvel UK, producing popular back-up strips for several of their weeklies.
Stringer was commissioned to create a character for the new Marvel 'Action Force' title.
Stringer frequently works as an artist on Viz, and also produces a strip for the Swedish comic, 'Herman Hedning'.
Comic creator: Lew Stringer (130 words)
In the 1980s, Lew Stringer was freelancing for Marvel UK, producing popular back-up strips for several of their weeklies.
Stringer was commissioned to create a character for the new Marvel 'Action Force' title.
Stringer frequently works as an artist on Viz, and also produces a strip for the Swedish comic, 'Herman Hedning'.
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