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Warren Pleece

Warren Pleece (Brightonб 1965)

Comics artist

Warren Pleece has worked in comics for over 20 years, mostly for DC Comics’ Vertigo line, but started by self-publishing the dark, sarcastic magazine Velocity in the late 80s with his brother Gary. In the last few years he has worked on the well-received graphic novels Life Sucks for First Second Books and Incognegro for DC Vertigo.

He has also recently exhibited interactive installations at the University of Brighton and The Pump House Gallery in London based on Montague Terrace, a webcomic series originally featured on the Act-i-vate web-comix site.

His latest work includes The Great Unwashed, an anthology of early work due out in 2011 from Escape books and the new graphic novel version of Montague Terrace, both co-written with Gary, to be published by Jonathan Cape in 2012.
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