Jamie Delano

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Jamie Delano
Jamie Delano 2005.jpg
Born 1954
Northampton, England
Nationality British
Area(s) writer
Notable works
Captain Britain
Hellblazer

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Jamie Delano (born 1954 in Northampton) is a British comics writer. He was part of the first post-Alan Moore "British Invasion" of writers. Best known as the first writer of the comic book series Hellblazer, starring John Constantine.

Biography[edit]

Jamie Delano wrote all but three of the first forty issues of Hellblazer for DC Comics from 1988 (Hellblazer #1) to 1991 (Hellblazer #40).

Most of his other work has also been for DC/Vertigo.

Much of Delano's work can be characterised as science fiction, or horror, but often is a blend thereof.

Subjects in his work include the War of the sexes (World Without End), imperialism and genocide (Ghostdancing), and environmental & cultural collapse (2020 Visions, Animal Man).

A. William James is Delano's prose-writing alter ego. His novel Book Thirteen is published under his Lepus Books imprint.

Bibliography[edit]

Comics work includes:

  • One-Off:
    • "Blood Sport" (with David Pugh, in 2000 AD No. 484, 1986)
    • "The Ark" (with Dave Wyatt, in 2000 AD No. 504, 1987)

Prose work includes:

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

LEPUS BOOKS

Interviews[edit]

Preceded by
None
Hellblazer writer
1988–1990
Succeeded by
Grant Morrison
Preceded by
Neil Gaiman
Hellblazer writer
1990
Succeeded by
Dick Foreman
Preceded by
Dick Foreman
Hellblazer writer
1990–1991
Succeeded by
Garth Ennis
Preceded by
Garth Ennis
Hellblazer writer
1994
Succeeded by
Eddie Campbell