Comic Writers & Artists Revealed for Stingray: Deadly Uprising

Stand by for comic anthologies!

As Stingray: Deadly Uprising draws nearer to its first instalment with Deadly Concerto this July, we can now reveal further details about the brand new comic strips which form part of this thrilling multi-platform adventure!

Ten exciting new comic adventures will be included in the forthcoming Stingray Comic Anthologies. Recently revealed exclusively by Broken Frontier, these comic adventures are written and illustrated by a plethora of spectacular comic book talent, including several industry heavyweights.

Stingray Comic Anthology Volume 1: Tales from the Depths combines TV Century 21 classics with five brand-new stories, introducing different undersea races and escalating tensions. From jailbreaks to new alliances, each tale pushes Stingray’s crew closer to Titan’s trap, culminating in a cliffhanger that sets the stage for an all-out conflict.

Stingray Comic Anthology Volume 2: Battle Lines concludes the Deadly Uprising saga, combining additional classic comic strip adventures with five more brand-new stories where desperate measures lead to alliances both made and broken. As Titan’s forces launch a decisive assault on Marineville turning the terraneans’ might against them, it’s up to Stingray and newfound allies to defend their home.

The new comics include alumni who’ve worked on comics published by Marvel, DC, Image, Titan, Dark Horse Comics, IDW, and more. The full list of talent behind the original comic stories is listed below!

James Swallow: writer – The Undefeated, Triple Cross

Keith Burns: artist – Warning Below the Waves, Anthology Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 covers

Ernie Altbacker: writer – Battle For Marineville

Art by Matt Brooker for The Undefeated

John McCrea: artist – Shifting Seas

Brian Williamson: artist – Shadows From The Deep

Lee Sullivan: artist – Voyage to Danger, Battle for Marineville

Art by John McCrea for Shifting Seas

Simon Fraser: artist – Tempest Fugit, Rescue in the Depths

Nick Abadzis: writer – Tempest Fugit, Rescue in the Depths

Ian Edginton: writer – Voyage to Danger

Matt Brooker: artist – The Undefeated

Neil Roberts: artist – Desperate Measures

Art by Simon Fraser for Tempest Fugit

Jack Knoll: writer – Shadows From The Deep

Ben Wolf Page: writer – Warning Beneath The Waves

Chris Thompson: writer – Shifting Seas

Art by Lee Sullivan and colours by Connor Flanagan for Voyage to Danger

Andrew Clements: writer – Desperate Measures

Connor Flanagan: artist – Triple Cross / colourist – Voyage to Danger, Battle for Marineville

Jack Davies: colourist – Shifting Seas

Emily Joyce Stewart: letterer – multiple stories

Stingray Comic Anthology Vol. 1: Tales from the Depths will be released in August, followed by Stingray Comic Anthology Vol. 2: Battle Lines in November. Don’t forget to subscribe to the official Stingray: Deadly Uprising mini website to receive further news on the anthologies and further instalments in this groundbreaking multi-media arc!

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Written by
Fred McNamara

Atomic-powered writer/editor. Website editor at Official Gerry Anderson. Author of Flaming Thunderbolts: The Definitive Story of Terrahawks. Also runs Gerry Anderson comic book blog Sequential 21.

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