Fiona Avery

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Fiona Kai Avery
Born (1974-09-13) September 13, 1974 (age 40)

Fiona Kai Avery (born September 13, 1974) is a comic book and television writer. Avery was hired as a reference editor for the fifth season of Babylon 5, and later continued in that role for the failed spin-off Crusade. Avery contributed several scripts for the series, including "The Well of Forever" and "Patterns of the Soul", as well as the unfilmed "Value Judgements" and "Tried and True". Following the cancellation of Crusade, Avery turned to comic book writing, working for Marvel and Top Cow on titles including The Amazing Spider-Man and the X-Men range. Her more recent work includes three spin-offs of J. Michael Straczynski's Rising Stars - Bright, Voices of the Dead, and Untouchable - as well as her own creation, Araña.

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  • The Crown Rose, 2005.

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