Landry Walker

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Landry Walker
BornLandry Q. Walker
(1971-09-01) September 1, 1971 (age 50)
Notable works
Little Gloomy

Landry Q. Walker (born September 1, 1971), is an American comic book writer living in El Sobrante, California.


Landry Walker is the co-creator (with artist Eric Jones) of a number of comic book series, and was a regular contributor to Disney Adventures Magazine during the last several years of its run.[1] He is known for his all-ages comics work, such as Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade, Batman: The Brave and the Bold and The Incredibles comic series.[2] Walker is also a contributing writer for the gaming website Elder-Geek.

In 2012 Del Rey released an original Odd Thomas graphic novel written by Walker with series creator Dean Koontz. The book reached number 7 on the New York Times Best Sellers list for Graphic Novels.[3] More recently, Walker began a new comic series (again with longtime collaborator Eric Jones) for Image Comics called Danger Club[4] about a brutal world of teenage superheroes.

He is the co-creator of the internationally broadcast cartoon series called Scary Larry, which is an adaptation of his comic series titled Little Gloomy.



Comics work includes:

Short Stories[edit]

  • Star Wars: Nigh Noon on Jakku
  • Star Wars: The Face of Evil
  • Star Wars: True Love
  • Star Wars: All Creatures Great and Small
  • Star Wars: A Recipe for Death
  • Star Wars: The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku



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