Transformers US #76
Andrew Wildman graduated with a degree in Graphic Design from Leicester Polytechnic. After working as a designer for a few years, he moved into the world of comics. His artwork appeared in various Marvel UK titles, such as 'Ghostbusters', 'Thundercats' and 'Galaxy Rangers'. His work on the UK 'Transformers' comic followed, and shortly thereafter, Andy Wildman moved over to the US version of the comic. Starting with 'Transformers' #69, he worked as the series artist throughout the rest of the book's run. Andy Wildman's 'Transformers' work stood out due to the appealing layouts he created for the books. He gave the robots smooth and extremely human facial features (sometimes even teeth and eyeballs), which allowed the pictures to much better convey the emotions of the characters.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #133
Firmly ensconced at Marvel US, Wildman worked on a number of their titles, including 'GI Joe: A Real American Hero', 'X-Men Adventures', 'The Hulk', 'Spider-Man', 'Venom', 'Force Works', 'Fantastic Four Unplugged' and 'Spider-Man 2099'. Wildman also drew 'NightMan' for Malibu Comics. His other work includes character design and animated movie production for the video games industry, providing storyboards for Wing Commander and design/concept work on 'The Mummy', 'Gunlok', 'Gunfighter', 'Delta Force', 'Largo Winch', and 'Dredd vs Death'.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #124
Wildman returned to the 'Transformers' in 2002, when he did covers for the Titan Books reprints of the Marvel line, as well as the six-part mini-series by Dreamwave Productions, 'Transformers - The War Within: The Dark Ages'. He also contributed to Panini's 'Transformers Armada' UK series, and the Devil's Due Publishing's 'GI Joe/Transformers IV' title in 2007.