Annie Parkhouse

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Annie Parkhouse
Born Annie Halfacree
Nationality British
Area(s) Letterer

Annie Parkhouse (née Halfacree) has been one of the leading letterers in British comics for over 30 years.

Biography[edit]

Beginning her career working on Lion for IPC magazines, she has since provided dialogue for many DC Comics titles and 2000AD, working on scripts by writers and artists such as Alan Moore and Garry Leach (on Marvelman). Annie has been the recipient of an Eagle Award for her lettering.

Following the death of Tom Frame, Parkhouse became the lead letterer on the Judge Dredd strip and continues to work on other 2000AD stories, Rugrats comic and Hellblazer, among others.

She is married to British writer/artist Steve Parkhouse

Awards[edit]

Annie has been the recipient of an Eagle Award for her lettering.[1]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Previous Eagle Award winners, www.eagleawards.co.uk

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