Keith Page is an artist from London. His earliest work was published in Denis Gifford's Ally Sloper in 1976. He got representation from the Temple Art Agency and got work on 2000 AD annuals, Starblazer, TV Comic ("Tales of the Gold Monkey") and the Supergran Annual in the late 1970s and early 80s. He went on to draw for titles like Revolver ("Martello 112", which he wrote and drew), Ring Raiders, MASK, Wildcat and Supernaturals, before following Keith Watson on "Dan Dare" in Eagle. In 1992 he started work on Thunderbirds the Comic for Alan Fennell (he also drew Thunderbirds in the Sunday Times), Stingray the Comic and Joe 90. He has also drawn for Football Picture Story Monthly, Bunty, The Beano (including "Christmas Carole") and The Dandy.
Since 1996 he has been a regular artist on Commando, drawing over 150 issues. He writes and draws "Rocket Pilot", featuring Dan Dare's boss Sir Hubert Guest in his younger days, for Spaceship Away, and has collaborated with writer Stephen Walsh on a series of comics featuring Charlotte Corday, including - London Calling, published in October 2010 by Timebomb Comics, and The Iron Moon, published in spring 2011 by Print Media.
- Jeremy Briggs, Raiding the Past and Future (interview), Down the Tubes, 16 April 2009