Boo Cook

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Boo Cook
BooCook.jpeg
Boo Cook photographed with partner Gem at Comic Expo, Bristol, 2005
Born 1972
Nationality British
Area(s) Artist
Notable works
Harry Kipling
http://www.boocook.com

Boo Cook (born 1972) is a British comic artist, whose work mainly features in the comic 2000 AD.

Career[edit]

Cook's art has appeared in the ABC Warriors and Judge Dredd, as Asylum (written by Rob Williams) and Dead Men Walking (written by David Bishop).

In 2005, Cook graduated to regular work on the flagship story on 2000 AD, Judge Dredd, mostly to scripts by Gordon Rennie and Simon Spurrier. With Spurrier he developed new comedy character Harry Kipling.

Boo Cook started and contributed to the 2000AD Online Charity Auction. Cook has also been providing the art for the latest Judge Anderson stories by Alan Grant, and providing cover artwork on titles such as Marvel's X-Factor, the Elephantmen: War Toys prequel mini-series, and subsequently, the interior art for Elephantmen #21. In 2014, he began working on Doctor Who titles for Titan Magazines.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics[edit]

  • Tharg's Future Shocks:
    • "Home from the War" (with Steve Moore, in 2000 AD #1208, 2000)
    • "Earth Works" (with Dan Abnett, in 2000 AD #1233, 2001)
    • "Sex Machine" (with Simon Spurrier, in 2000 AD #1264, 2001)
    • "Skin Game" (with Steve Moore, in 2000 AD #1268, 2001)
    • "Goldie Locke & the Three B.E.A.R.s" (with Andrew Lewis, in 2000 AD #1288, 2002)
  • ABC Warriors: "The Zero Option" (with Pat Mills, in 2000 AD #1243-1245, 2001)
  • Asylum (with Rob Williams, tpb, April 2007, ISBN 1-904265-67-7):[1]
    • "Asylum" (in 2000 AD #1313-1321, 2002)
    • "Asylum 2" (in 2000 AD #1406-1414, 2004)
  • Dead Men Walking (with David Bishop as "James Stevens", in 2000 AD #1362-1370, 2003) [2]
  • Judge Dredd:
    • "Doppelganger" (with Ben Dickson, in Zarjaz (vol. 2) #1, 2005)[3]
    • "Descent" (with Gordon Rennie, in 2000 AD #1432-1436, 2005)
    • "In the Stomm" (with Simon Spurrier, in Judge Dredd Megazine #236, 2005)
    • "The Listener" (with Gordon Rennie, in Judge Dredd Megazine #265, 2007)
    • "The Biographer" (with Rob Williams, in 2000 AD #1537, 2007)
    • "The Slow Walk" (with Rob Williams, in 2000 AD #1698, 2010)
  • Harry Kipling (with Simon Spurrier):
    • "Prologue" (in 2000 AD #1476, 2006)
    • "Mad Gods & Englishmen" (in 2000 AD #1481-1483, 2006)
    • "Whetting the Whistle" (in 2000AD #1492-1493, 2006)
    • "Something for Nothing" (in 2000AD #1497-1499, 2006)
    • "The Hitman and Hermoth" (in 2000AD #1509-ongoing, 2006)
  • "Team Titanic!" (with Al Ewing, in The End Is Nigh #3, 2006)
  • Anderson: Psi Division (with Alan Grant):
    • "Wiierd" (in Judge Dredd Megazine #272-276, 2008)
    • "Biophyle" (in Judge Dredd Megazine #277-278, 2008)
    • "The House of Vyle" (in Judge Dredd Megazine #300-304, 2010)
  • Damnation Station (with Al Ewing):
    • "The Feelings That You Lack" (in 2000 AD #1681, 2010)
    • "The Sun Always Shines" (in 2000 AD #1682-1684, 2010)
  • Doctor Who (with Al Ewing)
    • Whodunnit (in Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4, 2014)
    • The Sound of Our Voices (in Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #5, 2014)

Covers[edit]

Cover work includes:

Other work[edit]

In 2010 Boo Cook provided the artwork for the debut album of British Alt Rock band The Longest Day

References[edit]

  1. ^ Asylum at 2000AD online.com
  2. ^ Dead Men Walking at 2000AD online.com
  3. ^ Judge Dredd: Doppelganger, Shockwave Flash version

External links[edit]

Interviews[edit]