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Steven Horry is a comics writer/artist/inker, illustrator and musician. He has also been a DJ/promoter and geek-themed pub quiz host.

He is currently writing the Comichaus mini-series Lizard Men, as well as the ongoing serial Chalk for the Comichaus anthology.

Prior to this, he handled art duties on the Image Comics graphic novel Double D – a collaboration with Art Brut singer Eddie Argos alongside colour artist David B Cooper and letterer Colin Bell.

His comics work has featured in anthology titles by Avery Hill Publishing and Tempo Lush, and in 2013 his first graphic novel – The Islanders, written by Amy Mason and Eddie Argos with music by Jim Moray – was published by Nasty Little Press.

His illustration clients range from bands and clubs to corporations like Philips, Barclaycard and KPMG, and his work has appeared on websites such as Artrocker, Splendid Berlin, Time Out, Line Of Best Fit, The Londonist, Billetto, Remote Goat, Kentishtowner.co.uk, Kasterborous.com and Supajam.

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Reviews/features:

Steven interviewed on the Joyzine Radio Show about comics and music.

Popbollocks reviews Lizard Men issue 1

Big Comic Page reviews Lizard Men issue 1

Interview with Pipedream Comics about Lizard Men

Pipedream Comics reviews Lizard Men issue 1

Graphic Policy reviews Lizard Men issue 1

Comics Anonymous reviews Lizard Men issue 1

Interview with Eddie Argos about our collaboration on Double D

MTV geek reviews The Islanders

Artrocker feature

The Line Of Best Fit feature

Supajam Feature

Buy The Islanders: http://theislandersmusical.bandcamp.com

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