Art Wetherell began his career drawing for Harrier Comics in the early 1980s. He then moved over to Marvel UK to pencil titles like 'The Real Ghostbusters', 'Death's Head', 'Transformers', 'Thundercats' and 'Doctor Who'. In the 1990s he started producing work for 2000 AD. Wetherell has worked on licensed comics 'Power Rangers', as well as fairytale stories such as 'Sleeping Beauty' for the children's comic Blue Moon.
Jabba the Hutt
He was assigned by Dark Horse in the USA to illustrate 'Jabba the Hutt' and other 'Star Wars' titles, which was followed by work for Caliber (a.o. 'Negative Burn', 'The Searchers'). He was also one of the first artists published by Fantagraphics as part of its 'Eros Comix' line, creating such titles as '2 Hot Girls on a Hot Summer Night' and 'Treasure Chests'. He passed away on Christmas Day 2003.