Andrew Wildman worked for Marvel Comics illustrating books such as Spider-Man, The X-Men, Venom, PGI Joe and, the book that he is still best known for; Transformers.

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Andrew Wildman is an artist who has worked on some of popular culture’s best known characters.

For a decade Andrew worked for Marvel Comics illustrating books such as Spider-Man, The X-Men, Venom, PGI Joe and, the book that he is still best known for; Transformers. His career as an artist then took him into the world of Video Games where he designed concepts, environments and characters for several games including Aliens Vs Predator. He currently works as a storyboard artist for Film and TV on live-action shows such as Luther, The Winter King, Strike, Doctor Who, Invasion, The Alienist and The Innocents. Work on animated shows includes Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave, Horrid Henry and The Clangers. He was also the co-creator and art director of Channel5’s breakthrough animated TV show; Shane the Chef.

In 2014 Andrew wrote and illustrated the celebrated graphic novel; HORIZON. A narrative that utilises his experience as a comic book artist and his training in ‘personal development’ and ‘life coaching’. Described by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz as “An intriguing book that tells a great story in four wonderful dimensions: words, pictures, speech and space.” and by renowned Philosopher and Author, Alain de Botton as; “Very beautiful indeed”
Andrew’s second graphic novel, OXYGEN was released this year.

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