Adam Warren bibliography

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Adam Warren is an American comic book writer and artist who is famous for being one of the first American commercial illustrators to draw using the manga style.

Bibliography[edit]

Major works[edit]

Title Role Publisher Year
The Dirty Pair: Biohazards Artist and writer Eclipse Comics 1988
The Dirty Pair II: Dangerous Acquaintances Artist and writer Eclipse Comics 1989
The Dirty Pair III: A Plague of Angels Artist and writer Eclipse Comics 1990
The Terminator: Hunters and Killers Writer Dark Horse Comics 1992
The Dirty Pair: Sim Hell Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 1993
Bubblegum Crisis: Grand Mal Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 1994
The Dirty Pair: Fatal But Not Serious Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 1995
Gen¹³: Bootleg (#8-#10, "Grunge: The Movie" story) Artist and writer WildStorm 1996
Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone Artist and writer DC Comics 1997
C.H.I.X. (one-shot) (Sistah Ninja story) Artist and writer Image Comics 1998
Gen¹³: Magical Drama Queen Roxy Artist and writer WildStorm 1998
The Dirty Pair: Start the Violence Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 1999
Gen¹³ (Vol. 2 #60-#77) Artist and writer WildStorm 1999
The Dirty Pair: Run from the Future Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2000
Marvel Mangaverse: Fantastic Four Writer Marvel Comics 2002
Livewires Writer and storyboards Marvel Comics 2005
Popbot Reader, for Popbot Writer[1] IDW Publishing 2005
Iron Man: Hypervelocity Writer and storyboards Marvel Comics 2007
Empowered Vol. 1 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2007
Empowered Vol. 2 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2007
Empowered Vol. 3 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2008
Empowered Vol. 4 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2008
Empowered Vol. 5 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2009
Hulk: Broken Worlds #2 Writer Marvel Comics 2009
Empowered Vol. 6 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2010
Galacta: Daughter of Galactus (one-shot) Writer Marvel Comics 2010
Empowered Vol. 7 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2012
Empowered Vol. 8 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2013
Empowered Vol. 9 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2015

Minor works[edit]

Title Role Publisher Year
San Diego Comic-Con Comics, #3 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 1994
Adam Warren Sketchbook (dōjinshi) Artist The Bio-Hazard Project 1996
The Adventures of the X-Men #5 Cover artist Marvel Comics August 1996
Barb Wire Cover artist Dark Horse Comics 1996
Kabuki: Images Pin-up artist Image Comics 1998
Star Wars: A New Hope Manga Cover artist Dark Horse Comics 1998
Battle Chasers, #6 Cover artist WildStorm 1998
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Manga Cover artist Dark Horse Comics 1999
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Manga Cover artist Dark Horse Comics 1999
Mangaphile, #1 Cover artist Radio Comix 1999
Cannon God Exaxxion Translator Dark Horse Comics 2001–2006
A Big 'Merci Beaucoup' (one-shot) Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2001
The Art of Comic-Book Inking Vol. 2 Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2002
How to Draw Manga Supersized Vol. 1 Contributor Antarctic Press 2003
X-Men Unlimited Vol. 1, No. 47 ("Bloody 'Ell Story") Artist and writer Marvel Comics 2003
Finder Vol. 6: Mystery Date Pin-up artist Lightspeed Press 2004
Seraphic Feather Vol. #1-#6 Translator Dark Horse Comics 2001–2006
PSM End page comic PlayStation Magazine ????–2007
Marvel Assistant-Sized Spectacular (Galacta story) Writer Marvel Comics 2009
Empowered Special: The Wench With a Million Sighs Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2009
Iron Man: Titanium #1 Writer Marvel Comics 2010
The Guild: Tink (one-shot)[2] Artist Dark Horse Comics 2011
Empowered Special #2: Ten Questions for the Maidman Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2011
Empowered Special #3: Hell Bent or Heaven Sent Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2012
Empowered Special #4: Animal Style Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2013
Empowered Special #5: Nine Beers with Ninjette Artist and writer Dark Horse Comics 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adam Warren. "Illo for Ashley Wood's POPBOT". DeviantArt. In fact, I wrote a story that Ashley painted in the very same POPBOT SPECIAL issue. Shocking, but true!
  2. ^ The Guild: Tink Dark Horse product page. Retrieved 14 January 2011