Tuesday, 28 February 2012


Whew! What can I say?
From a last minute decision to one of the best Convention Experiences Ever!

I originally intended to travel up late on the Saturday night & find a place to crash my head before the convention started Early on the Saturday morning. Though this plan came crashing down the minute a received a special invite from Dom Rand over at comicconventions.co.uk to meet the one and only Stan Lee!

So travel plans scrapped, new ticket booked, and excitement building. I traveled up early in the afternoon to prepare for our Friday Night meeting with the 'Man'.

(More on that in the future!)

Saturday morning began with me making my way through the exhibition halls past the waiting queue, and oh may what a queue! This was to be the biggest and busiest exclusively Comic Book based Convention I had attended to date. From the moment I sat down I was locked into my chair. With a constant river of people waiting for sketches or trying to book sketches in, there was no time to eat. Let alone stretch my legs!

After spending the evening recovering with liquid refreshment on tap, I was ready for the extravaganza of the next day. Again the same, locked in place, head down, I never had time to walk around and chat or even meet some of the great artists that were in attendance.

I do not think I have ever produced so many pieces of Art in such a locked in time frame, however I enjoyed every minute of it. The public were fantastic and everyone I met was extremely friendly and courteous, even bringing me refreshments!

Hot Chocolate with creme & marshmallows?

You can't say better than that!

The London Super Comic Convention, a great show. Lets look
forward to the next. :D

Wednesday, 8 February 2012


I will now be a guest at the 1st London Super Comic Con. A bit of a last minute decision on my part. After purchasing a train ticket costing £7.50 with a place to rest my head if I needed, I originally planned to pop up for the day.

After seeking approval, or rather being kicked up the Ass. I was given a last minute spot at the show. So if your in the area, want a sketch on the day, or to pre-order at convention prices:
A4: £20
A3: £60

(A bargain I must add!) Then drop me a line!

Tuesday, 7 February 2012


I was asked to provide an original piece of Art for The CLUB BATMAN Exhibition in Malaga, Spain.

This will be Alongside Artists such as Walter Simonson, Bruno Redondo, David Enebral, Roger Bonet, Mike Deodato Jr, Mahmud A. Asrar, Antonio Bifulco, John Griffin, David Hitchcock, Pasquale Qualano, Chris Campana, Ken Haeser, David Golding, Marco Rudy, Fernando Dagnino, Carmine Di Giandomenico, J. K. Woodward, Salvo Muscarà, Vicente Cifuentes, Eric W. Meador, Julián López, Raffaele Marinetti, Loston Wallace, Rudy Ao, David Hillman, Jay Piscopo, Sara Richard...

If your able to, check it out!

Wednesday, 25 January 2012


Here are a few of the images I did for a job at the tail end of 2011. The smattering of images are a small part of an animatic I was asked to put together for a new company called World-Soldiers.
Look out for them in 2012.

Thursday, 19 January 2012


Here is the latest Commission, A3 sized. I had never heard of Kamen Riders before being asked to do this. So pen in hand and Thirty down, I can now safely say not only have I heard of them, but can even remember some of their names!

This piece was produced for Nicholas Edward Snowden.

Thursday, 29 December 2011


This was fun Commission for the festive season.

Anthony Jones ordered this for his bother as his Christmas Treat.

There was simply One Requirement, Generation 1 Optimus Prime had to be kicking the Ass of the Movie Series Optimus Prime.

I think I succeeded!

Monday, 19 December 2011


The Lizard, need I say more?
Commission for Sophie Freeman.

If interested in an original commission piece with specific requirement's, just drop me a line at :contact@leebradley.com