Jim Steranko bibliography

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Jim Steranko bibliography
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Steranko at New York Comic Con February 2009
Publishers
Marvel Comics 1966–1974

This is a list of works by Jim Steranko.

Comics[edit]

Interior work[edit]

DC[edit]

  • Catwoman: Selina's Big Score  #1, pinup (2002)
  • Superman #400, story "The Exile at the End of Eternity" (10pp.) (Oct. 1984)[1]
  • Superman Gallery, one-shot, pinup (1993)

Marvel[edit]

  • Captain America #110-111, 113, plus covers (Feb.-March, May 1969)
  • Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.  #1-3, 5, plus covers; covers only: #4, 6-7 (Jun-Dec. 1968)
  • Our Love Story #5, story "My Heart Broke in Hollywood" (7pp.) (Feb. 1970)
  • Strange Tales #151-153 (over Jack Kirby layouts), #154-168; odd-number covers from #151 (inker only), #153-167 (Dec. 1966 - May 1968)
  • Tower of Shadows #1, story "At the Stroke of Midnight" (7pp.) (Sept. 1969)
  • X-Men #50-51, plus covers; cover only: #49 (1968)
  • FOOM, cover only, #2 (Summer 1973) (also incidental art, #1-4, Feb. 1973 - Winter 1974)

Other publishers[edit]

  • Dark Horse Presents, vol. 2, #3 (Chapter 1 (13 pages) of Chandler: Red Tide re-drawn and re-written from original 1976 edition and also variant cover, 2011)
  • Double-Dare Adventures #1 (Dec. 1966; Harvey Comics) (wrote and partly penciled story "Legend of the Glowing Gladiator", possibly penciled intro page, possibly wrote story "The Secret of Magicmaster")[2]
  • Heavy Metal, vol. 5, #3-7, 10 (HM Communications; June-Oct. 1981, Jan. 1982) - Serialized Outland movie adaptation
  • Spyman #1-2 (Sep-Dec. 1966; Harvey Comics)
  • The Illustrated Harlan Ellison 3-D story "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman" (10pp.) (Baronet Publishing; Dec. 1978)

Collected works[edit]

  • Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (collects Strange Tales #150-168, 248 pages, Marvel Enterprises, 2000; ISBN 0-7851-0747-9)
  • Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Who Is Scorpio? (collects Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1-3, 5, 96 pages, Marvel Enterprises, 2001; ISBN 0-7851-0766-5)
  • Marvel Visionaries: Jim Steranko (Collects Collects material from Captain America (1968) #110-113, Uncanny X-Men #49-51, Tower of Shadows (1969) #1, Our Love Story (1969) #5, Incredible Hulk (1962) Annual #1, Supernatural Thrillers (1973) #1-2, Fantastic Four (1961) #130-131, Creatures on the Loose (1971) #21-22, Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD (1968) #1-2, Tex Dawson, Gun-Slinger (1973) #1, Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD (1983) #1, and Western Gunfighters (1970) #14., Marvel Enterprises, 128 pages, 2002; ISBN 0-7851-0944-7)
  • Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol. 1 (Collecting STRANGE TALES #135-153, TALES OF SUSPENSE #78 and FANTASTIC FOUR #21., Marvel Enterprises, 2009; ISBN 978-0785126867)
  • Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol. 2 (Collecting STRANGE TALES #154-168 and NICK FURY, AGENT OF SHIELD #1-3., Marvel Enterprises, 2009; ISBN 978-0785135036)
  • Marvel Masterworks: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol. 3 (collects Collecting STRANGE TALES #135-153, TALES OF SUSPENSE #78 and FANTASTIC FOUR #21, Marvel Enterprises, 2009; ISBN 978-0785150343)
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. By Steranko: The Complete Collection(collects Strange Tales (1951) #151-168, Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1968) #1-3 & 5, 352 pages, Marvel Enterprises, 2013; ASIN B00PSN1N7S)

Comics covers work[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Steranko on Cards (Ireland Magic Company, 1960)
  • Kort is now in Session (1962 - Designed and Illustrated only)
  • The Steranko History of Comics 1 (Supergraphics, 1970, ISBN 0-517-50188-0; also wraparound cover)
  • The Steranko History of Comics 2 (Supergraphics, 1972; also wraparound cover)
  • Chandler: Red Tide Fiction Illustrated (Byron Preiss Visual Publications/Pyramid Books, (1976)
  • Unseen Shadows: 50 Cover Concept Illustrations (Supergraphics, 1978)
  • Domino Lady: The Complete Collection (Vanguard Productions 2004, ISBN 1-887591-70-2)

Book covers[edit]

