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2000AD Writer: 165
Megazine Writer: 14
Other Writer: 87

Fan Input
Games Designer: 2
Photos: 2

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PAT MILLS

AKA R. E. Wright

CREATOR CREDITS
A.B.C. Warriors, Invasion, Charley's War, Deadlock, Dinosty, Finn, Flesh, M.A.C.H.1, Nemesis the Warlock, Ro-Busters, Sláine, Torquemada, The Visible Man, Nemesis & Deadlock, Satanus, Diceman, Rico Dredd, Black Siddha, Niamh, Marshal Law, Tweak, Ukko the Dwarf, Greysuit, Defoe, American Reaper

COMMAND MODULE CREDITS
2000AD Editorial Droid (1 to 16)
Diceman Creator (1 to 5)

Pat Mills began his long comics career as a sub-editor on DC Thomson's romance comics, but soon found a calling at 2000 AD, where he created Sláine, A.B.C. Warriors, Nemesis the Warlock and countless other strips. Also renowned for his early work on Judge Dredd, Mills' subsequent output has included Marshal Law, Metalzoic, Batman and Punisher 2099. His current projects include a web-based version of Marshal Law at www.coolbeansworld.com [Titan Books]

FIRST CREDIT IN 2000AD

Dan Dare

Dan Dare 11 episodes (Progs 1 to 11) 55 pages
Script: Ken Armstrong (1), Pat Mills (1), and Kelvin Gosnell (2-11), Artist: Massimo Belardinelli, Letters: Bill Nuttall (1-2, 5), Jack Potter (3-10), Peter Knight (9-11)

MOST RECENT CREDIT IN 2000AD

Sláine

A Simple Killing 3+ episodes (Progs 1874 to 1876) 19 pages
Script: Pat Mills, Artist: Simon Davis

FIRST CREDIT IN THE MEGAZINE

Interviews

The Interrogation Cube 15 episodes (Megs 201 to 222) 16 pages
Script: Simon Fraser (1), Gordon Rennie (2), Pat Mills (3), John Smith (4), John Ridgway (5), Mark Harrison (6), Patrick Goddard (7), Frazer Irving (8), D'Israeli (9), Henry Flint (10), Simon Coleby (11), Simon Davis (12), Steve Roberts (13), Chris Weston (14), Simon Spurrier (15)
Not in Megs206, 208, 209, 213, 216, 217, 220

MOST RECENT CREDIT IN THE MEGAZINE

American Reaper

Reaper Files: False Flag 1 episode (Meg 337) 6 pages
Script: Pat Mills, Artist: Fay Dalton, Letters: Annie Parkhouse


LINKS

The Dredd Generation: Founding Fathers interview by Brent Keane
In the year of 2000AD's 25th anniversary, Ninth Art spoke to some of the magazine's most famous creators - Pat Mills, Alan Grant and John Wagner - about their memories, their regrets, their creations and their influences. (17 June 2002)
Pat Mills interview by Richmond Clements
2000AD Review, 21 August 2004
Pat Mills interview by Will Cooling
The Nexus, 27 August 2004

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