John Wagner bibliography

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John Wagner bibliography
Active period 1971–Present
Publishers
2000 AD 1977–Present
DC Comics 1987–1997
Dark Horse Comics 1995–2003

John Wagner has worked on a wide range of British comics most notably working on Judge Dredd and the various spin-offs.

Wagner often writes under a number of pseudonyms.

IPC/Fleetway[edit]

Wagner broke into writing comics in 1971 in partnership with Pat Mills, writing scripts for IPC humour comics like Cor!! and Whizzer and Chips.

Valiant[edit]

Jet[edit]

Tammy[edit]

  • "School for Snobs", co-written with Pat Mills, 1971
  • "Bella at the Bar", one of several writers, art by John Armstrong, 1974–

Lion[edit]

  • "The Can-Do Kids", co-written with Pat Mills, c. 1971-2

Sandie[edit]

  • "Jeannie and her Uncle Meanie", c. 1973

Battle Picture Weekly[edit]

  • "Rat Pack", one of several writers, 1975–76
  • "The Flight of the Golden Hinde", one of several writers, 1975
  • "The Bootneck Boy", one of several writers, 1975–77
  • "Lofty's One-Man Luftwaffe", one of several writers, 1975
  • "D-Day Dawson", one of several writers, 1975–77
  • "The Fortrose Falcon", first episode, remainder written by Eric Hebden, 1975
  • "They Can't Stop Bullet", one of several writers, 1975
  • "Battle Badge of Bravery", one of several writers, 1975
  • "Return of the Eagle", one of several writers, 1975–76
  • "Darkie's Mob", art by Mike Western, 1976–77; reprinted in the Judge Dredd Megazine, 2003; hardcover, Titan Books, April 2010, ISBN 1-84856-442-2
  • "Joe Two Beans", art by Eric Bradbury, 1977
  • "Gaunt", art by John Cooper, 1977
  • "HMS Nightshade", art by Mike Western, 1978–79
  • "Fight for the Falklands", art by Jim Watson, 1982–83
  • "Invasion 1984", co-written with Alan Grant (credited to R. Clark), art by Eric Bradbury, 1983

The 2000 AD group[edit]

Work done for 2000 AD, Starlord and Judge Dredd Megazine

More to be added.

