Staz Johnson Confirmed for ICE 2017

Working as a top professional comic artist for nearly 30 years Staz Johnson has drawn just about every comic character imaginable.

Staz got his start working on magazines which covered the then-burgeoning fantasy role playing games industry. From there he got work at Marvel UK where he worked on weekly comic book series such as Transformers and Action Force.


In 1992 he did his first work for Fleetway Edition‘s 2000 AD, a Tharg‘s Future Shocks feature. His most recent work on the title was part of a Rogue Trooper serial in 2003.

His work on Marvel UK’s Death Wreck series in 1994 led to him getting work from Marvel US on titles such as Thor (1994), Force Works (1995) and Spider-Man: Funeral for an Octopus (1995).

He then began a long period where he worked exclusively for Marvel’s competitor DC Comics, initially on a six-issue storyline in Detective Comics #689-694 (September 1995- February 1996) which led to stints as regular penciller of Robin (1996–1999) and Catwoman (2000–2001). His most recent work for DC was the inter-company crossover Batman/Aliens II limited series in 2003.


In 2003 he returned to Marvel, and it is at that publisher that most of his work has since been published. At Marvel he has worked on WolverineNew X-MenUnderworldCable & DeadpoolCivil War: War Crimes and it was also through Marvel he got his work on the Heroes webcomics.


Staz was also the superhero expert on the 2004 Channel 4 television show Zero to Hero

In recent years, he’s a compelted a stunning Dracula Graphic Novel for Classical Comics and worked on the brilliant Vikings Comic series for Titan Comics based on the hit TV series.


We are very happy to welcoming Staz back to ICE for his third appearance at the show.

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