Honorary degree for Vince
A Rutherglen comic book artists has been awarded an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow.
Vince Deighan, who stays in Cathkin, works under the pen name Frank Quitely.
The former St Columbkille’s pupil has drawn for the biggest comic book companies in the world, including Marvel Comics and DC Comics, and worked with famous writers like Grant Morrison and Mark Millar.
He has illustrated the likes of Superman, Batman, Judge Dredd and the X-Men, as well as many independent comics.
Away from comics he has worked on other projects, including an album cover by Robbie Williams.
His work is currently available to view at a special exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
Vince, who is one of 16 recipients of an honorary degree in 2017, will receive a Doctor of Letters from the institution.
Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics is at Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow now and runs until October 1, 2017.
Tickets cost £7 per adult/ £5 per concession while children under 16 are £3, with under threes free. A family ticket is £15.
Visit www.glasgow museums.com for further details.