Bibliography

Espers. Vol. 1 (1-5). 1986-1987. Eclipse
Comics. Art: David Lloyd (1-4), John M. Burns (5). Genre: Science Fiction/Conspiracy

Strikeforce: Morituri. (21-31) 1987-1988.
Marvel Comics. Art: Various. Genre: Science Fiction/Superhero.

Alpha Flight. (63, 67-86) 1987-1989.
Marvel Comics. Art: Various. Genre: Superhero.

Lex Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography. 1987.
DC Comics. Art: Eduarto Barretto. Format: Prestige. Genre: Crime (Note: According to TV
Guide 12/21/96, it inspired the “Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man” episode of
the X-Files)

Interface. (1-8) 1989-1991. Marvel/Epic Art:
Paul Johnson (1-6), Bill Koeb (7), Daniel Brereton (8). Format: Painted. Genre: Science
Fiction/Conspiracy.

Espers. (First Series reprint) 1989.
Marvel/Epic. Art: David Lloyd, John M. Burns. Format: Trade Paperback. Genre:
SF/Conspiracy. (Note: First collection of original Espers series).

Strikeforce: Morituri, The Electric Undertow.
1989. Marvel Comics. Art: Mark Bagley. Format: Bookshelf. Genre: Science
Fiction/Superhero.

Rick Mason: The Agent. Marvel Comics. Art: John
Ridgway. Format: Graphic Novel. Genre: Espionage/Superhero.

Superman. (56) 1991. “Red Glass, Part
1.” DC Comics. Art: Ed Hannigan. Genre: Superhero.

Adventures of Superman. (479) 1991. “Red
Glass, Part 2.” DC Comics. Art: Ed Hannigan. Genre: Superhero.

Action Comics. (666) 1991. “Red Glass,
Part 3.” DC Comics. Art: Ed Hannigan. Genre: Superhero.

Born To Be Wild. “Zebras” Eclipse
Comics. Art: Christopher Schenck. Format: Prestige/Black and White. Genre: Horror. (Note:
This was a benefit book for PETA, whom I don’t really support 100%, but I did want to
write this story.)

Legends of the Dark Knight. (31) 1991. DC
Comics. Art: Brent Anderson. Genre: Superhero.

The Psycho. (1-3) 1991. DC Comics. Art: Daniel
Brereton. Format: Prestige/Painted. Genre: Science Fiction/Superhero/Espionage.

Sinking. 1991. Marvel/Epic. Art: Rob Ortaleza.
Format: Graphic Novel. Genre: Fictional Autobiography (Note: Nominated for an Eisner
Award: Best Original Graphic Novel)

Harsh Realm. (1-6) 1993. Harris Comics.
Art: Andrew Paquette, John Ridgway. Genre: Fantasy/Science Fiction. (Note:
Was a shortlived TV show on Fox in 1999. All nine episodes were rerun on the
FX channel.)

Twister (1). Harris Comics 1993.
Art: Bill Koeb. Genre: Horror/Crime. (Note: Only one issue of this four part
series was printed, though all issues have been completed.)

Streets. (1-3). 1992-1993. DC Comics. Format:
Prestige. Art: John Estes (1), Rob Ortaleza (2), John McCrea (3). Genre: Crime

Chiller. (1-2) 1993. Marvel/Epic. Art: John
Ridgway. Format: Bookshelf. Genre. Horror/Conspiracy. (Note: First appearance of the
Architects and Brian Marx, later to appear in Espers.)

Hardcase. (1-26) 1993-1995. Malibu
Comics. Art: Various. Genre: Superhero

Metallica. (1) 1993. Rockit Comics/Malibu. Art:
Genre: Music/Biography. (Note: Only one issue of a three issue mini-series came out due to
the band deciding they didn’t want a comic about them after all. They approved the scripts
and art, but for some reason, they forced Malibu to cancel the series.)

The Solution. (0-17) 1993-1995. Malibu
Comics. Art: Various. Genre: Superhero.

