Myra Hancock is a British comics artist and writer. She started off by drawing and publishing the indie comic Myra, which featured an autobiographical strip by Alan Moore published in 1986, and selling the issues from a stall in Camden Market. (All the copies of Myra have been hand-bound into a hardback book to be preserved forever in the British Library.) She also wrote and drew for indie comics magazine Escape. For Crisis Hancock wrote Sticky Fingers (with artist David Hine), and for the Revolver Romance Special she wrote Once Smitten. She collaborated with Hine again when she wrote Tao de Moto for 2000 AD.