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2000AD Writer: 3
2000AD Artist: 10
Megazine Artist: 1
Other Artist: 13

Covers
2000AD: 8
Reprints: 1
Graphic Novels: 3
Star Scans: 4

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JIM BAIKIE

CREATOR CREDITS
Skizz, New Statesmen

Jim Baikie began his comics career in 1966, writing and penciliing comics like Fleetway's Valentine, plus many TV adaptations including The Monkees and Star Trek. Following his The Twilight World strip in British anthology Warrior, he drew Skizz and Judge Dredd for 2000 AD. As well as two Skizz sequels, Baikie worked on several DC titles, including the Electric Warrior maxi-series, Batman and The Spectre. He then produced New Statesmen for short-lived UK anthology Crisis, and can currently be found illustrating Alan Moore's The First American and U.S. Angel in DC/ABC's Alan Moore's Tomorrow Stories. [Titan Books]

FIRST CREDIT IN 2000AD

Skizz

Skizz 21 episodes (Progs 308 to 330) 94 pages
Script: Alan Moore, Artist: Jim Baikie, Letters: Tony Jacob
Reprinted
The Best of 2000AD 82
The Best of 2000AD 83
DC/Rebellion: Skizz
Eagle: 2000AD Monthly/Presents/Showcase 1 (1-2?), Colour: Janet Landau
Eagle: 2000AD Monthly/Presents/Showcase 2 (3-4?), Colour: Janet Landau
Eagle: 2000AD Monthly/Presents/Showcase 3 (5-6?), Colour: Janet Landau
Eagle: 2000AD Monthly/Presents/Showcase 4 (7-8?), Colour: Janet Landau
Titan: Skizz Book 1
Titan: Skizz Skizz

MOST RECENT CREDIT IN 2000AD

Judge Dredd

An Everyday Disaster 1 episode (Prog 1309) 6 pages
Script: John Wagner, Artist: Jim Baikie, Colour: Fully Painted, Letters: Tom Frame

FIRST CREDIT IN THE MEGAZINE

Midnite's Children 5 episodes (Megs 1.01 to 1.05) 48 pages
Script: Alan Grant, Artist: Jim Baikie
Reprinted
Rebellion: Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files 15