Welsh artist David Pugh started drawing comics in 1977, while working in advertising. In 1984, he started drawing Pat Mill's 'Slaine' in 2000 AD. He cooperated with fellow artist John Gillatt and writer Barrie Tomlinson on the 'Scorer' strip for The Mirror in the late 1980s. He joined Eagle magazine in 1989, where he worked on 'Dan Dare' stories. In 2002, he made the graphic novel 'Obvious Tactics', which appeared in Inferno! magazine and was published by Black Library Publishing. He illustrated Bryan Talbot's 6 issue miniseries 'Shadowdeath', and he works as an illustrator for adventure gamebooks.
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