Gary Spencer Millidge

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Gary Spencer Millidge
NationalityBritish
Area(s)Writer, Penciller, Inker, Letterer
Notable works
Strangehaven
Awards"Best Self-Published/Independent Comic" National Comics Award (1997)
http://www.millidge.com

Gary Spencer Millidge is a British comic book creator best known for his series Strangehaven. He has also written and contributed to books about comics.

Biography[edit]

In 1995 Millidge began his Strangehaven series and in the same month published a short Strangehaven story in the comics anthology Negative Burn.

Millidge also writes about comics, editing Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentleman and Alan Moore: Storyteller as well as writing Comic Book Design.[1]

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Comics[edit]

Comics work includes:

  • Strangehaven #1- (script and art, Abiogenesis Press, 1995-) collected as:
    • Arcadia (collects #1-6, foreword by Dave Sim, 2001 ISBN 0-946790-04-3)
    • Brotherhood (collects #7-12, foreword by Bryan Talbot, 2001 ISBN 0-946790-05-1)
    • Conspiracies (collects #13-18, foreword by Dave Gibbons, 2005 ISBN 0-946790-07-8)
  • "Strangehaven: Custard Creams" (script and art, in Negative Burn #24, Caliber Comics, 1995)
  • "From Hell and Back" (script and art, in Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #9, Bongo Comics, 2003)

Non-fiction[edit]

Awards[edit]

As well as numerous nominations, including one for the 1997 "Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition" Eisner Award, he won the 1997 "Best Self-Published/Independent Comic" National Comics Award for Strangehaven.

Alan Moore: Portrait of an Extraordinary Gentleman was also nominated for the 2003 Bram Stoker Award for Best Non-Fiction.

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