Ever since his first strip in Stranglers fan magazine ‘Strangled’ and his 1984 2000AD debut in ‘Slaine’, Glenn has been developing his detailed and realistic work with both ink & painted colour.
He flexed his creative muscles designing adverts, caricatures, tattoos, Christmas cards, pet portraits and everything in between before establishing himself as one of our British comic book heroes. Alongside writer Pat Mills ‘Slaine’ has taken us taken us on a barbarian fantasy adventure based on Celtic myths and stories.
On top of painted work for ‘Crisis’, ‘Deadline’ and ‘Revolver’, Glenn created the covers for Garth Ennis’ ‘Hellblazer’. In fact, this collaborative relationship continued into Vertigo series ‘Preacher’, which has recently been adapted into a television series starring Dominic Cooper in the title-role. After contributing to Neil Gaiman’s ‘Endless Nights’, the artist worked to adapt Gaiman’s novel & TV series ‘Neverwhere’ into a comic adaptation.