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