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The death of the comic book artist, whose work also included ‘Hellblazer’ and ‘The Punisher,’ was announced on social media Saturday morning.
Steve Dillon, the comic book artist and co-creator of Preacher, has died at the age of 54, THR has confirmed. News broke of the artist’s death on Twitter Saturday morning, followed by a number of tributes from fellow comic book professionals and fans.

Dillon’s career in comics stretches across five decades and two continents. His first professional work came when he was just 16 years old, in the debut issue of Hulk Weekly for Marvel’s United Kingdom subsidiary. In the years that followed, Dillon’s art would appear in stories for 2000 AD, Doctor Who Weekly and the classic Warrior anthology, including a chapter of Alan Moore’s groundbreaking Miracleman series.

The artist arrived in the United States in the late 1980s with the DC Entertainment miniseries Skreemer, with other work for the publisher including issues of Animal Man and The Atom. It was at DC’s Vertigo imprint where Dillon created the work that he’d be most remembered for, working with writer Garth Ennis first on a critically acclaimed Hellblazer run from 1992 through 1994, and then on Preacher from 1995 through 2000.

Subsequently, Ennis and Dillon worked together on The Punisher at Marvel on multiple series, while also creating artwork for a number of other Marvel titles including Wolverine: Origins and Thunderbolts. His most recent work was a new Punisher series with writer Becky Cloonan.

In addition to his artwork, Dillon will be remembered for co-creating and co-editing the British comics anthology Deadline with Brett Ewins in 1988, which published early work from Gorillaz co-creator Jamie Hewlett — Tank Girl was a Deadline strip — as well as Philip Bond, Nick Abadzis and Al Columbia.

According to a tweet from his younger brother, Glyn, he died in New York City, although no other information has been released about the circumstances of his death.

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Update

I’ve added a new poster image I found. It was done by Steve Dillon

Movies and Television > 2016 – Preacher (TV) > Posters/Promotional Images



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From fresh talent to A-list stars, we reveal London theatre’s biggest and brightest names in the running for this year’s Evening Standard Theatre Awards

A cavalcade of stars including Glenn Close, Noma Dumezweni, Ralph Fiennes, Ian McKellen, James Norton, Billie Piper and Patrick Stewart, are up for the top gongs at the 62nd Evening Standard Theatre Awards.

It has been a spectacular year for London theatre and our diverse longlist, revealed today, represents the best of what the capital has to offer — from Chekhov to Harry Potter, tiny fringe gems to West End smash-hits, unexpected revivals to fresh new ideas, emerging talent to A-list stars.

Shows are eligible for the awards if they opened in London between November 22, 2015, and September 30 this year.

The shortlist will be revealed in Monday’s paper and the winners will be announced at the ceremony co-hosted by Standard owner Evgeny Lebedev and Sir Elton John at the Old Vic on November 13.

Best Actor
Kenneth Branagh, The Entertainer (Garrick)
Dominic Cooper, The Libertine (Theatre Royal Bath/Theatre Royal Haymarket)
O-T Fagbenle, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (National Theatre, Lyttelton)
Ralph Fiennes, The Master Builder (Old Vic)/Richard III (Almeida)
James McArdle, Platonov (Chichester Festival Theatre/National Theatre, Olivier)
Simon McBurney, The Encounter (Edinburgh International Festival/Barbican)
Ian McKellen, No Man’s Land (Wyndham’s)
James Norton, Bug (Found111)
Stephen Rea, Cyprus Avenue (Royal Court, Jerwood Upstairs)
Danny Sapani, Les Blancs (National Theatre, Olivier)
Patrick Stewart, No Man’s Land (Wyndham’s)

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Dominic was on The Andrew Marr Show this morning on BBC one, you can watch it again at 7:00pm on BBC Parliament.
Or watch it here and fast forward to 28:10.



Posted on 10/02/2016 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Preacher, Press, The Devil's Double, The History Boys, The Libertine


Dominic did his interview with Terry Johnson about The Libertine on Graham Norton’s Radio Show on BBC Radio 2.

Public Appearances > 2016 > ‘Graham Norton’ Radio Show, London (01/10/16)

Dominic will be on The Andrew Marr Show tomorrow (Sunday 2nd October) morning at 9:00am on BBC One.



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