Grant Morrison bibliography

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Grant Morrison bibliography
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Grant Morrison at Comic-Con 2008
Active period 1978–present
Publishers
2000 AD 1986–1994
DC Comics 1989–present
Vertigo 1993–2011
Marvel Comics 1995–2004
Image Comics 2012–present
Heavy Metal 2016–present

This article is a bibliography of Scottish comic book writer Grant Morrison.

Comics[edit]

UK publishers[edit]

Titles published by various British publishers include:

Marvel UK[edit]

Titles published by Marvel UK include:

Fleetway[edit]

Titles published by Fleetway include:

  • 2000 AD (anthology):
    • Tharg's Future Shocks:
      • "Hotel Harry Felix" (with Geoff Senior, in #463, 1986)
      • "The Alteration" (with Alan Langford, in #466, 1986)
      • "Alien Aid" (with John Stokes, in #469, 1986)
      • "Some People Never Listen" (with Barry Kitson, in #475, 1986)
      • "The Shop that Sold Everything" (with John Stokes, in #477, 1986)
      • "Danger: Genius at Work" (with Steve Dillon, in #479, 1986)
      • "Wheels of Fury" (with Geoff Senior, in #481, 1986)
      • "Candy and the Catchman" (with John Ridgway, in #491, 1986)
      • "Return to Sender" (with Jeff Anderson, in Annual '87, 1986)
      • The Best of Tharg's Future Shocks (tpb, 160 pages, Rebellion Developments, 2008, ISBN 1-905437-81-1) includes:
        • "Curse Your Lucky Star" (with Barry Kitson, in #482, 1986)
        • "Maniac for Hire" (with Johnny Johnstone, in #507, 1987)
        • "Fruitcake and Veg" (with Colin MacNeil, in #508–509, 1987)
        • "Fair Exchange" (with Colin MacNeil, in #514, 1987)
        • "The Invisible Etchings of Salvador Dalí" (with John Hicklenton, in #515, 1987)
        • "Big Trouble for Blast Barclay" (with Mike White, in #516, 1987)
    • Zenith (designs by Brendan McCarthy, art by Steve Yeowell except where noted):
      • Phase One (hc, 112 pages, Rebellion, 2014, ISBN 1-7810-8276-6) collects:
        • "Phase One" (in #535–550, 1987)
        • "Interlude 1: Whitlock" (in #558, 1988)
        • "Interlude 2: Peyne" (in 559, 1988)
      • Phase Two (hc, 112 pages, Rebellion, 2014, ISBN 1-7810-8278-2) collects:
        • "Phase Two" (in #589–606, 1988)
        • "Interlude 3: Maximan" (art by M. Carmona, in Winter Special '88, 1988)
      • Phase Three (hc, 144 pages, Rebellion, 2015, ISBN 1-7810-8321-5) collects:
        • "Mandala: Shadows & Reflections" (art by Jim McCarthy, in Annual '90, 1989)
        • "Phase Three" (in #626–634, 650–662, 667–670, 1989–1990)
      • Phase Four (hc, 112 pages, Rebellion, 2015, ISBN 1-7810-8346-0) collects:
        • "Phase Four" (in #791–806, 1992)
        • "zzzzenith.com" (in Prog 2001, 2000)
    • Venus Bluegenes: "The Pleasures of the Flesh" (with Will Simpson, in Sci-Fi Special '88, 1988)
    • Really & Truly (with Rian Hughes, in #842–849, 1993) collected in Yesterday's Tomorrows (hc, 256 pages, Knockabout, 2007, ISBN 0-86166-154-0)
    • Judge Dredd:
    • Big Dave (with Mark Millar):
      • "Target Baghdad" (with Steve Parkhouse, in #842–845, 1993)
      • "Young Dave" (with Steve Parkhouse, in Yearbook '94, 1993)
      • "Monarchy in the UK" (with Steve Parkhouse, in #846–849, 1994)
      • "Costa del Chaos" (with Anthony Williams, in #869–872, 1994)
      • "Wotta Lotta Balls" (with Steve Parkhouse, in #904–907, 1994)
    • Janus: Psi Division:
      • "Will o' the Wisp" (with Carlos Ezquerra, in Winter Special '93, 1993)
      • "House of Sighs" (with Paul Johnson, in #953, 1995)
      • "Faustus" (with Mark Millar and Paul Johnson, in #1024–1031, 1997)
  • Revolver (anthology):
  • Crisis (anthology):

DC Comics[edit]