  • Shako! (with co-author Pat Mills (1–4) and various artists, in 2000 AD #20–35, 1977, collected in Extreme Edition #18, 2006)
  • Strontium Dog (with art by Carlos Ezquerra, except where indicated):
    • Search/Destroy Agency Files: Volume 1 (336 pages, January 2007, ISBN 1-905437-15-3) collects:
      • "Max Quirxx" (in Starlord #1–2, 1978)
      • "Papa Por-ka" (in Starlord #3–5, 1978)
      • "No Cure For Kansyr" (in Starlord #6–7, 1978)
      • "Planet Of The Dead" (in Starlord #8–10, 1978)
      • "Two-Faced Terror!" (in Starlord #12–15, 1978)
      • "Demon Maker" #17–19 (with art by Brendan McCarthy (17) and Ian Gibson (18–19), in Starlord #17–19, 1978)
      • "The Ultimate Weapon" (in Starlord #21–22, 1978)
      • "The Galaxy Killers" (in 2000 AD #86–94, 1978)
      • "Journey Into Hell" (in 2000 AD #104–118, 1979)
      • "Death’s Head" (with co-author Alan Grant, in 2000 AD #178–181, 1980)
      • "The Schiklegruber Grab" (with co-author Alan Grant, in 2000 AD #182–188, 1980)
      • "Mutie’s Luck" (with co-author Alan Grant, in 2000 AD #189, 1980)
      • "The Doc Quince Case" (with co-author Alan Grant, in 2000 AD #190–193, 1980–1981)
      • "The Bad Boys Bust" (with co-author Alan Grant, in 2000 AD #194–197, 1981)
    • Search/Destroy Agency Files: Volume 2 (with co-author Alan Grant, 288 pages, June 2007, ISBN 1-905437-29-3) collects:
      • "Portrait Of a Mutant" (in 2000 AD #200–206, 210–221, 1981)
      • "The Gronk Affair" (in 2000 AD #224–227, 1981)
      • "The Kid Knee Caper" (in 2000 AD #228–233, 1981)
      • "The Moses Incident" (in 2000 AD #335–345, 1983)
      • "The Killing" (in 2000 AD #350–359, 1984)
      • "Outlaw!" (in 2000 AD #363–385, 1984)
    • Search/Destroy Agency Files: Volume 3 (with co-author Alan Grant, 384 pages, September 2007, ISBN 1-905437-38-2) collects:
      • "The Big Bust Of ’49" (in 2000 AD #415–424, 1985)
      • "The Slavers Of Drule" (in 2000 AD #425–436, 1985)
      • "Max Bubba" (in 2000 AD #445–465, 1985–1986)
      • "Smiley’s World" (in 2000 AD #466–467, 1986)
      • "Rage" (in 2000 AD #469–489, 1986)
      • "Incident On Mayjer Minor" (in 2000 AD #490–496, 1986)
      • "Warzone!" (in 2000 AD #497–499, 1986)
    • Search/Destroy Agency Files: Volume 4 (with co-author Alan Grant, 352 pages, January 2008, ISBN 1-905437-51-X) collects:
      • "Bitch" (in 2000 AD #505–529, 1987)
      • "The Royal Affair" (in 2000 AD #532–536, 1987)
      • "A Sorry Case" (with art by Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #540–543, 1987)
      • "The Rammy" (in 2000 AD #544–553, 1987)
    • Uncollected:
      • "The Kreeler Conspiracy" (in Prog 2000, 2000 AD #1174–1180, 1195–1199, 1999–2000)
      • "The Sad Case" (in Prog 2001, 2000)
      • "Roadhouse" (in 2000 AD #1300–1308, 2002)
      • "The Tax Dodge" (in 2000 AD #1350–1358, 2003)
      • "The Headly Foot Job" (in 2000 AD #1400–1403, 2004)
      • "Traitor To His Kind" (in 2000 AD #1406–1415, 2004)
      • "A Shaggy Dog Story" (in Prog 2006, 2000 AD #1469–1472, 2005–2006)
      • "The Glum Affair" (in Prog 2008, 2000 AD #1567–1576, 2007–2008)
      • "Blood Moon" (with co-artist Hector Ezquerra, in 2000 AD #1617-ongoing, 2009)
  • Robo-Hunter:
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 76–85 & 100–112, 1978–79)
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 152–174, 1980)
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 259–272, 275–281 & 283–288, 1982)
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 292–307, 1982–83)
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 312–334, 1983)
    • Robo-Hunter (in 2000 AD # 435–443, 1985)
  • Ace Trucking Co. (with co-author Alan Grant and art by Massimo Belardinelli, unless noted):
    • The Complete Ace Trucking Co. Volume 1 (320 pages ISBN 1-905437-77-3) collects:
      • "The Kleggs" (in 2000 AD #232–236, 1981)
      • "Hell's Pocket" (with art by Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD #239–243, 1981)
      • "Lugjack" (in 2000 AD #244–250, 1982)
      • "The Great Mush Rush" (in 2000 AD #251–258, 1982)
      • "The Ughbug Bloos" (in 2000 AD #259, 1982)
      • "Last Lug To Abbo Dabbo" (in 2000 AD #260–267, 1982)
      • "Joobaloo" (in 2000 AD #268–272, 1982)
      • "Too Many Bams" (in 2000 AD #273–278, 1982)
      • "The Kloistar Run" (in 2000 AD #279–285, 1982)
      • "Stoop Coop Soup" (in 2000 AD #288–293, 1982)
    • The Complete Ace Trucking Co. Volume 2 (336 pages ISBN 1-905437-98-6) collects:
