Cartoonist Roger Langridge archive interview part of latest Doctor Who: Panel to Panel podcast

Doctor Who: Panel to Panel - Episode 163 - Roger Langridge

Episode #163 of Jeremy Bement’s ever enjoyable Doctor Who: Panel to Panel podcast is live, featuring an archive chat with ace cartoonist and letterer Roger Langridge.

Roger is an Eisner and Harvey Award-winning cartoonist and illustrator with over 25 years’ worth of experience in the field – including lettering the Doctor Who comic strip, and drawing some, too. Learn more about his career and comic work, plus check out Jeremy’s take on the summer multi company “Doom’s DayDoctor Who crossover, listen to some news, and more.

Alongside his Doctor Who work, today Roger is probably best known for his work on Marvel’s Thor: The Mighty Avenger (with Chris Samnee), and “Pandora Perfect” for 2000AD Regened (with Brett Parsons).

Snarked by Roger Langridge

He’s also the creator of the web strip and self-published series Fred the Clown; Boom! Studios’ The Muppet Show Comic Book; Jim Henson’s Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow; and his Eisner-winning series, Snarked!, an original adventure inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll.

He has also worked on Popeye, Mandrake the Magician, John Carter of Mars and Rocky and Bullwinkle, among other things.

His most recent works are the all-ages graphic novels The Baker Street Peculiars (with Andy Hirsch) and Abigail and the Snowman (both for Boom! Studios), and made a return to his signature character, Fred the Clown, with the brilliant The Iron Duchess, in 2017.

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