Titles published by DC Comics and its various imprints include:

Vertigo[edit]

Titles published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint include:

  • Sebastian O #1–3 (with Steve Yeowell, 1993) collected as Sebastian O (tpb, 80 pages, 2004, ISBN 1-4012-0337-X)
  • The Mystery Play (with Jon J. Muth, graphic novel, hc, 80 pages, 1994, ISBN 1-56389-108-5)
  • Swamp Thing #140–143: "Bad Gumbo" (with Mark Millar and Philip Hester, 1994)
  • The Invisibles:
    • Say You Want a Revolution (tpb, 208 pages, 1996, ISBN 1-56389-267-7) collects:
      • "Dead Beatle$" (with Steve Yeowell, in v1 #1, 1994)
      • "Down and Out in Heaven and Hell" (with Steve Yeowell, in v1 #2–4, 1994)
      • "Arcadia" (with Jill Thompson, in v1 #5–8, 1995)
    • Apocalipstick (tpb, 208 pages, 2001, ISBN 1-56389-702-4) collects:
      • "23: Things Fall Apart" (with Jill Thompson, in v1 #9, 1995)
      • "Season of Ghouls" (with Chris Weston, in v1 #10, 1995)
      • "Royal Monsters" (with John Ridgway, in v1 #11, 1995)
      • "Best Man Fall" (with Steve Parkhouse, in v1 #12, 1995)
      • "She-Man" (with Jill Thompson, in v1 #13–15, 1995)
      • "London" (with Paul Johnson, in v1 #16, 1996)
    • Entropy in the UK (tpb, 232 pages, 2001, ISBN 1-56389-728-8) collects:
      • "Entropy in the UK" (with Phil Jimenez, in v1 #17–19, 1996)
      • "How I Became Invisible" (with Tommy Lee Edwards, in v1 #20, 1996)
      • "Liverpool" (with Paul Johnson, in v1 #21, 1996)
      • "House of Fun" (with Steve Yeowell, in v1 #22, 1996)
      • "The Last Temptation of Jack" (with Steve Yeowell, in v1 #23, 1996)
      • "Good-Bye Baby Rabbits" (with Steve Yeowell, in v1 #24, 1996)
      • "And A Half-Dozen of the Other" (with Mark Buckingham, in v1 #25, 1996)
    • Bloody Hell in America (tpb, 96 pages, 1998, ISBN 1-56389-444-0) collects:
      • "Black Science" (with Phil Jimenez, in v2 #1–4, 1997)
    • Counting to None (tpb, 240 pages, 1999, ISBN 1-56389-489-0) collects:
      • "Time Machine Go" (with Phil Jimenez, in v2 #5, 1997)
      • "The Girl Most Likely to" (with Phil Jimenez and Michael Lark, in v2 #6, 1997)
      • "The Sound of the Atom Splitting" (with Phil Jimenez, in v2 #7, 1997)
      • "Sensitive Criminals" (with Phil Jimenez and Chris Weston, in v2 #8–10, 1997)
      • "American Death Camp" (with Phil Jimenez, in v2 #11–13, 1997–1998)
      • "And We're All Police Men" (with Philip Bond, in Vertigo: Winter's Edge #1, 1998)
    • Kissing Mister Quimper (tpb, 224 pages, 2000, ISBN 1-56389-600-1) collects:
      • "Only Lovers Left Alive" (with Chris Weston, in v2 #14, 1998)
      • "The Philadelphia Experiment" (with Chris Weston, in v2 #15, 1998)
      • "Scorpio Rising" (with Chris Weston, in v2 #16, 1998)
      • "Black Science 2" (with Chris Weston and Ivan Reis, in v2 #17–20, 1998)
      • "All Tomorrow's Parties" (with Chris Weston, in v2 #21, 1999)
      • "The Tower" (with Chris Weston, in v2 #22, 1999)
    • The Invisible Kingdom (tpb, 288 pages, 2002, ISBN 1-4012-0019-2) collects:
      • "Satanstorm" (with Philip Bond and Warren Pleece, in v3 #12–9, 1999)
      • "Karmageddon" (with Sean Phillips, in v3 #8–5, 1999–2000)
      • "Planet Stepford" (with Steve Yeowell, Jill Thompson, Steve Parkhouse, John Ridgway, Ashley Wood and Philip Bond, in v3 #4, 2000)
      • "Goodbye Rag" (with Steve Yeowell, Rian Hughes, John Ridgway, Paul Johnson, Michael Lark, Jill Thompson and Chris Weston, in v3 #3, 2000)
      • "The Moment of the Blitz" (with Steve Yeowell, Pander Brothers, John Ridgway, Cameron Stewart, Ashley Wood and Dean Ormston, in v3 #2, 2000)
      • "Glitterdammerung" (with Frank Quitely, in v3 #1, 2000)
  • Vertigo Voices: Kill Your Boyfriend (with Philip Bond and D'Israeli, one-shot, 1995)
  • Flex Mentallo #1–4 (with Frank Quitely, 1996) collected as Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery (hc, 112 pages, 2012, ISBN 1-4012-3221-3; tpb, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4702-4)
  • Weird War Tales #3: "New Toys" (with Frank Quitely, anthology, 1997) collected in Graphic Ink: DC Comics Art of Frank Quitely (hc, 368 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4840-3)
  • The Filth #1–13 (with Chris Weston, 2002–2003) collected as The Filth (tpb, 320 pages, 2004, ISBN 1-4012-0013-3; hc, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5545-0)
  • We3 #1–3 (with Frank Quitely, 2004–2005) collected as We3 (tpb, 104 pages, 2005, ISBN 1-4012-0495-3; hc, 144 pages, 2011, ISBN 1-4012-3067-9)
  • Seaguy (with Cameron Stewart):
    • Seaguy #1–3 (2004) collected as Seaguy (tpb, 104 pages, 2005, ISBN 1-4012-0494-5)
    • Seaguy: The Slaves of Mickey Eye #1–3 (2009)
    • Seaguy: Eternal #1–3 (201?)[4]
  • Vimanarama #1–3 (with Philip Bond, 2005) collected as Vimanarama (tpb, 102 pages, 2006, ISBN 1-4012-0496-1)
  • Joe the Barbarian #1–8 (with Sean Murphy, 2010–2011) collected as Joe the Barbarian (hc, 224 pages, 2011, ISBN 1-4012-2971-9; tpb, 2013, ISBN 1-4012-3747-9)

