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John Cooper was a British comic artist who specialised in action and war stories[3].

He initially used a brush but would later use a pilot pen and brush over rough pencils[4].

He is best known for One-Eyed Jack, which he created with John Wagner and Johnny Red, a strip whose are duties he took over from Joe Colquhoun[5]. He also worked as a courtroom artist, his work appearing on television.

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Bibliography[]

2000AD work[]

Megazine work[]

  • Armitage
  • Interviews
    • Interrogation: Last of the Tough Guys - interviewed by Michael Molcher

Associated work[]

  • The Amstor Computer - Eagle
  • The Lawless Touch - Tornado
  • One-Eyed Jack - Eagle
  • Timequake - Starlord

Other work[]

  • TV21 Annual
    • Secret Agent 21 (first published work, 1968) [5]
  • Joe 90 (1969)[5]
  • Thunderbirds
  • Captain Scarlet
  • Lady Penelope
  • Doctor at Sea
  • Wurzel Gummidge
  • Grange Hill
  • Dredger
  • The General Dies at Dawn
  • Mirabelle
    • Dixy of Dollycabs
  • Disney[3]
  • Shoot![3]
  • Battle
    • Johnny Red
  • Bullet
  • Action
  • Battle
    • Action Force[6]
  • Roy of the Rovers
    • Goalmouth
  • The Sun (newspaper)
    • Striker
  • Richard the Lionheart: The Life of a King and Crusader[6] (graphic novel)
  • Channel 4
    • South of Waterloo[6]
  • Private Eye
    • Roy of the ———?

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