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Dr Who

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Richard Starkings is an Eisner-nominated comic letterer, with work stretching at least back to the 12th January 1985 issue of the UK Transformers title. He was a staple of the Marvel UK family of artists during its heyday in the late 1980s. His first big break in the American comic industry came with 1988's Batman: The Killing Joke, and continues, as of 2008, to work regularly for American publishers.

His work for Doctor Who Magazine was confined largely to the Sixth Doctor's era, where he shared responsibilities with Annie Parkhouse.

He was also the Picture Consultant for Doctor Who Magazine for a number of issues.

Credits as writer (under the pseudonym Richard Alan)

Credits as letterer


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DC Comics

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Marvel Database

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Richard Starkings is a British comic letterer and editor. He lettered several issues of both the British edition of the Marvel Generation One comic and the US Generation 2 comic. He went on to found Comicraft, a computer-lettering company that has made traditional hand lettering of comics largely obsolete. Due to Comicraft's lettering of the Universe comic, his name also appears in that series' credits.

For a year in the late 1980s he also formally served as editor of the originated UK strips for the UK comic. This was because Simon Furman's position as both writer and editor on the title was formally frowned on by Marvel US's editor-in-chief Tom DeFalco, so Starkings served in an advisory capacity.[1] Starkings himself has stated that he and Furman treated this as a formality and his input into the strips was minimal.[2] He was also editor of the Marvel UK Action Force comic when it ran a crossover with Transformers entitled "Ancient Relics!"

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References

  1. Unknown author "Transformers UK" in Second Generation [Trade paperback] (London; Titan Books, 2004), page 6.
  2. Starkings, Richard "Prophetic Words" in Dark Designs [Trade paperback] (London; Titan Books, 2002), page 4.

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