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Ian C. Thomas, also known as Ian T., is a committed and long-term Australian comics artist, cartoonist and illustrator. He may have produced Australia's first minicomic (in 1978). During the early '80s, he produced Maelstrom (1982) and contributed an ongoing Maelstrom serial to the early anthology Reverie, as well as drawing a regular comic strip, Busker Jim, for Melbourne newspaper City Extra.

In 2003 he returned to Australian comics with his anthology submission Riffin' to Oblivion and has been a steady contributor to many anthologies and children's magazines since.

Ian T's more recent anthology work includes:

Ian T. drew Dillon Naylor's Rock 'N' Roll Fairies monthly in Total Girl magazine, September 2005-August 2006, and Moth & Tanuki as a colour series for Mania magazine, January-Summer Special 2007.

He wrote regular reviews and interviews for Ozcomics Magazine and Inkspot, the magazine of the Australian Cartoonists' Association (of which he is a member).

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