Dan Jolley

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

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.


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]




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]


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


  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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