“REPENT, HARLEQUIN!” SAID THE TICKTOCK MAN” ROAST PRINT

Limited Edition Print (200 copies)

art, Frank Miller

Signed/numbered print given out at a July 12,1986 Roast in Los Angeles.

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1984 #4

Issue 4, October 1978, Warren Publishing

“Mondo Megillah”

writer, “Alabaster Redzone” [unauthorized adaptation of “A Boy And His Dog”];
art, Alex Nino

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ABORIGINAL SF #27

Issue 27, May-June 1991, Absolute Entertainment Inc.

“Darkness Upon The Face of The Deep”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustrations/cover, Paul Chadwick

About

Artist Chadwick provides two paintings for Ellison’s story, one of which is also used as the cover. These two paintings were included in FPG’s 1995 Paul Chadwick trading card set.

ADVENTURE COMICS #479

Adventure Comics #479 (March 1981) Cover art by Carmine Infantino and Bob Smith.

Issue 479, March 1981, DC Comics ($0.50)

“Dial H For Hero: As The Silver Fog Rolls In”

writer, Marv Wolfman; art, Carmine Infantino & Dennis Jensen;
cover, Carmine Infantino & Bob Smith;

Silver Fog, created by Harlan Ellison

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AL WILLIAMSON ADVENTURES

Al Williamson Adventures

Insight Studio Group, July 2003 ($34.95, ISBN: 1-889317-17-9)

editor, Mark Wheatley; introduction, Frank Cho; cover, Al Williamson

“Along The Scenic Route”

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Al Williamson; art assist, Carlos Garzon;

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All In Color For A Dime

original Publishing unknown

“Comic of the Absurd”

writer, Harlan Ellison

About

Nine page essay on the comic art and writing of George Carlson, creator of the 1940’s comic Jingle Jangle Tales

Reprints

  • All In Color For A Dime, including the “Comic of the Absurd” essay, were reprinted in All In Color For A Dime, 1998, Krause Publications
  • “Comic of the Absurd” later appeared, in Harlan Ellison’s Hornbook, 1990; and Edgeworks 3, 1997

All In Color For A Dime

1998, Krause Publications

“Comic of the Absurd”

editors, Don Thompson and Dick Lupoff

About

Nine page essay on the comic art and writing of George Carlson, creator of the 1940’s comic “Jingle Jangle Tales”

Reprints

  • All In Color For A Dime, including the “Comic of the Absurd” essay, originally appeared in [publication information unknown]
  • “Comic of the Absurd” also appeared, in Harlan Ellison’s Hornbook, 1990; and Edgeworks 3, 1997

Alter Ego #31

Vol. 3, Issue 31, December 2003, TwoMorrows Publishing

“Ellison Marvel-Land”

Ten page article reprinting Ellison’s original stories that became his Avengers and Hulk comics for Marvel in the ’70s. Features historical background by editor Roy Thomas.

Amazing Heroes #44

Issue 44, April 1, 1984, Fantagraphics Books

“Two Men Without Fear: Harlan Ellison Meets Daredevil”

writer, Bob Sodaro

Feature article on Daredevil #208, including interviews with Harlan Ellison and Arthur Byron Cover.

“The Ellison Comics Connection”

writer, Kim Thompson

Brief feature on other comic book stories by and adaptations of Harlan Ellison.

AMAZING HEROES #62

Issue 62, January 1, 1985, Fantagraphics

"The Vegenauts"

writer, Heidi MacDonald

Fake comic announcement in Amazing Heroes annual preview issue.

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AQUAMAN

Originally planned: late nineties [1998/99(?)], DC Comics

writer, Harlan Ellison and Peter David; art, unknown

After he left Aquaman, writer Peter David mentioned that he and Harlan Ellison had talked about writing a storyline involving the Jack Kirby created Fourth World characters “Deep Six.” The story never got to an art or solicitation stage.

ARIEL: THE BOOK OF FANTASY #2

Ariel: The Book Of Fantasy #2 Cover by Frank Frazetta

Volume Two, September 1977, The Morning Star Press/Ballantine Books ($6.95, ISBN: 0-345-27319-2)

editor, Thomas Durwood; publisher, Armand Eisen; designer, Bruce Jones; cover, Frank Frazetta

“Eggsucker”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustrations, Richard Corben

About

An illustrated version of the “Vic and Blood” story “Eggsucker” featuring two original illustrations by later Vic and Blood artist Richard Corben. The illustrations later appeared in Vic and Blood: The Continuing Adventures of A Boy and his Dog (iBooks, 2003).

Ariel #2 also features illustrated stories and artwork by Ray Bradbury, Edgar Allen Poe, Ursula Le Guin, Michael Morcock, Frank Frazetta, Bruce Jones, Jeff Jones, and others.

See Also

Click Here to visit the Ariel #2 Art Gallery

Eggsucker

ARIEL: THE BOOK OF FANTASY #3

Ariel #3 Cover by Barry Windsor-SmithVolume Three, April 1978, Ariel Books/Ballantine Books ($6.95, ISBN: 0-345-27617-5)

editor, Thomas Durwood; editorial consultant, Armand Eisen; associate editor, Bruce Jones; cover, Barry Windsor-Smith

“Along The Scenic Route”

story, Harlan Ellison;
art, Al Williamson; art assist, Carlos Garzon

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AVENGERS #101

Avengers #101 (July 1972) Cover art by Rich Buckler & Frank Giacoia.

Volume 1 Issue 101, July 1972, Marvel Comics ($0.20)

“Five Dooms To Save Tomorrow”

story/plot, Harlan Ellison; adaptation/script, Roy Thomas;
pencils, Rich Buckler; inks, Dan Adkins;
letters, Jon Costa; cover, Rich Buckler & Frank Giacoia
“Based on an original story ©1964 Harlan Ellison”

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AVENGERS #88

Avengers 88 (May 1971) Cover art by Sal Buscema.

