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John Stokes is a British comic book artist. He is a penciler and inker who worked for IPC Magazines, DC Comics and Marvel UK. From 1971 to 1974, he completed 14 Star Trek: The Original Series story arcs. He was the most prolific artist of the UK comic strips series, producing 240 pages — two pages per week for 120 weeks in the magazine Valiant and TV21.

Stokes also penciled six British stories about The Transformers in the 1980s and 2000s, drawing characters that interacted with the crew of the USS Enterprise in the Star Trek vs. Transformers crossover. He worked with Alan Moore on Doctor Who and Star Wars stories. He worked with Mark Waid at DC Comics, and illustrated Manny Coto's Star Kid prequel comic.

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