  • Prisoners of the Sky by C. C. MacApp (pseudonym of Carroll M. Capps) (1969; science fiction)
  • The Mighty Barbarians: Great Sword and Sorcery Heroes, Hans Stefan Santesson, ed. (1969)
  • Ice World (1969; science fiction)
  • Return to the Stars (1969; science fiction)
  • Why Isn't a Nice Girl Like You Married? or How to Get Most Out of Life While You're Single by Rebecca Greer (1970; self-help)
  • Master Of The Dark Gate by John Jakes (1970) ISBN 1-199-15459-8
  • Kelwin by Neal Barrett, Jr.(1970)
  • Fletcher by Jack Bickham (1970) (Western)
  • Wildcat O'Shea: A Stranger Named O'Shea (1970) by Jeff Clinton (Western)
  • Infinity One by Robert Hoskins (1970; science fiction)
  • Lord of Blood by Dave Van Arnam (1970; sword-and-sorcery)
  • The Mighty Swordsmen, Hans Stefan Santesson, ed. (1970)
  • G-8 and His Battle Aces #1: The Bat Staffel by Robert J. Hogan (1970; World War I)
  • G-8 and His Battle Aces: Ace of the White Death by Robert J. Hogan (1970)
  • G-8 and His Battle Aces: Purple Aces by Robert J. Hogan (1970)
  • Warlocks and Warrior, L. Spague de Camp, ed. (1971; sword-and-sorcery)
  • Wildcat O'Shea: Bounty on Wildcat (1971) by Jeff Clinton (Western)
  • Wildcat O'Shea: Wildcat's Claim To Fame (1971) by Jeff Clinton
  • Wildcat O'Shea: Wildcat's Revenge (1971) by Jeff Clinton
  • The Shores Of Tomorrow by David Mason (1971; science fiction)
  • Infinity Two by Robert Hoskins (1971; science fiction)
  • The Masters of the Pit a.k.a. Barbarians of Mars by Michael Moorcock (1971; science fiction)
  • Infinity Three by Robert Hoskins (1972; science fiction)
  • The Further Adventures of Erik John Stark: The Ginger Star by Leigh Brackett (1974; sword-and-sorcery) ISBN 0-345-31827-7
  • The Further Adventures of Erik John Stark 2: The Hounds Of Skaith by Leigh Brackett (1974) ISBN 0-345-24230-0
  • The Further Adventures of Erik John Stark 3: The Reavers of Skaith by Leigh Brackett (1976) ISBN 0-345-24438-9
  • Police Your Planet by Lester Del Rey with Erik van Lhin (1975; science fiction) ISBN 0-345-24465-6
  • Weird Heroes Volume 1 (1975; pulp-inspired anthology) ISBN 0-515-03746-X
  • Weird Heroes Volume 2 (1975; pulp-inspired anthology)
  • The Unknown (1978; reprints of pulp magazine stories - anthology)
  • Norgil the Magician by Maxwell Grant (pseudonym of Walter Gibson) (1977 reprints of pulp magazine stories) ISBN 0-89296-006-X
  • Norgil: More Tales of Prestigitection by Maxwell Grant (1979 reprints of pulp magazine stories) ISBN 0-89296-042-6
  • Tomorrow I Die by Mickey Spillane (1984) ISBN 0-89296-061-2
  • Blade of the Guillotine (1986)
  • Death Mask of Pancho Villa (1987)
  • Wild Cards XVI: Deuces Down, ed. by George R.R. Martin and Melinda Snodgrass (2002)
  • Swords and Deviltry 1 : Fafrd and the Gray Mouser (2003)
  • Swords against Death 2 : Fafrd and the Gray Mouser (2003)
  • Swords in the Mist/Swords against Wizardry 3/4 : Fafrd and the Gray Mouser (2004)
  • Meth o d, by Clifford Meth (2006)
  • Conspiracy of the Planet of the Apes (2011)

Pyramid Books[edit]

The Shadow (reprints of pulp-magazine stories)
By Maxwell Grant (pseudonym of Walter Gibson)

  • The Shadow #1: The Living Shadow (1974) ISBN 0-515-03597-1
  • The Shadow #2: The Black Master (1974) ISBN 0-515-03478-9
  • The Shadow #4: Hands in the Dark (1974)
  • The Shadow #5: Double Z (1975)
  • The Shadow #6: The Crime Cult (1975) ISBN 0-515-03699-4
  • The Shadow #9: The Romanoff Jewels (1975) ISBN 0-515-03877-6
  • The Shadow #10: The Silent Seven (1975) ISBN 0-515-03966-7
  • The Shadow #11: Kings of Crime (1976)
  • The Shadow #12: Shadowed Millions (1976) ISBN 0-515-03968-3
  • The Shadow #13: Green Eyes (1977) ISBN 0-515-04205-6
  • The Shadow #14: The Creeping Death (1977) ISBN 0-515-04206-4
  • The Shadow #16: The Shadow's Shadow (1977) ISBN 0-515-04278-1
  • The Shadow #17: Fingers Of Death (1977) ISBN 0-515-04279-X
  • The Shadow #18: Murder Trail (1977) ISBN 0-515-04280-3
  • The Shadow #19: Zemba (1977) ISBN 0-515-04285-4
  • The Shadow #20: Charg, Monster ISBN 0-515-04284-6
  • The Shadow #21: The Wealth Seeker (1978) ISBN 0-515-04283-8
  • The Shadow #22: The Silent Death (1978)
  • The Shadow #23: The Death Giver (1978)
  • The Shadow #1: The Living Shadow (1978) (Different from 1974 edition)
  • The Shadow #9: The Romanoff Jewels (1978) (Different from 1975 edition)
  • The Shadow #11: Kings of Crime (1978) (Different from 1976 edition)
  • The Shadow #12: Shadowed Millions (1978) (Different from 1976 edition)

