Dan Jolley

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Dan Jolley
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Jolley at the 2013 New York Comic Con
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer
Notable works
Firestorm
Obergeist
JSA: The Liberty Files
Alex Unlimited

http://www.danjolley.com

Dan Jolley is an American novelist and comic book writer. His comics work includes DC Comics' Firestorm and Graphic Universe's Twisted Journeys, a series of interactive fiction or gamebooks in graphic novel form, and his novel work includes the young-adult science fiction espionage series Alex Unlimited.

Career[edit]

Dan Jolley began his writing career in the early nineties. His limited series Obergeist was voted Best Horror Comic of 2001 by Wizard magazine, and his DC Comics project JSA: The Unholy Three received an Eisner Award nomination for Best Limited Series of 2003.[citation needed] His other comics work includes Bloodhound, a series about an unpowered investigator into a super-powered serial killer in the DC Universe.[1]

May 2007 saw the debut of his first novel series, an original young-adult science fiction espionage story called Alex Unlimited, published by a joint venture of TokyoPop and HarperCollins.

He is also scripting several manga projects, including The Lost Warrior, which is an extension of the Warriors novel series by Erin Hunter,[2] and wrote the teen novelization of the 2008 motion picture Iron Man.

Jolley was on the design team of Icarus Studios' post-apocalyptic MMORPG, Fallen Earth. He now writes for video games from Activision and Ubisoft.[citation needed]

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Comics[edit]

Warriors[edit]

The Warriors series is about fictional feral cats trying to survive, and is written by Erin Hunter. As part of a deal, TokyoPop and HarperCollins together brought the series into manga format. Jolley scripted a trilogy about one of the warrior cats, Graystripe.[2]

Buffyverse[edit]

Novels relating to the fictional universe established by Buffy and Angel:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Singh, Arune (July 8, 2004). "The New DC (Part 1): Dan Jolley talks "Bloodhound"". Comic Book Resources. 
  2. ^ a b Douresseaux, Leroy (February 6, 2007). "TOKYOPOP and HarperCollins Turn "Warriors" by Erin Hunter Into Manga". ComicBookBin. 

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