Marvel Comics[edit]

Titles published by Marvel include:

Other US publishers[edit]

Titles published by various American publishers include:

Fiction[edit]

Non-fiction[edit]

Video games[edit]

Television[edit]

Films[edit]

Works about Grant Morrison[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Holland, Steve. Grant Morrison's Captain Clyde, Bear Alley, June 13, 2007
  2. ^ a b c "Fish1000 Comics: Lost and Found". Fish1000 Comics. 
  3. ^ Johnston, Rich (January 29, 2003). "Waiting For Tommy XXIII: Interview with Grant Morrison". Waiting For Tommy. Dynamic Forces. 
  4. ^ Sneddon, Laura (August 22, 2013). "Seaguy Eternal: The Script, It Lives! And Morrison’s Full Answers on Seaguy.". Comicsbeat. 
  5. ^ A six-page script written by Morrison in 1986, this solo Kid Marvelman tale was intended to appear in Dez Skinn's Warrior magazine as a placeholder for Alan Moore's Marvelman strip, then on hiatus due to Skinn's legal wrangles with Marvel Comics over the Marvelman name. Dez Skinn, speaking in George Khoury's Kimota! – The Marvelman Companion: When Marvel acquired the Miracleman rights, the company's CCO Joe Quesada found out about the lost story and asked Morrison if he still has the script and if he'd still like to see it published. Morrison did have it and agreed to give it to Marvel but only under the condition that Quesada himself draws it (source).
  6. ^ Damore, Meagan (July 9, 2015). "Grant Morrison, Stan Lee to Launch New Series Exclusively on Humble Bundle". Comic Book Resources. 
  7. ^ Ching, Albert (June 29, 2015). "Grant Morrison Tells 'Santa Claus: Year One' in "Klaus"". Comic Book Resources. 
  8. ^ Jensen, Jeff (July 6, 2015). "Heavy Metal is getting a punk rock facelift under new editor Grant Morrison". Entertainment Weekly. 
  9. ^ Sunu, Steve (October 7, 2014). "Morrison's "Sinatoro" Heads to Black Mask Studios". Comic Book Resources. 
  10. ^ "IJoCA vol. 6 (2)". Ijoca.com. 2003-08-24. Retrieved 2010-10-22. 
  11. ^ "IJoCA vol. 8 (1)". Ijoca.com. 2003-08-24. Retrieved 2010-10-22. 
  12. ^ "IJoCA vol. 8 (2)". Ijoca.com. 2003-08-24. Retrieved 2010-10-22. 

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