Alan McKenzie

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Not to be confused with Alan MacKenzie or Allen McKenzie.
Alan McKenzie
Born Glasgow, Scotland
Nationality British
Area(s) Writer, Editor
Notable works
Brigand Doom
Journal of Luke Kirby

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Alan McKenzie is a British comics writer known for his work at 2000 AD.

Biography[edit]

McKenzie worked for Marvel UK during the early 1980s, editing Starburst, Cinema and Doctor Who Monthly magazines. After leaving the Marvel staff in 1985, he wrote several Doctor Who comic stories for the Monthly under the pseudonym Max Stockbridge. He then wrote three non-fiction books, The Harrison Ford Story (1985), Hollywood Tricks of the Trade(1986) and How to Draw and Sell Comic Strips (1987) before contributing comic scripts to IPC's Battle Action and later 2000AD.

In 1987, he joined the editorial team of 2000 AD as a freelancer, and from 1987–1994 he created a number of stories including Bradley, Brigand Doom and Journal of Luke Kirby. He also served in 1994 as the comic's editor.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics[edit]

Comics work includes:

  • Universal Soldier (with Will Simpson & Brett Ewins):
    • "Universal Soldier" (in 2000 AD #537-543, 1987)
    • "Universal Soldier II" (in 2000 AD #672-682, 1990)
    • "Universal Soldier: The Indestructible Man" (in 2000 AD #750-759, 1991)
  • Bradley (with Simon Harrison):
    • "Bradley Goes Pop" (in 2000 AD #660-682, 1990)
    • "Bradley's Bedtime Stories" (in 2000 AD #795-799, 825-827, 1992–1993)
    • "Bradley: The Sprog Prince" (in 2000 AD #885-888, 1994)
    • "Bradley: Master of the Martial Arts" (in 2000 AD #901-903, 1994)
  • Brigand Doom (with Dave D'Antiquis):
    • "Brigand Doom" (in 2000 AD #717-722, 1991)
    • "Voodoo Child" (in 2000 AD #764-773, 1992)
    • "Spirits Willing" (in 2000 AD #815-818, 1992–1993)
    • "House of Games" (in 2000 AD #897-899, 1994)
    • "Account Yorga-Vampire" (in 2000 AD #932-936, 1995)
  • Soul Gun Warrior (with Shaky Kane):
    • "Soul Gun Warrior" (with co-writer M. Coulthard, in 2000 AD #867-872, 1993–1994)
    • "Soul Gun Assassin" (with co-writer M. Coulthard, in 2000 AD #920-925, 1994–1995)
  • Vector 13 (created format, with Dave D'Antiquis):
    • "Case Five: The Henderson Event" (in 2000 AD #955, 1995)
    • "Case Five: Assassin" (in 2000 AD #992, 1996)

Books[edit]

Non-comics work includes:

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Richard Burton
2000 AD editor
1994
Succeeded by
John Tomlinson
Preceded by
Paul Neary
Doctor Who Magazine Editor
1981–1985
Succeeded by
Sheila Cranna