Scott Bieser

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Scott Bieser
Born 1957
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Artist
Notable works
A Drug War Carol
The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel
Roswell, Texas
Odysseus the Rebel
Escape From Terra
Phoebus Krumm
Quantum Vibe
Spouse(s) Eva Jeanne Bieser (d. 2012)[1]

Scott Bieser (born 1957) is an illustrator and writer of comics, and a former computer game animator.

His credits for Interplay Productions include the Amiga version of Battle Chess, Chinese Battle Chess, Battle Chess 4000 (which he also produced), Total Recall (for the NES), Booger-Man, Lord of the Rings, Star Trek: The 25th Anniversary Game, Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, Star Trek: Starfleet Command, and M.A.X. 2. He produced several dozen editorial cartoons published on the web, appearing on such sites as The Libertarian Enterprise [2], RationalReview.Com [3], and KeepAndBearArms.Com [4].

In 2002 Bieser was commissioned by libertarian activist Susan W. Wells to adapt her teleplay "A Drug War Carol" as a graphic novel, which was published first on the web [5] and in print by Big Head Press [6] in 2003. The following year he collaborated with science-fiction author L. Neil Smith to adapt Smith's 1979 novel, The Probability Broach, as a 184-page graphic novel, which Big Head Press published as The Probability Broach: The Graphic Novel in 2004.

In 2006 Big Head Press began publishing three original graphic novels on the web, and Scott Bieser was the lead artist for one of them, Roswell, Texas, and editor for the other two: The Architect by Mike Baron and Andie Tong, and The Hook by Mike Baron and Gabe Eltaeb (with Mike Stegbauer). Subsequent graphic works, generally issued in print after being serialized on the web, have included Odysseus the Rebel with Steven Grant, Escape From Terra with Sandy Sandfort and Lee Oaks, Phoebus Krumm with L. Neil Smith, and Quantum Vibe with Zeke Bieser.