      • "Bamfeezled" (2000AD Sci-Fi Special 1982)
      • "On The Dangle" (in 2000 AD #378–386, 1984)
      • "Strike!" (in 2000 AD #387–390 and 392–400, 1984–1985)
      • "The Croakside Trip" (in 2000 AD #428–433, 1985)
      • "Stowaway Lugjacker" (in 2000 AD Annual 1986, 1985)
      • "Whatever Happened to Ace Garp?" (in 2000 AD #451, 1986)
      • "The Doppelgarp" (in 2000 AD #452–472, 1986)
      • "The Garpetbaggers" (in 2000 AD #475–483 and 485–498, 1986)
      • "The Homecoming" (in 2000 AD Annual 1989, 1988)
  • Anderson: Psi Division (with co-author Alan Grant):
    • "The Mind of Edward Bottlebum" (with art by Ian Gibson, Judge Dredd Annual 1985, 1984)
    • Judge Anderson (May 2005, 192 pages, Rebellion, ISBN 1-904265-39-1):
      • "Four Dark Judges" (with art by Brett Ewins (1–7), Cliff Robinson (8–10, 12) and Robin Smith (11), in 2000 AD #416–427, 1985)
      • "The Possessed" (as R. Clark, with art by Brett Ewins, in 2000 AD #468–478, 1986)
      • "Hour of the Wolf" (with art by Barry Kitson and Will Simpson, in 2000 AD #520–531, 1987)
  • The Helltrekkers (with José Ortiz, in 2000 AD # 387–415, 1984–1985)
  • Tales from Mega-City One:
    • Tales from Mega-City One (in 2000 AD # 523, 525–26, 532–34 & 539, 1987)
    • Tales from Mega-City One (in 2000 AD # 605, 1988)
  • Chopper
    • "Soul on Fire" (with Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #594–597, 1988)
    • "Song of the Surfer" (with Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #654–665, 1989)
    • "The Big Meg" (with Dylan Teague, in 2000 AD #1387–1394, 2004)
  • The Dead Man (in 2000 AD # 650–662, 1989–90)
  • America (with Colin MacNeil):
    • "America" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.1 #1–7, 1990–1091)
    • "Fading of the Light" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.3 #20–25, 1996–1097)
  • Judge Death:
  • Al's Baby (with Carlos Ezquerra, reprinted in Extreme Edition #16, 2006):
    • "Al's Baby" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.1 #4–15, 1991)
    • "Blood on the Bib" (in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.2 #16–24, 1992–1993)
    • "Public Enemy No. 1" (in 2000 AD #1034–1044, 1997)
  • Mean Machine:
    • "Travels with Muh Shrink" (with Richard Dolan, in 2000 AD # 730–736, 1991)
    • "Son of Mean Machine" (with Carl Critchlow, in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.2 # 63–72 & 82, 1994–1995)
    • "Visiting Time" (with John Hicklenton, in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.2 #82, 1995)
    • "Angel Heart" (with David Millgate, in Judge Dredd Megazine #218–220, 2004)
  • Brit-Cit Babes (with Steve Sampson, in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.1 #16–20, 1992)
  • Button Man:
    • "Book I: The Killing Game" (with Arthur Ranson, in 2000 AD #780–791, 1992)
    • "Book II: Confession" (with Arthur Ranson, in 2000 AD #904–919, 1994)
    • "Book 3" (with Arthur Ranson, in 2000 AD prog 2001 & #1223–1233, 2001)
    • "Book IV: The Hitman's Daughter" (with Frazer Irving, in 2000 AD #1551-ongoing, 2007)
  • I Was a Teenage Tax Consultant (with Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD # 1050–1059, 1997)
  • Predator vs. Judge Dredd (with art by Enrique Alcatera, in Judge Dredd Megazine vol.3 #36–38, Dark Horse, 3-issue mini-series, 1997, collected in tpb, 80 pages, Titan, 1998, ISBN 1-84023-021-5, Dark Horse Comics, 1999, ISBN 1-56971-345-6)
  • The Balls Brothers (with Kev Walker):
    • "Heroes for Hire" (in 2000 AD #1128–1131, 1999)
    • "Balls to Biloxi" (in 2000 AD #1141–1147, 1999)
  • Banzai Battalion (80 pages, March 2005, ISBN 1-904265-11-1) collects:

Eagle[edit]

Scream![edit]

Roy of the Rovers[edit]

  • "Dan Harker's War", co-written with Alan Grant, 1985

Marvel Comics[edit]

DC Comics[edit]

Work at DC Comics, and their imprints include:

Dark Horse Comics[edit]

Wagner has also worked at Dark Horse Comics on a number of their licensed properties:

Others[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Strip at the Comic Book DB
  2. ^ The Chronicles of Genghis Grimtoad at the Comic Book DB
  3. ^ Shadows of the Empire at the Comic Book DB
  4. ^ Death, Lies, & Treachery at the Comic Book DB
  5. ^ Enemy of the Empire at the Comic Book DB
  6. ^ "Sacrifice" at the Comic Book DB
  7. ^ "The Jabba Tape" at the Comic Book DB

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