Volume 1 Issue 88, May 1971, Marvel Comics ($0.15)

“The Summons of Psyklop (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 1)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaption, Roy Thomas;
pencils, Sal Buscema; inks, Jim Mooney;
letters, Shelly Lefreman;
cover, Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney

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BATMAN #237

Issue 237, 1971, DC Comics

"Night of the Reaper"

story, Denny O’Neil; art, Neal Adams and Dick Giordano;
"From an idea by Berni Wrightson with an assist from Harlan Ellison"

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BATMAN RETURNS MOVIE MAGAZINE

1992, Topps

About

Essay was severely edited from a page down to a paragraph because of an attack on DC Comics and their attitude towards creator rights. Essay was later reprinted in the Comic Buyer’s Guide.

BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE VOL. 2

Batman: Black & White Vol. 2 (2002) Cover art by Mike Mignola

2002, DC Comics (Hardcover Edition, $39.95, ISBN: 1-56389-828-4)

editor-collected edition, Nick J. Napolitano and Scott Nybakken; cover, Mike Mignola

“Funny Money”

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Gene Ha;
letters, Ken Lopez; editor-original series, Mark Chiarello and Valerie D’Orazio

(more…)

BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS #13

Batman: Gotham Knights #13 (March 2001) Cover art by Durwin Talon

Issue 13, March 2001, DC Comics ($2.50)

“Funny Money”

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Gene Ha;
letters, Ken Lopez; editor, Mark Chiarello

Batman: Gotham Knights #13
editors, Matt Idelson & Bob Schreck; cover, Durwin Talon

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BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS #4

Batman: The Dark Knight Falls (1986) Cover art by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley. Book 4, 1986, DC Comics ($2.95)

“The Dark Knight Falls”

writer/artist, Frank Miller; inks, Klaus Janson;
color & visual effects, Lynn Varley; letters, John Costanza;
editors, Dick Giordano & Denny O’Neil

Harlan Ellison appears off-panel on pages 13-14 as an on-air guest during television coverage of a nuclear attack on Gotham.

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BERNIE WRIGHTSON: A LOOK BACK

1991, Underwood Miller

editor, Christopher Zavisa; cover, Bernie Wrightson

“Introduction”

writer, Harlan Ellison

About

Retrospective on the comic art and illustration work of Bernie Wrightson.

BUT I DIGRESS

But I Digress (1994) By Peter David. Cover art by Neil Gaiman.

1994, Comic Buyer’s Guide ($14.95, ISBN: 0-87341-286-9)

introduction, Harlan Ellison

essays by Peter David;
cover, Neil Gaiman; edited, Myra & Peter David

About

Collection of essays by Peter David, “Writer of Stuff,” and founder of the Friends of Ellison.

CANUCK COMICS

Canuck Comics (Matrix Books) Edited by John Bell. Cover art by Ken Steacy.
year unknown, Matrix Books

introduction, Harlan Ellison

editor, John Bell; cover, Ken Steacy

About

Price Guide and Bibliography of Canadian produced comic books.

CHAMBER OF CHILLS #1

Chamber of Chills #1 Cover by Gil Kane (?) and Tom  Palmer (?)

Issue 1, 1972, Marvel Comics

editor, Roy Thomas; cover, Gil Kane and Tom Palmer [un-credited]

“Delusions For A Dragon Slayer”

writer, Gerry Conway; art, Syd Shores

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Comic Book Artist #23

Vol. 1, Issue 23, December 2002, TwoMorrows Publishing

“Hell-Raisin’ Harlan Ellison”

Fifteen page interview with Ellison, covering his history writing and reading comics.

Comic Book Profiles #3

Issue 3, Summer 1998, Profiles

“Neal Adams: Supporting Interview”

Five page interview in Neal Adams issue. Interview covers Ellison’s various collaborations with Adams including “Rock God,” “Cordwainer Bird,” and “Crazy As A Soup Sandwich.”

Comic Buyer’s Guide #1115

Issue 1115, March 31, 1995, Krause Publications

interview, Maggie Thompson

Part 2 of 3 part interview promoting that ran through Hero Illustrated #21, Comic Buyer’s Guide #1115, and Sci-Fi Universe #7 promoting the launch of Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor.

Comics Buyer’s Guide (7/7/89)

July 7, 1989, Krause Publications

Review of Batman movie reprinted from Ellison’s Fantasy & Science Fiction column “Watching”

Comics Journal #103

Issue 103, Fantagraphics Books

Conversation between Stan Lee & Ellison

Comics Journal #115

Issue 115, Fantagraphics Books

Coverage of Journal/Harlan Ellison vs. Michael Fleisher trial featuring transcripts of testimonies by Ellison, Jim Shooter, and Gary Groth.

Comics Journal #53, 57, 65

Issue 53, Fantagraphics Books
Issue 57, Fantagraphics Books
Issue 65, Fantagraphics Books

Interviews with Harlan Ellison

Comics Journal #80,83,94,90

Issues 80,83,84,90, and others, Fantagraphics Books

Various issues of The Comics Journal feature essays and columns by Ellison, mostly reprints of the “Watching” column.

CRAZY #1

Crazy Magazine #1 (1973) Cover art by Kelly FreasIssue 1, October 1973, Marvel Comics ($0.40)

“The Future! Or What’s Left Of It!

“Breaking & Entering Pandora’s Box: a few crazinesses about the future”

essay, Harlan Ellison; illustration, Basil Wolverton;
executive editor, Roy Thomas; editor, Marv Wolfman

An illustrated, humorous essay.

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CRAZY MAGAZINE #5

Crazy Magazine #5 (Marvel Comics, 1974) [© Marvel Characters, Inc.]

Issue 5, July, 1974, Marvel Comics

“The Starloose!”

writer, Steve Gerber; artist, Robert Graysmith;
editor, Marv Wolfman; exectuve editor, Roy Thomas

Parody of the Harlan Ellison created television series The Starlost.

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CREEPY #32

Creepy #32 (Warren, 1970) Cover art by Frank Frazetta.

