Nick Percival

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Nick Percival
Nationality British
Area(s) Writer, Penciller, Artist, Inker, Colorist

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Nick Percival is a British graphic artist and Graphic Novelist primarily known for his published comic book, concept artwork and career in computer animation.

Biography[edit]

Percival's first published work was in the monthly British comic Judge Dredd Megazine with a horror ‘strange cases’ tale written by Dave Stone. After several similar stories in the Megazine, he then went on to paint a nine-part story set in Judge Dredd’s world in the Cursed Earth, with the series, Sleeze 'n' Ryder where Nick worked with acclaimed writer Garth Ennis.

The pair would later work together again for the British weekly comic 2000 AD on the Judge Dredd epic, "Goodnight Kiss" — another tale set in the radioactive wasteland of the Cursed Earth, where Judge Dredd is hunted by the assassin, Jonni Kiss and the mutant Brotherhood of Marshalls.

Nick also painted the Sláine story, "King of Hearts" for 2000 AD where he worked with the co-creator of 2000 AD, Pat Mills.

Aside from his 2000 AD, work on various stories and painted covers, including a Dredd one-off story "Crime Prevention" with acclaimed comic book author, Mark Millar, Nick has also produced work for Marvel Comics, MTV, Wizards of the Coast, Upper Deck Entertainment, Boom! Studios, IDW Publishing, Electronic Arts, Sony, Warner Bros., Activision, Atari, Sci Fi Channel, History Channel, Microsoft and Fantasy Flight Games.

He also became prolific in the video game and animation industries where he ran an animation studio in the UK. He directed computer generated cut-scenes for video game such as Alien Escape, Z: Steel Soldiers, Carmageddon TDR 2000 and the Games Workshop licensed video game of Gorkamorka. His company also developed their own computer generated short films and Nick presented one of these successfully at the Cartoon Movie Festival 2002 in Berlin.

Nick is the author and illustrator of Legends: The Enchanted[1] — an original graphic novel, to be adapted into a feature film by Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment.[2]

Legends: The Enchanted won the HorrorNews Net award for Best Original Graphic Novel 2010.[3] and was nominated for an Eagle Award for Favourite Single Story 2010.[4]

Nick is currently developing new projects for films, TV and video games and is completing an original new graphic novel series, The Family due to be released in 2014.[5]

Bibliography[edit]

Comics[edit]

Interior comics artwork includes:

  • Brit-Cit Brute (with writer, Robbie Morrison):
    • "Brit-Cit Brute" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol. 2 #31-33, 1993)
    • "Trilogy" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol. 3 #60, 1994)
  • Judge Dredd:
    • "Judge Dredd: Crime Prevention" (with writer, Mark Millar in 2000 AD #872, 1994)
    • "Judge Dredd: Goodnight Kiss" (with writer, Garth Ennis, in 2000 AD #940-948, 1995, collected in tpb Goodnight Kiss, 2001, ISBN 1-84023-346-X)
    • "Judge Dredd: When Judges Go Bad" (2012, US trade paperback collecting early Judge Dredd work. ISBN 978-1-78108-029-0)
    • "Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files" Volume 20 (2013, UK trade paperback collecting early Judge Dredd work. ISBN 1781081417)
    • "Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files" Volume 23 (2014, UK trade paperback collecting Judge Dredd: Goodnight Kiss. ISBN 1781082529 )
    • "Judge Dredd: Trauma Town" (with writer, Michael Carroll, in 2000 AD #1883-1887, 2014)

Covers[edit]

Cover artwork includes:

Other[edit]

Other illustration work includes:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sunu, Steve (November 17, 2009). "Nick Percival creates Legends". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved November 24, 2009. 
  2. ^ [1], June 17, 2010
  3. ^ 2010 HorrorNewsNet awards, January 3, 2011
  4. ^ 2010 Eagle Awards, March 14, 2011
  5. ^ Nick Percival's The Family at Bleeding Cool.com, March 16, 2013

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