Ultraverse Year Zero: The Death of
the Squad. (1-4) Malibu Comics. Art: Scott Benefiel (1), George Dove (2-4).
Genre: Superhero. (Note: Prequel to Hardcase series)

Godwheel (1) 1995. Malibu Comics.
Art: Gary Frank. Genre: Superhero

Macross II: The Micron Conspiracy. (1-5) 1994.
Viz Comics. Art: Shulhoff Tam. Format: Black and White. Genre: Science Fiction/Anime

Negative Burn. (33) 1995. “The Kiss
Off”. Caliber Comics. Art: Brian M. Bendis. Format: Black and White. Genre: Crime
(Note: First of the “Shut up and Die!” stories)

Flaxen: Alter Ego. 1995. Caliber Comics. Art:
Brian M. Bendis, David Mack. Genre: Superhero (Note: This was a comic based on Playboy
centerfold Suzie Owens, who modeled for the Golden Apple comic store character)

Espers. (1st series) 1995. Caliber Comics. Art:
David Lloyd. Format: Trade Paperback. Genre: SF/Conspiracy. (Note: This was the second
collection of the original Espers series. But this version only reprints issues 1-4. New
forward by James Hudnall)

Espers. Vol. 2 (1-6) 1996-1997. Halloween
Comics. Art: Greg Horn. Format: Black and White. Genre: Science Fiction/Espionage

Shut Up And Die! 1-3 1998 Image Comics. Art:
Kevin Stokes. Format: Black and White. Genre: Crime

Devastator 1-2  1998 Image Comics. Art:
Greg Horn.  Format: Black and White. Genre: Science Fiction/Action. Third issue will
be collected in trade.

ESPERS: THE STORM. 1999. Trade paperback
collecting Espers Vol. 1, 1-5. Art: David Lloyd, John M. Burns. Format: Color. Genre:
Science Fiction/Espionage

ESPERS: INTERFACE. 1998. Trade paperback
collecting Interface 1-6. Art: Paul Johnson. Format: Full painted color. Genre: Science
Fiction/Espionage

ESPERS: UNDERTOW. 1998. Trade paperback
collecting Espers Vol. 2  1-6. Art: Greg Horn. Format: Black and White.. Genre:
Science Fiction/Espionage

ESPERS: BLACK MAGIC. 1998. Trade paperback
collecting Espers Vol. 3 1-4. Art: Greg Horn. Format:  Black and White. Genre:
Science Fiction/Espionage

CHILLER. 1998. Trade paperback collecting
Chiller 1-2. Art: John Ridgway. Format: Color. Genre: Horror/Conspiracy

THE AGE OF HEROES. 1996- (1-2 Halloween
Comics. 3-5 Image Comics). Art: John Ridgway. Format: Black and White. Genre:
Fantasy

ESPERS. Vol. 3. (Ongoing) 1997- Image
Comics Art: Greg Horn (1-6),  Gene Gonzales (7-) Format: Black and White.
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

2 TO THE CHEST. 2004 (1-3 Dark Planet. ). Art: Jose Aviles. Format: Color. Genre:
Crime Thriller

TRIGS. 2004-2006 (1-3 Humanoids. ). Art: Mark Vigouroux. Format: Color. Genre:
Science Fiction (Published in French)

DEVASTATOR: THE SCREENPLAY. 2005 (Black Coat Press). Format: Paperback. Genre:
Science Fiction/Action

THE PSYCHO. 2006 (Image) Art: Daniel Brereton. Format: Color. Genre:
Superhero/Thriller (Note: Collected Trade of previous series with additional material)

AFTERMATH. 2011 (Humanoids) Art: Mark Vigouroux. Format: Color. Genre: Science Fiction (NOTE: English compilation of previous French albums)

BLUE CAT, 2012 (Aces Weekly) Art: Val Mayerk. Format: Color/Web, Genre: Fantasy Thriller

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HELL’S REWARD, 2013 (Fortan Media) Format: Prose, Genre: Fantasy

THE SECRETS OF WRITING, 2015 (Fortan Media) Format: Prose, Genre: Non Fiction


FOREIGN

In addition to the above, rewriting of Japanese Manga for Viz Commications and Chinese comics for Jade Dynasty Publications.
Titles include: Area 88, Mai the Psychic Girl, Silent Moebius, Pineapple Army, Striker (1st series), Gunhed, Genocyber, Pixie Junket, Firetripper,
The Professional: Golgo 13, Samurai Crusader, Riot, Street Fighter: Cammy’s Story, Solar Lord, Mega Dragon and Tige

Letterer: Angel Sanctuary (1-13), Ultimate Muscle (1-6)

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