Gary Spencer Millidge

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Gary Spencer Millidge
Area(s)Writer, Penciller, Inker, Letterer
Notable works
Awards"Best Self-Published/Independent Comic" National Comics Award (1997)

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.


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]



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)



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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