Issue 32, 1970, Warren Publishing

“Rock God”

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Neal Adams; cover, Frank Frazetta

Story based on the cover by Frank Frazetta

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DAREDEVIL #208

Daredevil #208 (July 1984) Cover art by David Mazzucchelli and Bob Wiacek

Vol. 1/Issue 208, July 1984, Marvel Comics ($0.60)

“The Deadliest Night of My Life”

story, Harlan Ellison & Arthur Byron Cover;
pencils, David Mazzuchelli; inks, Danny Bulandi;
colors, Christie Scheele; letters, Joe Rosen;
editor, Bob Budiansky; cover, David Mazzuchelli & Bob Wiacek

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DAREDEVIL #209

Daredevil #209 (August 1984) Cover art by David Mazzucchelli.
Vol. 1, Issue 209, August 1984, Marvel Comics ($0.60)

“Blast From The Past”

story, Arthur Byron Cover; “From An Idea By Harlan Ellison”;
pencils, David Mazzuchelli; inks, Danny Bulandi;
color, Christie Scheele; letters, Joe Rosen;
editor, Bob Budiansky; cover, David Mazzuchelli

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DARK HORSE PRESENTS #66

Dark Horse Presents #66 (Sep. 1992) Cover art by Paul Chadwick.Issue 66, September 1992, Dark Horse Comics ($2.25)

“Byrdland’s Secret”

writer/artist/cover artist, Paul Chadwick; art assist, Jed Hotchkiss;
lettering, Bill Spicer; editor, Randy Stradley

Concrete story which takes place at the Ellison Wonderland-like home of “Dwayne Byrd,” an Ellison homage.

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DARK WOLF #2

Dark Wolf #2 (Aug 1987) Cover art by Butch BurchamIssue 2, August 1987, Malibu Comics ($1.95)

“Night Vision”

writer, R.A. Jones; art/cover, Butch Burcham; letters, Debbie Burcha

Ellison appears as himself, a friend to the main character.

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DC COMICS PRESENTS: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA

DC Comics Presents: Justice League of America (Oct. 2004) Cover art by  Jose Luis Garcia-LopezDC Comics, October 2004 ($2.50)

“Secret Behind The Stolen Super-Weapons”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Peter David;
art, Joe Giella; color, Steve Buccellato; letters, Rob Leigh; cover, José Luis Garcia-Lopez;
editor, Matt Idelson; associate editor, Nachie Castro

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Death Rattle #11

Issue 11, June 1987, Kitchen Sink Press

Features a one page text piece/review on the back cover by Ellison. [unconfirmed]

DEMON WITH A GLASS HAND

Demon With A Glass Hand by Marshall Rogers

Science Fiction Graphic Novel #5, DC Comics, 1987 ($5.95)

art and adaptation, Marshal Rogers;
coloring, Chris Goldberg, Rene Reynolds, and Marshal Rogers; lettering, Todd Klein; editor, Julius Schwartz

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DETECTIVE COMICS #567

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Issue 567, October 1986, DC Comics ($0.75)

“The Night of Thanks But No Thanks”

story, Harlan Ellison; pencils, Gene Colan; inks, Bob Smith;
colors, Adrienne Roy; letters, John Costanza;
“Edited by Harlan’s chum Len Wein”; cover, Klaus Janson

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Detective Comics #598

Issue 598, March 1989, DC Comics

Batman Tribute

writer, Harlan Ellison; art, Todd McFarlane

About

A brief text tribute by HE celebrating Batman’s 50th Anniversary, illustrated by the cover to Batman #423. Similar tributes appeared in Detective Comics #598-600 by a variety of comic artists and writers, and other non-comics figures such as Terry Gilliam, Thomas M. Disch, Eric Van Lustbader, Samuel R. Delaney, and Penn & Teller.

DR. STRANGE

Originally planned: circa 2000, Marvel Comics

story, Harlan Ellison; art, John Romita, Jr.

Around the time Joe Quesada took over as Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics in mid-2000 there was some discussion of a possible “Dr. Strange” comic to be written by Harlan Ellison and feature art by John Romita, Jr.

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ENCHANTED APPLES OF OZ

The Enchanted Apples of Oz (1986) By Eric Shanower

1986, First Comics

introduction, Harlan Ellison

story & art, Eric Shanower

Part of a series of original graphic novels set in Frank L. Baum’s Land of Oz by writer/artist Eric Shanower.

EPIC ILLUSTRATED #11

 Epic Illustrated #11 Cover by James Fox

Issue 11, April 1982, Marvel Comics

editor, Stan Lee; consulting editor, Archie Goodwin; cover, James Fox

“Run for the Stars”

story, Harlan Ellison; art and adaptation, Ken Steacy

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EPIC ILLUSTRATED #4

Epic Illustrated #4 Cover by Michael W. Kaluta

Issue 4, Winter 1980, Marvel Comics

editor, Stan Lee; editorial director, Archie Goodwin; cover, Michael W. Kaluta

“Sleeping Dogs”

story, Harlan Ellison; art and adaptation, Ken Steacy;

Story is in black-and-white.

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EPIC ILLUSTRATED #6

Epic Illustrated #6 Cover by Neal Adams

Issue 6, June 1981, Marvel Comics

editor, Stan Lee; editorial director, Archie Goodwin; cover, Neal Adams

“Life Hutch”

story, Harlan Ellison; art and adaptation, Ken Steacy

Story is in black-and-white.

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ESSENTIAL AVENGERS VOL 4

Essential Avengers Vol 4 Cover art by Neal Adams.

