John is a professional comic book artist and colourist. He's been a graphic designer for Trident Comics, drawn/digitally painted covers and illustrated some Future Shocks for 2000AD, provided cover art for Antarctic Press and IDW in the U.S., and coloured Spectacular Spider-Man and a variety of other strips for Panini UK's Marvel Heroes comic. He also co-wrote a three-part story for them co-starring Spider-Man and the X-Men. John has also lectured in comic book art at Staffordshire University for several years. Most recently, he's been a regular colourist on Sinister Dexter for 2000AD. John likes custard, bakewell tarts, jacket potatoes and cats, among other things.
Barry has written some things over the years, including the aforementioned Spider-Man / X-Men team-up (Spectacular Spider-Man 134 - 136) with John. He also worked with John to create the much-loved books ‘Tiger J Jackson and The School for Weird Kids,’ and ‘Kiri, the Fairy Barmaid.’ In his spare time, he likes to make up words and use them invulcerously, though obviously not at weekends or in mixed company.
Tom hails from Birmingham, UK. When he’s not drawing comics he’s reading them. After too many years of labouring jobs Tom has decided to follow his dream and become a comic artist! Tom is currently attending a cartoon and comic art degree course at Staffordshire University. Sunday Lunch Comics are expecting even greater things from Tom in the future. He’s one to watch!
Nikki has over ten years' experience of lettering and logo creation, including work for Dark Horse, The Black Library/Games Workshop, and BSkyB. Despite the name, NIkki is not a robot, but she is a fox.
Comic book journalist and video game programmer, is a self-confessed TechnoFreak fan. He writes for The Geek Syndicate and Outright Geekery and can often be seen hanging around 2000AD Facebook groups. He enjoys pints, people and potatoes, although we are not sure in which order. Chris is currently helping us with a super secret project - more coming soon...