Dez is a British comic and magazine editor, and author of a number of books on comics. As head of Marvel Comics' operations in England in the late 1970s, Skinn reformatted existing titles, launched new ones, and acquired the BBC license for Doctor Who Weekly. After leaving Marvel UK, Skinn founded and edited Warrior, which featured key works by Alan Moore.
Called by some the "British Stan Lee," Skinn is one of British comics' most influential figures.
im Perkins has worked as a graphic designer since 1980 and in the comic book and children's books industries since 1983. In 1999 he began work in the theme park industry and a year later in the animation field.
His career in comics includes working for Marvel UK, 2000AD, Marvel US, DC comics, Defiant, Tekno, Caliber, Fleetway, Newsstand, and Toontastic amongst others.
Tim cites some of his career highlights in comics as Dreamstone, Dark Dominion, Phage - Shadowdeath, Chopper, Dinoswords, and Dr Who.