Marvel Comics

“The Summons of Psyklop (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 1)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaption, Roy Thomas;
pencils, Sal Buscema; inks, Jim Mooney; original cover, Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney

“The Brute, or The Brute That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 2)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas;
layout, Herb Trimpe; art, Sam Grainger; original cover, Herb Trimpe

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ESSENTIAL AVENGERS VOL 5

Essential Avengers Vol 5 Cover art by Barry Windsor-Smith.Marvel Comics

“Five Dooms To Save Tomorrow”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas;
pencils, Rich Buckler; inks, Dan Adkins; original cover, Rich Buckler & Frank Giacoia

(more…)

ESSENTIAL HULK VOL 3

Essential Avengers Vol 3 Cover art by Herb Trimpe.Marvel Comics

“The Summons of Psyklop (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 1)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaption, Roy Thomas;
pencils, Sal Buscema; inks, Jim Mooney; original cover, Sal Buscema and Jim Mooney

“The Brute, or The Brute That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 2)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas; layout, Herb Trimpe; art, Sam Grainger; original cover, Herb Trimpe

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FAANS #3 & 4

Faans #3 (1999) Cover art by Jason Waltrip.

Issue 3, 1999, 6 Handed Press ($2.95)

Issue 4, 1999, 6 Handed Press ($2.95)

“Heroes” / “Cypherpunk”

writer, T Campbell; art & cover, Jason Waltrip

Two issues of comic about group of Science Fiction/Fantasy/Comic Book Fans. These concern a conspiracy and murder plot at a Convention where one guest is Arlen Staranka, an acknowledge homage to Harlan Ellison.

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FIRE SALE

Fire Sale (1989) Cover art by Jay Kinney
1989, Rip Off Press ($2.50)

introduction, Harlan Ellison, “Smokey Considerations”

editor, Mark Bode; cover, Jay Kinney

About

Benefit comic for Larry Todd, Ellison’s collaborator on The Chocolate Alphabet.

FISH POLICE#26

The Fish Police #26 (1990) By Steve Moncuse.
Issue 26, December 1990, Apple Comics ($2.25)

outroduction, Harlan Ellison, “Finny Friends, Adieu, Toodle-oo: An Outroduction to Fish Police”

story and art, Steve Moncuse;
letters, Clem Robbins; editor, Hilary Hughes

About

The last regular issue of Steve Moncuse’s Fish Police. Harlan Ellison also wrote introductions for the Fish Police: Hairballs (1987) collection and Marvel Comics’ reprint of Fish Police #4 (1993).

FISH POLICE, THE #4

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Vol. 2, Issue 4, January 1993, Marvel Comics ($1.25)

afterword, Harlan Ellison, “Baited Secrets Of The Deep”

story and art, Steve Moncuse;
letters, L. Lois Buhalis; effects, Paul Nagy; color, Tom Vincent;
editor, Diana Schutz; re-editor, David Wohl

About

The fourth issue of Marvel Comics’ reprint of Steve Moncuse’ Fish Police, published in connection with the early-’90s animated television series. The afterword, “Baited Secrets Of The Deep,” is a slightly edited version of the introduction included in The Fish Police: Hairballs (Comico, 1987), where the main story in this issue first appeared in color.

FISH POLICE: HAIRBALL

The Fish Police: Hairballs (1987) By Steve Moncuse.October 1987, Comico ($9.95, ISBN: 0-938965-05-0)

introduction, Harlan Ellison, “Baited Secrets Of The Deep”

story and art, Steve Moncuse; letters, L. Lois Buhalis
color, Tom Vincent; effects, Paul Nagy; editor, Diana Schutz

About

Collection of issues 1 through 4 of Fishwrap Press’ Fish Police.

Early print ads for Fish Police also featured a promotional quote from Harlan Ellison. However it turned out that the quote was actually not from Ellison, but someone who had appeared in a California Comic Shop pretending to be him and praised the book. The praise got back to Moncuse and the quote was included in the ads.

Ellison later did comment positively on the book in print, along with writing the introduction to this book, an “outroduction” for Fish Police #26 (1990), the last of the series, and an edited version of “Baited Secrets From The Deep” in Fish Police #4 (1993) the fourth issue of Marvel Comics’ reprinting of the series.

GREY #1

Issue 1, January 1988, Viz

introduction, Harlan Ellison

HARDWARE #10

Hardware #10 (1993) Cover art by Denys Cowan & Jimmy PalmiottiIssue 10, December 1993, Milestone Comics ($1.50)

“In Harm’s Way”

writer, Dwayne McDuffie; art, Rich Buckler & Prentis Rollins;
painted color, Jason Scott Jones (as J. Scott J.), Prentis Rollins; letters, Dave Sharpe;
cover, Denys Cowan & Jimmy Palmiotti

Introduces the character Harm. Character and story title suggested by Harlan Ellison,

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HARLAN ELLISON’S CHOCOLATE ALPHABET

Harlan Ellison

1978, Last Gasp Eco-Funnies

story, Harlan Ellison; art/cover, Larry Todd;
introduction, Harlan Ellison, “A Note On How This Story Came To Be Written”;
afterword, Larry Todd, “And A Short Afterword From The Illustrator”

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #1

Harlan Ellison

Issue 1, March 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($2.95)

editor, Bob Schreck, Harlan Ellison, and Anina Bennett; logo & publication design, Cary Grazzini

front cover, Michael Whelan;
story behind the cover, “Midnight In The Sunken Cathedral: Part Two”

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, Rachelle Menashe; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #2

Harlan Ellison

Issue 2, April 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($2.95)

editor, Bob Schreck, Harlan Ellison, & Anina Bennett

front cover, Leo & Diane Dillon; story behind the cover, “Anywhere But Here, With Anyone But You”

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, James Sinclair; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #3

Harlan Ellison

Issue 3, May 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($2.95)

editor, Bob Schreck, Harlan Ellison, & Anina Bennett

cover, Sam Raffa; story behind the cover, “Pulling Hard Time”

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, Matt Hollingsworth; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #4

Harlan Ellison

Issue 4, June 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($2.95)

editor, Bob Schreck, Harlan Ellison, and Anina Bennett

cover, Jane McKenzie; story behind the cover, “Chatting With Anibus”

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, Bernie Mireault; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #5

Harlan Ellison

Issue 5, August 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($2.95)

editor, Bob Schreck, Harlan Ellison, & Anina Bennett

cover, Ron Brown; story behind the cover, “The Museum On Cyclops Avenue”

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, Bernie Mireault; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR #6

Issue 6, September 1995, Dark Horse Comics

Solicited but canceled. The contents of this issue became Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor Quarterly.

