Tony Lee is a comic author based in London.[1]

Lee's first published work in comics was a short one-shot story for X-Men Unlimited issue 1 in 2004.[2] Since then he has written for other comics including Doctor Who;[3] Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood and Excalibur: The Legend of King Arthur, both of which were drawn by Sam Hart;[1][4] and adaptations of novels such as G.P Taylor’s Shadowmancer and Doppleganger Chronicles, Anthony Horowitz’s Power of Five and Horowitz Horror, Heather Brewer’s Vladimir Tod and Seth Grahame-Smith’s Pride & Prejudice & Zombies.[5] He also collaborated with artist Dan Boultwood on "Prince of Baghdad", a strip that ran in The DFC.


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