Other[edit]

  • The Revenge of the Hound: The New Sherlock Holmes Novel by Michael Hardwick (1987; mystery) ISBN 0-394-55653-4
  • The Return of Valkyrie: An Airboy Graphic Album edited by Timothy Truman (1989) ISBN 0-913035-60-2
  • Palladium Books Presents: Mystic China by Erick Wujcik (1995) ISBN 0-916211-77-0
  • The Little Sister by Raymond Chandler (1997)
  • Heroes Unlimited: Second Edition (1998)
  • Captain America: Liberty's Torch (1998)
  • The Bride Wore Black (2001)
  • Phantom Lady (2001)
  • Rear Window (2001)
  • Night and the City (2001)
  • Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique by Tony C. Caputo; introduction by Harlan Ellison (2003) ISBN 0-8230-0317-5
  • Compliments of the Domino Lady by Lars Anderson (2004 reprints of pulp-magazine stories) ISBN 0-9712246-6-8
  • The Edge (2004)
  • Domino Lady: The Complete Collection by Lars Anderson (2004) ISBN 1-887591-69-9
  • Domino Lady: The Complete Collection Deluxe by Lars Anderson (2004; signed limited edition) ISBN 1-887591-70-2
  • Drifter's Detour, by Bill Pearson (2006)
  • The Spider: Robot Titans of Gotham, by Norvell W. Page (2007)
  • The Spider: City of Doom, by Norvell W. Page (2008)
  • Comixscene/Mediascene/Prevue, #1-92 (1972 - 1994) Magazine published by Supergraphics -Steranko was publisher, designer, editor and also contributed as writer and artist.
  • Star Wars Art: Comics, double page illustration (2011)

Biographical books[edit]

Books about Steranko includes:

  • Steranko: Graphic Narrative by Philip Fry & Ted Poulos; introduction and illustrations by Jim Steranko (Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibit publication, 1978)
  • Steranko: Graphic Prince of Darkness by Jim Steranko, J. David Spurlock, Peter DePree (Vanguard Productions, 1997).
  • Steranko Arte Noir by Jim Steranko, J. David Spurlock, Angel de la Calle (Vanguard Productions/Semana Negra, 2002)[6]
  • Visual Theory: The Steranko Archives, Volume 1 (2003)
  • Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique (2003)
  • Tout N’est Qu’Illusion…Jim Steranko by Guillaume Laborie (155 pages, printed in French, 2009)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Manning, Matthew K.; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). "1980s". DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. Dorling Kindersley. p. 209. ISBN 978-0-7566-6742-9. The Man of Steel celebrated his 400th issue in star-studded fashion with the help of some of the comic industry's best and brightest...the issue also featured a visionary tale written and drawn by Jim Steranko. 
  2. ^ "Grand Comics Database: ''Double-Dare Adventures'' #1". Comics.org. Retrieved 2010-10-10. 
  3. ^ Comics Buyer's Guide #1347 (Sept. 1999): "Changes: Jim Steranko's Brushes with the Boundaries", by Jim Steranko (Krause Publications), pp. 38-39
  4. ^ "Hulk Annual #1 Steranko Commentary". The Drawings of Steranko. Retrieved 2010-10-10. 
  5. ^ https://books.google.se/books?id=7kwfa0h_cFUC&pg=PA117&lpg=PA117&dq=Howard+Chaykin+Fury+of+S.H.I.E.L.D.&source=bl&ots=t6xixnRiev&sig=Xm8yUTDFYFG9VOo2s1JTYisfbA4&hl=sv&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjrkofbj7jRAhXEjiwKHb4EBZQ4ChDoAQhIMAY#v=onepage&q=Howard%20Chaykin%20Fury%20of%20S.H.I.E.L.D.&f=false
  6. ^ "STERANKO: ARTE NOIR from VANGUARD PRODUCTIONS, Vanguard Productions -Lebanon, New Jersey USA". Vanguardproductions.net. Retrieved 2008-04-16. 

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