Lee Sullivan is a comic book artist known for titles such as Transformers, Thundercats, Doctor Who, RoboCop, William Shatner’s TekWorld, X-Men and 2000AD/Judge Dredd amongst others.
Years before setting his pen to comic pages, Lee trained as an illustrator at Barnfield College in London then went on to work as a graphic artist for BA for five years before freelancing for another five, providing editorial and campaign art for advertising agencies and magazines.
In 1988 he turned his hand to the more fun stuff - comic books. Since then Lee has been a regular contributor to many titles, including Doctor Who where he got a reputation for how he portrayed the Daleks on paper. He has provided art and storyboards for the BBC on Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes and most impressively, a vintage comic strip illustration of Lee’s was actually featured in an episode with Peter Capaldi.
His latest series - Rivers of London is a continuation of Ben Aaronovitch’s series of novels featuring Peter Grant.
Besides being an accomplished artist, Lee is also a budding musician, having performed live on stage in the Roxy Music tribute band Roxy Magic, for many years.
Lee will be attending For The Love of Sci-Fi 2017 on both days of the event and you will be able to buy drawings and autographs from him at his table on the day.
General admission tickets available here