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR QUARTERLY #2+

Issues 2 and beyond, 1995/96, Dark Horse Comics

No further issues were solicited beyond issue 1 of Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor Quarterly.

Artists, such as Paul Smith, had been mentioned, both in the press and privately, as potentially working on stories and Jan Strand mentioned on his website that he and Richard Corben would be adapting the story “The Man in the Juice Wagon.” This story would eventually see print in Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor Vol. 2.

HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR SPECIAL

Harlan Ellison

February 1995, Dark Horse Comics ($4.95)

editor, Bob Schreck & Harlan Ellison; logo & book design, Richard Bruning

front cover, Stephen Hickman; back cover, Overton Loyd;
story behind the cover, “Midnight In The Sunken Cathedral: Part One”;
poster insert, Jil Bauman

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, James Sinclair; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR Vol. 1

Harlan Ellison

Volume One, October 1996, Dark Horse Comics ($18.95, ISBN: 1-56971-210-7)

editors, Harlan Ellison with Bob Schreck, Anina Bennett, & Lynn Adair

front cover, Leo & Diane Dillon; inside front cover, Overton Loyd

[Framing Sequence]

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
colors, James Sinclair, Rachelle Menashe, Bernie Mireault, & Matt Hollingsworth; letters, Sean Konot

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM CORRIDOR Vol. 2

Harlan Ellison

Vol. 2, March 2007, An Edgeworks Abbey offering in association with Dark Horse Books ($19.95, ISBN: 1-59307-494-8)

front cover, Brian Bolland; based on a photo by Christer Akerberg/Sweden
editor, Diana Schutz; assistant editor, Dave Marshall

Interstitial Framing Sequences

“created and written by,” Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower;
color, Dan Jackson; lettering, Sean Konot and Comicraft

Other credits after the break

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HARLAN ELLISON’S DREAM QUARTERLY #1

 Harlan Ellison

Issue 1, July 1996, Dark Horse Comics ($5.95, ISBN: 1-56971-169-0)
[aka Harlan Ellison’s Dream Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 1]

editor, Harlan Ellison, with Bob Schreck, Anina Bennett, and Diana Schutz; logo & book design, Cary Grazzini

cover, Terese Nielsen; story behind the cover, “The Lingering Smell of Woodsmoke”

Interstitial Framing Sequences

story, Harlan Ellison; art, Eric Shanower
color, Bernie Mireault; letters, Richard Starkings & Comicraft

Other credits after the break

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HEAVY METAL #8

Vol. 1, Issue 8, November 1977, Metal Hurlant ($1.50)

editor, Sean Kelly, Valerie Marchant; cover, George Proctor

“How’s The Nightlife On Cissalda”

writer, Harlan Ellison; art, Tom Barber

Hero Illustrated #21

Issue 21, March 1995, Warrior Publications

interview, Maggie Thompson

Part 1 of 3 part interview promoting that ran through Hero Illustrated #21, Comic Buyer’s Guide #1115, and Sci-Fi Universe #7 promoting the launch of Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor.

Hero Illustrated #22

Issue 22, April 1995, Warrior Publications

Featured comments by Ellison on issue 3 of Dream Corridor

HEROES FOR HOPE starring the X-MEN

Heroes For Hope Starring The X-Men (1985) Cover art by Art Adams.

1985, Marvel Comics ($1.50

[Wolverine (pp 22-24)]

story, Harlan Ellison;
pencils, Frank Miller; inks, Bill Sienkiewicz;
cover, Arthur Adams

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ILLUSTRATED HARLAN ELLISON, THE

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December 1978, Baronet Books/Byron Preiss Visuals ($8.95, ISBN: 0-89437-038-3)

editor, Byron Preiss; cover, Michael Whelan; cover design, Alex Jay

introduction, Harlan Ellison, “A Word From Harlan Ellison”;
introduction, Byron Preiss

Full credits after break.

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IMAGES OF OMAHA #1

Images of Omaha #1 (1992) Cover art by Rich Larson & Steve Fastner
Issue 1, 1992, Kitchen Sink Press ($3.95)

introduction, Harlan Ellison;
afterword, Neil Gaiman

cover, Rich Larson & Steve Fastner

About

A benefit book for Omaha the Cat Dancer creator Reed Waller during his fight with colon cancer. Features pin-ups and short stories by a variety of writers and artists from mainstream and underground comics. Creators donated their royalties to a fund, and Kitchen Sink matched the amount.

INCREDIBLE HULK #140

The Incredible Hulk #140 (Marvel Comics, 1971) Cover by Herb TrimpeVolume 1 Issue 140, June 1971, Marvel Comics ($0.15)

“The Brute, or The Brute That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (In The Grip of Psyklop, part 2)”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas;
layout, Herb Trimpe; art, Sam Grainger;
letters, Artie Simek; cover, Herb Trimpe

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INCREDIBLE HULK #286

The Incredible Hulk #286 (August 1984) Cover art by Brent Anderson.

Vol 1 Issue 286, August 1984, Marvel Comics ($0.60)

“Hero”

writer, Bill Mantlo [unofficial adaptation of “Soldier”];
art, Sal Buscema & Kim DeMulder;
colors, Bob Sharen; letters, Jim Novak;
editor, Al Milgrom; cover, Brent Anderson

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INCREDIBLE HULK (Stan Lee Presents The Marvel Comics Illustrated Version of The Incredible Hulk)

1982, Marvel Comics Group

cover, Bob Larkin

“The Summons of Psyklop”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas; pencils, Sal Buscema; inks, Jim Mooney

“The Brute That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World”

story, Harlan Ellison; adaptation, Roy Thomas; layout, Herb Trimpe; art, Sam Grainger

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JSA ALL-STARS

Originally planned: 2003, DC Comics

Dr. Fate story, Harlan Ellison; art, never announced

JSA All Stars was a mini-series featuring the modern-day incarnation of the Justice Society of America. Each issue featured a main story featuring one of the “legacy” characters, modern characters like Mr. Terrific who shared a name and theme with a classic, golden age character. Each issue also featured a back-up story, by a variety of writers and artists, featuring the golden age version of the character. As originally announced, Harlan Ellison would write the back-up story featuring Dr. Fate. Unfortunately, schedules did not work out and the story was assigned elsewhere.

