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Dan Jolley
DanJolley
Residence
Current: Georgia
Novels
Warriors Series: The Lost Warrior Arc, The Rise of Scourge, Tigerstar and Sasha Arc, Ravenpaw's Path Arc

Short Manga Story in Crookedstar's Promise, Bluestar's Prophecy, and SkyClan's Destiny

Other Novels: As listed

Dan Jolley is a prolific American author and comic artist.[1] He is the writer of the Warriors manga books.[2]

Biography

Dan Jolley currently resides in Georgia and began his writing career in the early 1990s.[3] 'Wizard' magazine voted his limited series, Obergeist as Best Horror Comic of 2001,[4] and his DC Comics project, JSA: The Unholy Three received an Eisner Award nomination for Best Limited Series of 2003.[5]
His debut novel series, entitled Alex Unlimited, was published by TokyoPop and HarperCollins in May 2007.[6] He also wrote the novelization of the 2008 motion picture, Iron Man.[7] Dan was a part of the design team of Icarus Studios' post-apocalyptic MMORPG (Massively multiplayer online roleplay game), Fallen Earth[8] and now writes for video games from Activision and Ubisoft.[9] His more recent comics work includes Bloodhound, a series about an investigator into a super-powered serial killer in the DC Universe.[10]

Quotes

"Tigerstar never said, 'I think I'll be a nasty, power-hungry, sadistic tyrant for no good reason.' No good villain is ever totally, completely, 100% bad. Characters should be complex, and have shades of good and evil, and Tigerstar is and does."

-Dan Jolley on Tigerstar[11]

Other Books

Novels

  • Alex Unlimited series[12]
  • The Vosarak Code
  • Split Second Sight
  • True Chemistry
  • Star Trek S.C.E.- Some Assembly Required[13]
  • Angel Vengeance[14]
  • Iron Man Teen Novelization[15]
  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (The Junior Novel)[16]

Comic Books

  • Micronauts series (2003)[17]
  • Worship Service (2004)[18]
  • Vampirella: The Choir in the Mist issue (2004)[19]
  • Bloodhound original series (2004)[20]
  • Firestorm the Nuclear Man (first thirteen issues) (2004)[21]
  • G.I. Joe vs. The Transformers II last two issues and follow up (2005)[22]
  • Hell, Michigan series (2005)[23]
  • Choice Cuts (2006)[24]

External Links


References and Citations

  1. Revealed on ovguide.com
  2. Revealed on danjolley.com
  3. Revealed on danjolley.com
  4. Revealed on ovguide.com
  5. Revealed on ovguide.com
  6. Revealed on amazon.com
  7. Revealed on amazon.com
  8. Revealed on danjolley.com
  9. Revealed on danjolley.com
  10. Revealed on comicbookresources.com
  11. Interview with Dan on Warrior's Wish
  12. Revealed on danjolley.com/original_novels
  13. Revealed on danjolley.com/Licensed_novels
  14. Revealed on danjolley.com/Licensed_novels
  15. Revealed on danjolley.com/Licensed_novels
  16. Revealed on danjolley.com/Licensed_novels
  17. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  18. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  19. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  20. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  21. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  22. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  23. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics
  24. Revealed on Danjolley.com/Mainstream_Comics

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