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Dr Who

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Memory-beta

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Mike Collins is an artist that has contributed work to various Star Trek projects. He was a penciler on Marvel Comics's Star Trek: Early Voyages and Star Trek: Untold Voyages comic series', and has produced cover artwork for the Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers eBook series. He also wrote and pencilled the comic The Needs of the One in the Spring 1994 DC Comics Special and co-wrote the SCE novella Caveat Emptor with Ian Edginton.

Comic Credits

Series Number Title Published Cover
DC Comics
The Original Series DC Special
Spring 1994
The Needs of the One 1994
Marvel Comics
Early Voyages 9 One of a Kind October 1997
Early Voyages 10 The Fallen (part 1) November 1997
Early Voyages 11 The Fallen (part 2) December 1997
Early Voyages 12 Futures January 1997
Untold Voyages 1 Renewal March 1998
Untold Voyages 2 World's Collide April 1998
Untold Voyages 3 Past Imperfect May 1998
Untold Voyages 4 Silent Cries June 1998
Untold Voyages 5 Odyssey's End July 1998
Wildstorm Comics
New Frontier - Double Time November 2000
Deep Space Nine
The Next Generation
3 Divided We Fall
All Fall Down
September 2001

SCE Covers

Connections


This article uses material from the "Mike Collins" article on the Memory-beta wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From DC Database

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Mike Collins

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Professional History of Mike Collins is unknown.

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Marvel Database

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  • Gallery of Mike Collins's pictures
  • Quotations by Mike Collins
  • Mike Collins in the news

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Mike Collins is a Welsh comics writer and artist, having worked for many of the major comic companies in the US and UK including, DC comics, 2000AD, Marvel Comics and Panini UK.

Collins pencilled many early issues of the UK Transformers title, and is also memorably known for serving as the artist on the four 1985 Ladybird Books titles. Collins's style in his Transformers work, be it comic or book, favoured using the actual toys designs instead of the more common comic/animation model sheets.

In addition he wrote the first and final parts of the Marvel UK story "Crisis of Command!".

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