Since starting work with 2000AD in ’93 I’ve drawn stories for Judge Dredd, Nemesis, ABC Warriors, Low Life, Shakara and Zombo among many others winning the Diamond National Comics Award for best comic artist, 2004.  American work includes The Omegamen and Haunted Tank. My Art book; Broadcast the TV Doodles of Henry Flint has been released containing work done sat in front of the TV. Also written and drawn Catalyst Island for David Lloyd’s online comic Aces Weekly.

I’m currently working on a number of projects for 2000ad and American publications. More information to follow.

6 Comments on “About”

  1. David Penny says:

    Hi Mr Flint
    We are nerdageddon and we run a string of events on the south coast and are starting a Southampton Comic Con. We were wondering if you would consider coming down and signing/sketching for us ? The event is in Totton on the 12th of April 2014
    We can pay your travel costs and lunch/refreshments would be provided. The money you take would be yours.
    We support a local childrens cancer charity the Piam Brown ward at Southhampton General Hospital which is close to my colleage Waynes heart.
    It would be fantastic if you could attend our event

    Many Thanks

    Dave Penny
    Guest management.

  2. l says:

    Hi Henry, just had to make contact and say how much I am enjoying your current Judge Dredd Titan work, Rob’s story is brill and you drawing, layouts & colours are just out standing.

    all the best


  3. echsllc says:

    I am trying to track down an artist I knew when I was a little boy; he gave me drawing lessons, about 36yrs ago. At that time, he was student in my mother’s art class at Penn State University, (so that should attest to how good he was, if she was outsourcing:)

    Anyway, there were two things that were very particular to him: he only used ball point pens, and he drew in perfect perspective, and could start drawing at any point on the page. It was amazing. No sketching or using grids, he just drew everything like you took a picture with a camera and turned it into line art. Truly gifted.

    I know it’s been a long time, but does, this ring a bell? I was 7. You took me to my first comic book store (and I got a 1954 baseball card) instead of taking me back to school, after our drawing lesson… ring a bell? or wrong guy?

    • Henry Flint says:

      Hi Echsllc,
      I think you may have the wrong guy. It may be Flint Henry you’re after, he’s American I’m from the UK.
      Hope you find what you’re looking for.
      All the best,

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