Background

Update: October 1, 2002 — All DC Comics books, cover dated 2002, featured a news/hype page called “DC In Demand.” A rumor/future project hype column on that entiled “What’s This, You Say?”, and credited to “Your Mole at 1700”, contained the following tidbit:

I mean, I’m not supposed to talk, but… …[hints of new Elric comic series by Michael Morcock and Walter Simonson and a Dr. Fate mini-series] … Or that the JSA will heat up further in another series with contributions by Harlan Ellison, Kevin J. Anderson, Michael Chabon, and other big names?

No Further info was given at that time.

Update: October 3, 2002 — Wow. That was quick. A few days after December cover dated DC Books went on the stand with the hint of an Ellison JSA story, the project was officially announced, without Ellison’s participation. The project, entitled JSA All-Stars, is an eight-issue mini-series concerning the modern day Justice Society of America. Issues 2 through five will feature a lead story starring one of the current JSA members, along with a back-up story about that heroes golden age equivalent. These back-up stories were to feature the all-star writer line-up mentioned previously. However, Ellison was no longer able to included among that line-up. According to the internet comic book news web-site Newsarama:

And while DC and writer Harlan Ellison were ultimately unable to work scheduling on a back-up story (as mentioned this month in the publisher’s new ‘DC on Demand’ information page), DC has still lined up an impression group of writers, including as promised a Pulitzer-prize winning author making this comic book debut…

In fact, the Pulitzer-prize winning author mentioned, Michael Chabon (The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay), was the only one of the three names mentioned in the DC In Demand article that was still attached to the project. For completists sake, and because it should still be a well written and drawn mini-series if you don’t mind the modern Justice Society team, here is the announced line-up of creators [lead story creators first; then back-up creators]:

  • #1 – JSA: Geoff Johns/David Goyer (w), Sal Velluto/Bob Almond (p/i)
  • #2 – Mr. Terrific: Johns/Goyer, Dave Ross; Michael Chabon, Michael Lark
  • #3 – Dr. Fate: Johns/Goyer, Barry Kitson; Darwyn Cooke (w/a)
  • #4 – Stargirl: Johns/Goyer, Mike McKone; James Robinson, Tony Harris
  • #5 – Hourman: Johns/Goyer, Adam DeCrocker; Howard Chaykin (w/a)
  • #6 – Hawkgirl: Johns/Goyer, Phil Winslade; Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale
  • #7 – Dr. Midnight: Johns/Goyer, Steve Sadowski; Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Rizzo
  • #8 – JSA: Johns/Goyer (w), Sal Velluto, Bob Almond

No release date other than “next year” [2003] was mentioned.

Update: March 2004 — In an interview with Jon B. Cooke for Comic Book Artist #23 (Dec. 2002, TwoMorrows Publishing) HE mentioned some of his potential future comics work:

CBA: So you will occasionally continue to write comics?

Harlan: Oh, absolutely. I’m doing some right now. If I had not gotten involved in terrible, terrible, deadlines, I would have already finished a Doctor Fate I’m doing for [DC Comics editor] Peter Tomasi, that takes place back in 1940. In fact, it’s a story that takes place immediately after the banquet story in JSA Secret Files. But I was late with it, and he had to reassign it to someone else, so we have decided that we’re going to do… I can’t tell you exactly, but it will be a one-shot, killer project. A kind of dream of mine come true.

It appears that this was the story originally planned for the JSA All-Stars mini-series. No official announcements or further news has appeared since the interview.

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #89

Justice League of America #89 (1971) Cover art by Neal Adams.Vol. 1, Issue 89, May 1971, DC Comics ($0.15)

“The Most Dangerous Dreams of All”

writer, Mike Friedrich; art, Dick Dillon & Joe Giella;
editor, Julie Schwartz; cover, Neal Adams

Features a television writer from Ohio named “Harlequin Ellis,” who falls in love with Black Canary and after being rebuffed by Green Arrow has a series of dreams in which he takes revenge; dreams which become real.

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KURT BUSIEK’S ASTRO CITY: FAMILY ALBUM

Astro City: Family Album (1998) Cover art by Alex Ross.

September 1988, Image Comics/Homage Comics

introduction, Harlan Ellison

story, Kurt Busiek; art, Brent Anderson & Will Blyberg;
collection editor, John Layman; series editor, Jonathan Peterson; cover, Alex Ross;

About

Collection of Kurt Busiek’s Astro City Vol. 2 Issues 1-3 and 10-13, a creator-owned superhero series written by story, Kurt Busiek with art by Brent Anderson & Willie Blyberg and covers by Alex Ross.

Letters of Comment

A life-long fan of comic books, Harlan Ellison has written letters of comment, both criticism and support, to comic books over the past fifty or so years. This list is a small portion, most unconfirmed, of some of this correspondence.

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LI’L ABNER Vol. 14

Volume 14, 19XX, Kitchen Sink Press

editor, Dennis Kitchen; cover, Al Capp;
introduction, Harlan Ellison

Reprint of Li’l Abner comic strips from the year 1948, including a number of Shmoo strips.

MANGLE TANGLE TALES #1

Mangle Tangle Tales #1 (1990) Cover art by Scot Rockwell.Issue 1, 1990, Innovation ($2.95, ISBN: 1042-1584)

introduction, Harlan Ellison, “Roses In December”

written, Scott Rockwell; art, R.T. Schneider and Scott Rockwell;
letters, Tom Addis; cover, Scott Rockwell

About

An homage to George Carlson’s Jingle Jangle Tales, which Ellison discusses in his introduction as well as in his essay in the book All In Color For A Dime.

