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Stuart Moore
Notable works

Stuart Moore is an American writer and editor of comic books and novels.


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Stuart Moore's writing includes Civil War, the first in a line of prose novels from Marvel Comics, and two stories for Amazon's Kindle Worlds program: X-O Manowar: Noughts and Crosses and Shadowman: Sunshine and Shadow. Other prose novels include American Meat, Reality Bites, and John Carter: The Movie Novelization. His comics and graphic novel work includes the original science-fiction series Earthlight, Shadrach Stone, and PARA; Web of Spider-Man, Namor: The First Mutant, and Wolverine Noir (Marvel); Firestorm and Detective Comics (DC Comics); the multicultural superhero team The 99; the comics adaptation of the bestselling novel Redwall; assorted Star Trek, Transformers, and Stargate projects; and two volumes of the award-winning The Nightmare Factory.

Stuart is also a freelance editor and partner in Botfriend, a graphic novel packaging company. He has worked as a book editor at St. Martin’s Press, publishing a wide variety of science fiction and pop culture books. More recently he has served as editor of the Virgin Comics / SciFi Channel comics line and of the bestselling Marvel Knights imprint. At DC Comics, Stuart was a founding editor of the acclaimed Vertigo imprint, where he won the Will Eisner award for Best Editor 1996 and the Don Thompson Award for Favorite Editor 1999.





Preceded byDaniel Way Wolverine writer 2006 Succeeded byMarc Guggenheim