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Rufusdayglo

Rufus Dayglo is a Northern Irish comics artist based in London. He spent some time in New Zealand in the early 1990s, where he drew for small press comics like Pistake (1992-1995). He moved to London where he worked in animation - he has worked on Warners Brothers films, hundreds of television commercials and was one of the team working on the first few pop promos for the animated band Gorillaz - and as a dealer in original comic art, selling work by various artists with 2000 AD connections like Carlos Ezquerra, Henry Flint and Trevor Hairsine.

In the late 1990s he began contributing to 2000AD fanzines like Class of '79 and Dogbreath, which led to work for 2000AD itself, beginning with a "Future Shock" in 2003, and going on to draw Judge Dredd and Lowlife. For IDW Publishing in the USA, he has drawn the computer game spin-off Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, and the political thriller Snaked (2007-2008). Since 2007 he has been the primary artist on Tank Girl, in various miniseries from IDW and Titan Books, and serials in the Judge Dredd Megazine.

Comics bibliographyEdit

  • "Peanut Butter and Spermicidal Jelly", Pistake #2, with Simon Morse, 1992
  • "A Religious Experience", Pistake #3, with Rod Mills, Chris Hoskins and David Tulloch, 1992
  • "A Children's Story", Pistake #4, with Amanda Clark, 1993
  • "Peanut Butter and Spermicidal Jelly Get Lost in Space", Pistake #5-8, 1993
  • "Straitjacket Ninja & Zog the Wonder Moron Vs. Peanut Butter & Spermicidal Jelly", Pistake #9, with David Tulloch and Simon Morse, 1993
  • "Roy Columbus and the Invaders", Pistake #9-10, 12, with David Tulloch, 1993-4
  • "Antenna Man", Pistake #10-12, 1994
  • "Judge Dredd: Courtroom", Class of 79 #1, written by Chris Lowder, 1998
  • "Judge Dredd: My Hero", Class of 79 #1, writer-artist, 1998
  • "Deathwish", Class of 79 #2, written by Gary Simpson, 1998
  • "Strontium Dogg", Dogbreath #8, written by Gary Simpson, 2002
  • "A Darkness Greater than Light", Dogbreath #9, 2002
  • "Easiest Ten Thou I Ever Made", Dogbreath #9, written by Gary Simpson, 2002
  • "Infiltrator", Dogbreath #10, written by Dr. Bob, 2003
  • "Future Shocks: The Burning Deck", 2000AD prog 1359, written by Jaspre Bark, 2003
  • "Whatever Happened to John 'Giant' Clay?", Judge Dredd Megazine #216, written by Gordon Rennie, 2004
  • "Future Shocks: A Sound of Intergalactic Thunder", 2000AD prog 1449, written by Al Ewing, 2005
  • "Earth War", 2000AD Winter Special, written by Jaspre Bark, 2005
  • "Tales from the Black Museum: God of Gamblers", Judge Dredd Megazine #251, written by Al Ewing, 2006
  • "Faces", Doomed #4, written by F. Paul Wilson, IDW, 2006
  • "Judge Dredd: The Streets of Dan Francisco", 2000AD prog 1520, written by John Wagner, 2007
  • Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty #9-12, written by Alex Garner, co-artist with Ashley Wood, IDW 2007
  • Tank Girl: The Gifting #2-4, written by Alan Martin, co-artist with Ashley Wood, IDW, 2007
  • Snaked, 3 issues, written by Clifford Lawrence Meth, IDW, 2007-8
  • "Low Life: War Without Bloodshed", Judge Dredd Megazine #271-274, written by Rob Williams, 2008
  • Tank Girl: Visions of Booga, 4 issues, written by Alan Martin, IDW, 2008
  • "Tank Girl", Judge Dredd Megazine #275-297, written by Alan Martin, 2008-10
  • Tank Girl: Skidmarks, 4 issues, written by Alan Martin, Titan Magazines, 2009-10
  • "Nathan Niles-Miller", Forty-Five45, written by Andi Ewington, Com.X, 2009
  • Tank Girl: Dark Nuggets, written by Alan Martin, Image Comics, 2010
  • Tank Girl: The Royal Escape, 4 issues, written by Alan Martin, IDW, 2010
  • Tank Girl: Dirty Helmets, written by Alan Martin, Image Comics, 2010
  • Tank Girl: Hairy Heroes, written by Alan Martin, Image Comics, 2010
  • Tank Girl: Bad Wind Rising, 4 issues, written by Alan Martin, Titan Magazines, 2011

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