Jeff Mariotte

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Jeff Mariotte
Born (1955-09-07) 7 September 1955 (age 63)
Park Forest, Illinois
Nationality American
Genre Horror, crime investigation, western
Spouse Marsheila Rockwell

Jeff Mariotte (born 1955) is an author who lives in Arizona. As well as his own original work, he is best known for writing novels and comic books based on licensed properties.


Mariotte was born in Park Forest, Illinois, but he moved at age six because his father, who worked for the United States Department of Defense, was transferred to Paris, France. He graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in Radio/TV/Film.

He is the author of the series Witch Season and has also written many Charmed and Angel books based on the television shows. In 2006 he announced that would retire from the Angel franchise after eleven novels and eleven comics.[1] He also created and writes the Desperadoes series of Weird West-style comic books and Graveslingers.[2]

Recent projects include the one-shot "Presidential Material: Barack Obama,"[3][4] a four-issue adaptation of the film Terminator Salvation,[5] as well as Zombie Cop a graphic novel from the Image Comics imprint Shadowline and a novella "The Strip" set in the same fictional universe.[6] and Garrison at Wildstorm.[7][8]

He is married to author Marsheila Rockwell.


Buffyverse works[edit]

Angel novels[edit]

Angel comics[edit]

More comprehensive list of novels[edit]


Short stories[edit]

  • Tales of Zorro: "Mission Gold"
  • Lost Trails: "The Ones he Never Mentioned"
  • Full Spectrum: "The Last Rainmaking Song"
  • Dead Lands—A Fistful O' Dead Guys: "Behind Enemy Lines"
  • Cutting Block Single Slices: "The Lottons Show" (with Marsheila Rockwell)

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