TekWorld

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TekWorld
Cover to issue #1 of TekWorld (September 1992). Art by Lee Sullivan.
Publication information
Publisher Epic Comics (Marvel Comics)
Schedule Monthly
Format Ongoing series
Genre
Publication date September 1992 - August 1994
Number of issues 24
Main character(s) Jake Cardigan, Warbride
Creative team
Writer(s) Ron Goulart
Evan Skolnick
Artist(s) Lee Sullivan
Penciller(s) Rich Suchy
Inker(s) John Stanisci
Letterer(s) Pat Brosseau
Ken Lopez
Colorist(s) Evan Skolnick
Mike Worley
Creator(s) William Shatner
Editor(s) Fabian Nicieza
Collected editions
TekWorld ISBN 0-87135-985-5

William Shatner's TekWorld (or Tek World) was a comic book series published by Epic Comics/Marvel, from 1992 to 1995.[1] It is based on the TekWar novels.

Publication history[edit]

Lee Sullivan, who was the principal artist on the series (providing the art for 16 issues and all the covers), had worked with Evan Skolnick on Marvel's RoboCop series, and it was Skolnick who recommended Sullivan to the editor Fabian Nicieza when they lost the original artist for the project.[2] Sullivan was also allowed to produce the full line art because, he says, "I had found it difficult to provide pencils that anyone could ink well, and the results were much better."[2]

Following a request from Shatner, the look of the series was adjusted to parallel the television series when it was in production [2] Despite being more closely tied-into the expanding TekWar franchise, the title was one of those which got cut during Marvel's financial problems in the mid-nineties, with the last issue cover dated August 1994.[2]

Issues[edit]

  1. "Born Again"
  2. "Across the Border"
  3. "Warbride Revisited"
  4. "Fatal Reunion"
  5. "Tek War"
  6. "Moon Kill"
  7. "Space Jack"
  8. "Welcome Back Cardigan"
  9. "Prison Bound"
  10. "Fugitives"
  11. "Disorder at the Border"
  12. "Chasing Shadows"
  13. "Bionic Duel"
  14. "Attack of the Zombies"
  15. "Plague?"
  16. "Back to the Freezer"
  17. "Destination Kyoto"
  18. "Showdown at the Shrine"
  19. "SIMS of the Father"
  20. "Hand of the Rising Son"
  21. "Who Aren't in Heaven"
  22. "Fathers & Guns"
  23. "We'll Be Right Back..."
  24. "A Matter of Innocence"

Collected editions[edit]

Part of the series has been collected into a trade paperback:

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