MARVEL KNIGHTS: SILVER SURFER

No Release Date Announced, Marvel Knights/Marvel Comics

writer, Harlan Ellison; art, Joe Quesada (rumored); editors, Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti

Rumored Silver Surfer story to be written by Harlan Ellison. The plot had been seemingly adapted to be a Dr. Strange story, said to be illustrated by John Romita, Jr., but unfortunately that project never happened either. Because plot is out-of-date with current Marvel continuity and Romita, Jr. has announced the Dr. Strange project, this is assumed dead.

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MARVELMANIA MONTHLY MAGAZINE #4

Issue 4, 1970, Marvel Comics

“The Hulk In The Grip of Psyklop”

story, Harlan Ellison

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MEFISTO IN ONYX

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1993, Mark V. Ziesing Books (ISBN: 0-929380-31-7)

novella, Harlan Ellison; front cover/introduction, Frank Miller

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MIDNIGHT GRAFFITI #1

Midnight Graffiti #1 (1988) Cover art by Martin Cannon.

Issue 1, June 1988, Midnight Graffiti Publications ($4.95)

“The Function of Dream Sleep”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustration, Moebius;
editor, Jessie Horstin, James Van Hise
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Musings #1

Issue 1, Fall 1993, Calliope Comics

Reprint of Ellison’s 1993 address to the San Diego Comic Con

NEW TEEN TITANS, THE #40

The New Teen Titans #40 (1988) Cover art by Eduardo BarretoIssue 40, February 1988, DC Comics ($1.75)

“Round Holes & Square Pegs”

writer, Marv Wolfman; art, Eduardo Barreto & Romeo Thanghal;
color, Adrienne Roy; letters, Albert De Guzman;
editor, Barbara Randall; cover, Eduardo Barreto

Return appearance of Silver Fog “created” by Ellison in Adventure Comics #479

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normalman/MEGATON MAN SPECIAL

normalmanMegatonMan-Cover_600px

#1, August 1994, Image Comics ($2.50)

writer/artist, Jim Valentino & Don Simpson; color, Gloria Vasquez

An appearance of a Ellison-like character as a part of a parody of the comic book industry.

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Nostalgia Journal #28

Issue 28, 1976

“Exploring Ellison”

article, Carter Scholz

Article on HE in the fanzine that would become The Comics Journal. Features two-pages of reviews & comment about Harlan Ellison.

PARTNERS IN WONDER

Partners In Wonder (1975) Cover art by Leo & Diane Dillon1971, Various Editions

“The Kong Papers”

cartoons, Bill Rotsler; captions, Harlan Ellison

Playboy (Dec. 1988)

December 1988, Playboy Entertainment

“It Ain’t Toontown”

writer, Harlan Ellison

Essay by Ellison on comics, renamed by editors

Reprints

  • “It Ain’t Toontown” later appeared, under its original title “Did Your Mother Throw Yours Out?,” as Appendix E in Harlan Ellison’s Hornbook, 1990; and Edgeworks 3, 1997

RBCC #151

RBCC  #151 (1980)

Issue 151, 1980, James Van Hise ($3.95)

“Basilisk”

art and adaptation, Bret Blevins;

“Soldier”

art and adaptation, Kerry Gammil

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REALWORLDS: SUPERMAN

Planned: 2000, DC Comics/Realworlds

“Exorcising Demons”

writers, Harlan Ellison and Peter David; art, Paul Ryan; editor, Andy Helfer

A “Superman” story that was to be part of what became a four book series examining DC heroes and their impact on the “Real World.” The book was mentioned by Ellison in several interviews and mentioned in preliminary press announcements of the series. But when the series was finally solicited over several months in 2000 the “Superman” book included was not the Ellison/David/Ryan book.

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ROCKETEER GRAPHIC NOVEL

The Rocketeer (1985) By Dave Stevens.1985, Eclipse

introduction, Harlan Ellison

story & art, Dave Stevens;
letters, Carrie Spiegle; color, Joe Chiodo with Bruce Timm, Brent Anderson, Scott Saavedra, and Jennifer Frank

SANDMAN: SEASONS OF MISTS

Sandman: Season of Mists (1992) Cover art by Dave McKean.

1992, DC Comics/Vertigo ($29.95, ISBN: 1-56389-035-6)

introduction, Harlan Ellison

story, Neil Gaiman; art, Kelly Jones, Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Matt Wagner, Dick Giordano, George Pratt, and P. Craig Russell;
editor, Karen Berger; cover and design, Dave McKean

About

Introduction for the fourth collection of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, collecting the “Seasons Of Mists” story from Sandman #21-28. Cover artist Dave McKean also creates an antique “portrait” of Harlan Ellison, along with all other creators, for the “biographies” section of the book.

SAVAGE DRAGON #68

Savage Dragon #68 (1992) Cover art by Erik Larsen.

Issue 68, October 1999, Image Comics ($2.50)

Megaton Man: “The Comicon On The Edge of Forever”

writer/artist, Don Simpson

A parody involving Harlan Ellison, by the artist/co-writer of normalman/Megaton Man.

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Sci-Fi Universe #7

Issue 7, June 1995, HG Publications

interview, Maggie Thompson

Part 3 of 3 part interview promoting that ran through Hero Illustrated #21, Comic Buyer’s Guide #1115, and Sci-Fi Universe #7 promoting the launch of Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor.

SENSATIONAL SHE-HULK, THE #7

The Sensational She-Hulk #7 (1989)

Issue 7, November 1989, Marvel Comics ($1.50)

“I Have No Mouth And I Am Mean”

writer/artist, John Byrne; interior inks, Bob Wiacek;
colors, Glynis Oliver; letters, Jim Novack; editor, Bobbie Chase

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SLOW DEATH

19XX, Last Gasp Eco-Funnies

About

Reprint collection of stories from Slow Death, an underground comic from the sixties and seventies, featuring art and stories by R. Crumb, Rand Holmes, Richard Corben, Gilbert Shelton, Jaxon, Greg Irons, and others.

