TOM TULLY is one the most prolific writers ever to grace British comics, whose diverse portfolio of work covers over forty decades.
Born in Glasgow, Tully entered the industry in the 1960’s when he became working for fleetway.
One of his earliest strips, Heros the Spartan, ran in the original Eagle and was illustrated by the great Frank Bellamy.
He also wrote Janus Stark (Smash! & Valiant), Mytek the Mighty (Valiant & Vulcan) and The Steel Claw (Valiant & Vulcan) in the same decade.
The seventies saw Tully work on a variety of great stories including Adam Eterno (Thunder), Johnny Red (Action), Harlem Heroes (2000 AD), The Leopard from Lime Street (Buster) and Roy of the Rovers – the strip he worked on longer than any other writer and is most closely associated with.