Harry Saxon started dabbling in comics and illustration from an early age and has worked with numerous magazines and publishing houses, both in his native Greece and abroad. So far, his work has been featured in more than 30 exhibitions around Europe (including Greece, the UK, the Republic of Serbia, Cyprus and Italy). He is a member of the Greek Comics Academy and this year he has been given the honour of being a judge in the renowned Animasyros International Animation Festival.
His work often features LGBT themes – as he’s a member of the community – but also sci-fi, fantasy and horror. He is, also, very partial to cats.
He’s been almost exclusively working as a comics colourist for several years. His most known work, among other titles, is “Vagrant Queen” (the basis for the Syfy tv show with the same title), “Vagrant Queen: A Planet Called Doom” and “Test” published by Vault Comics, and “Sex Death Revolution” by Black Mask Comics.
His latest work includes “Killer Queens” published by Dark Horse Comics, that has been nominated for an Eisner Comic Industry Award and a GLAAD Media Award, and “Final Gamble”, published by new publisher Band of Bards.
Lately he’s been writing his first ever graphic novel and finds writing to be very enjoyable.