STRANGE KADDISH

Strange Kaddish (1996) Cover art by Gray Morrow.1996, Aardwolf Publishing ($9.95, ISBN: 1-888669-01-2)

editor, Clifford Lawrence Meth & Ricia Mainhardt; cover, Gray Morrow

“Go Towards The Light”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustrations, Gray Morrow

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TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #1

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Anniversary Reprint (1993) By Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.

Issue 1 Anniversary Reprint, 1993, Mirage Press

introduction, Harlan Ellison

story & art, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird

THE COMICS JOURNAL #63

The Comics Journal #63 (May 1981) Cover art by Wendy Pini.Issue 63, May (Spring) 1981, Fantagraphics Publishing, Inc. ($4.95)

editor, Gary Groth; assistant editor, Kim Thompson; cover, Wendy Pini

“The Other Place”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustrations, Gil Kane

Unproduced TV Pilot by Harlan Ellison, featuring three illustrations by Gil Kane.

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The Masters of Comic Book Art

Ken Vida Productions

narrator, Harlan Ellison; director, Ken Vida

Ellison narrates this videotape collection of artist profiles featuring Frank Miller, Dave Sim, Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, and others.

THE SHADOW

Originally planned: early eighties (?), Fantagraphics Books (?)

writer, Harlan Ellison; art, Michael Kaluta

Rumored Shadow graphic novel to be illustrated by classic seventies Shadow artist Michael Kaluta. Never solicited.

For more information see The Comics Journal #54, 57, 61, and 82.

UNKNOWN WORLDS OF SCIENCE FICTION #3

Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction #3 Cover by Michael Whelan

Issue 3, May 1975, Marvel Comics ($1.00)

editor, Roy Thomas; associate editor, Gerry Conway; cover, Michael Whelan

“Repent Harlequin, Said the Tick-Tock Man”

adaptation, Roy Thomas; art, Alex Nino

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VIC AND BLOOD

Vic And Blood (NBM, 1989) Art by Richard Corben

NBM, 1989, ($8.95, ISBN: 0-312-03471-7)

“Eggsucker” / “A Boy And His Dog” / “Run, Spot, Run”

story, Harlan Ellison; art & cover, Richard Corben;
afterword, Harlan Ellison- “After Vic and Blood, Some Afterthoughts As Afterwords”

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VIC AND BLOOD #1

Vic and Blood #1 Art by Richard Corben

Issue 1, October 1987, Mad Dog ($2.00)

“Eggsucker” / “A Boy And His Dog” Part One

adaptation, Harlan Ellison; art & cover, Richard Corben;
lettering, Diane Valentino; logo, Diane Valentino & Kevin Nowlan; editor, Jan Strnad

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VIC AND BLOOD #2

 Vic and Blood #2 Art by Richard CorbenIssue 2, February 1988, Mad Dog ($2.00)

“A Boy And His Dog” Part Two / “Run, Spot, Run”

story, Harlan Ellison; art & cover, Richard Corben;
lettering, Diane Valentino; logo, Diane Valentino & Kevin Nowlan; editor, Jan Strnad

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VIC AND BLOOD: The Continuing Adventures of A Boy and His Dog

Vic And Blood (iBooks, 2003) Cover art by Richard Corben

2003, iBooks / Edgeworks Abbey ($17.95, ISBN: 0-7434-5903-2)

“Eggsucker” / “A Boy And His Dog” / “Run, Spot, Run”

story, Harlan Ellison; art and cover, Richard Corben;
project editor, Howard Zimmerman; cover and interior design, Dean Motter

foreword, Harlan Ellison, “Latest Breaking News: The Kid and the Pooch”

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VISIONS OF ARZACH

Visions of Arzach (1993) Cover art by Moebius.

1993, Kitchen Sink Press ($14.95, ISBN: 0-87816-233-X)

foreword, Harlan Ellison, “The Man On The Pterodactyl”

editor, Randy & Jean-Marc Lofficier; cover, Jean “Moebius” Giraud

About

A collection of art inspired by Jean “Moebius” Giraud’s character Arzach. Includes work by Sergio Aragonés, Mark Bodé, Jim Steranko, Michael Zuli, Gahan Wilson, Mike Mignola, David Mazzucchelli, Kent Williams, and many more.

WEIRD HEROES Vol. 2

Weird Heroes Vol 2 (1975) Cover art by Jim Steranko

1975, Pyramid Books / Byron Preiss Visual Publications ($1.50, ISBN: 0-515-03746-X)

editor, Byron Preiss; cover, Jim Steranko

“The New York Review of Bird”

story, Harlan Ellison; illustrations, Neal Adams

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WEIRD SCIENCE-FANTASY #24

Weird Science-Fantasy #24 (June 1954) Cover art by Al Feldstein

Issue 24, June 1954, EC Comics ($0.15)

editor, Al Feldstein; publisher, William B. Gaines; cover, Al Feldstein

“Upheaval”

based on the story “Mealtime” by Harlan Ellison; art, Al Williamson

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WEIRD TALES ILLUSTRATED #1

Weird Tales Illustrated #1 (Millennium, 1992) Cover art by John Bolton.

Issue 1, 1992, Millennium ($4.95)

“Shattered Like A Glass Goblin”

adaptation, Faye Perovich; art, Kelly Jones; color, Melissa Martin; cover, John Bolton

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Wizard #97

Issue 97, September 1999, Wizard Press

“The Wizard Q&A: Harlan Ellison”

Rather pitiful interview that even Ellison seems annoyed by. Discusses Ellison’s views on comics, history with Star Trek, and a few future projects.

WIZARD 1995 COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE ANNUAL

1996, Wizard Press

introduction, Harlan Ellison

[unconfirmed]

WIZARD PRESS PRESENTS BEYOND ZERO HOUR

1998(?), Wizard Press

introduction, Harlan Ellison

[unconfirmed]