Name David Baillie
|Notable works 2000 AD|
David baillie interview at new york comic con 2015 by comicsverse
David Baillie is a writer and artist best known for creating the Vertigo comic series Red Thorn, and for writing stories for 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Megazine - for which he also once wrote a monthly column describing his life as a comics creator.
- David baillie interview at new york comic con 2015 by comicsverse
- David baillie rugby scholarship may 17
David baillie rugby scholarship may 17
In 2017 Baillie appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival with Rob Davis to discuss Comics of a Deadly Kind and the inspiration and publication history of his series Red Thorn.
It was announced at San Diego ComicCon 2015 that Baillie would write a new series for Vertigo called Red Thorn, set in modern day Glasgow exploring Scottish mythology, featuring art by Meghan Hetrick, colours by Steve Oliff, (latterly Nick Filardi) and letters by Todd Klein.
In 2014 he was interviewed in Judge Dredd Megazine issue 344 by Matthew Badham about his comics career to date.
In 2013 he was one of a number of professional writers commissioned to write a novel for Amazon Publishing's Kindle Worlds line featuring the Valiant Comics character Bloodshot
In 2011 he took part in the successful group effort to break the Guinness World Records for the fastest comic-book ever produced and the largest number of creators working on a single comic, with proceeds going to Yorkhill Hospital.
In 2010 Baillie was engaged as artist-in-residence for visual arts centre Firstsite in Colchester.