Steve Parkhouse

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Steve Parkhouse
Nationality British
Area(s) Writer, Artist, Letterer
Pseudonym(s) Maxwell Stockbridge
Notable works
Night Raven
Big Dave
Doctor Who
The Bojeffries Saga

Steve Parkhouse is a writer, artist and letterer who has worked for many British comics, especially 2000 AD and Doctor Who Magazine.

Biography[edit]

Parkhouse has been in comics since 1969, when he co-wrote two Marvel Comics stories, one starring the jungle lord Ka-Zar in Marvel Super-Heroes No. 19 (March 1969), and the other starring the eponymous superspy in Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. No. 12 (May 1969).[1]

Since then he has worked on a wide range of titles from 2000 AD to Warrior and various Marvel UK titles.

His work includes "Big Dave" (with Mark Millar and Grant Morrison) in 2000 AD, The Bojeffries Saga with Alan Moore, Night Raven with David Lloyd and various strips in Doctor Who Magazine. He illustrated three Dr. Who episodes in 1982–83.

In 2004 he provided the art for Angel Fire, which was written by Chris Blythe (better known for his colouring work).[2] This was published by Shattered Frames, a company they established in the same year to produce British graphic novels. In the same year he also drew writer Joe Casey's miniseries Milkman Murders, published by Dark Horse Comics.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics work includes:

  • Big Dave (written by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar):
    • "Target Baghdad" (in 2000 AD #842–845, 1993)
    • "Young Dave" (in 2000AD Yearbook 1994, 1993)
    • "Monarchy in the UK" (in 2000 AD #846–849, 1994)
    • "Wotta Lotta Balls" (in 2000 AD #904–907, 1994)

Awards[edit]

1994: Nominated for "Best Graphic Album—Reprint" Eisner Award for The Complete Bojeffries Saga[3]

References[edit]

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