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Jamie McKelvie


Jamie McKelvie

Jamie McKelvie
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McKelvie at the New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 10, 2010.
Nationality British
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer, Penciller, Inker, Letterer
Notable works Long Hot Summer

Jamie McKelvie is a British cartoonist and illustrator.


Since 2003, McKelvie has collaborated with journalist Kieron Gillen on a comic strip for the official PlayStation Magazine UK, entitled Save Point. He has worked on a number of projects for Image Comics, including Phonogram. His next major work was with colorist Guy Major and Matthew Wilson on his creator-owned series Suburban Glamour.

He has done various work for Marvel Comics, including a run on Defenders with Matt Fraction, and the X-Men: Season One graphic novel with Dennis Hopeless. In 2012 he redesigned the costume of long-time character Carol Danvers, for a relaunch of the character as the new Captain Marvel.[1] He is currently collaborating with Gillen on a third volume of Phonogram, and their relaunch of Young Avengers for Marvel.[2][3]

McKelvie's artwork also graces the covers of the Art Brut album Brilliant! Tragic! and the single "Lost Weekend".[4][5][6]



Interior work

Cover work


  • Kudos 2, Positech Games



  • Grand Comics Database

External links

  • Jamie McKelvie's Workblog
  • Jamie McKelvie at the Comic Book DB
  • Myspace
  • McKelvie, Jamie (Mar 31, 2009). "Digital Creator Spotlight - Jamie McKelvie".


  • Moondaughter, Wolfen (February 2005). "Let Me Introduce You: Jamie McKelvie". Sequential Tart.
  • Rappaport, Adrienne (September 2005). "Jamie McKelvie". Sequential Tart.
  • Khouri, Andy (July 11, 2007). Comic Book Resources.
  • Storm, Marc (February 11, 2009).

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