Langridge originally came to public prominence most notably with the Judge Dredd Megazine series The Straitjacket Fits, a surreal, hallucinatory, convention-bending strip set in an insane asylum with a cast of characters who realized they were in a comic strip and burst from the edge of the frame.
His cartoon style proved perfect for the series and he continued to work for the Megazine, in addition to a series of comedy books dedicated to his Buster Keaton-inspired character Fred the Clown, which he wrote and drew as a webcomic before self-publishing the material as small press titles. His work on Fred the Clown was nominated for two Eisner Awards, a Harvey Award, a Reuben Award and an Ignatz Award. Langridge also does illustration work. He has also provided artwork for Shaenon Garrity's Smithson webcomic.
Langridge has worked on Fin Fang Four, with Scott Gray, first for Marvel Monsters, then a series of short stories and in late 2008 as a digital comic on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited. He was the writer, and usually the artist, for Boom! Studios' The Muppet Show comics (2009-12).
In 2012, he scripted for IDW a four-issue Popeye miniseries, illustrated by Bruce Ozella, so successful that even before the second issue was released it was expanded into an "ongoing" series, according to Langridge.
- ↑ Fred, Mugwhump & More: Talking to Roger Langridge, Newsarama, 2 September 2008
- ↑ Marvel Digital: Roger Langridge Talks Fin Fang Four, Newsarama, 21 October 2008
- ↑ Talking Comics with Tim: Roger Langridge, Comic Book Resources, 13 July 2009