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Comic book artist
Anthony Williams is a Welsh comic book artist who began his career in the 1980s with Marvel UK, drawing for titles like 'Action Force', 'The Real Ghostbusters' and 'Transformers'. He also drew features like 'Kola Commandos', 'Mean Arena', 'PJ Maybe' and 'Robo-Hunter' for 2000 AD. He eventually went to work for the US companies, and is best known for his work on 'Doctor Fate' (DC), 'The Unfunnies' (with Mark Millar at Avatar Press), the first 'X-Men' movie adaptation (Marvel) and 'Hokum & Hex' (Marvel Razorline).
Other credits include stories with 'Batman', 'Spider-Man', 'Superman' and 'Scooby Doo', including 'Squadron Supreme: New World Order' (Marvel), 'The Superman Monster' (DC), 'Batman: Two Faces' (DC) and Warhammer Monthly (Games Workshop). Also a commercial artist, Williams has illustrated children's books, storyboards and advertising campaigns.