Ron Goulart - Bibliography - Fiction

Fiction

Serials:

Flash Gordon

  • The Lion Men of Mongo (1974) (as Con Steffanson) (with Alex Raymond)
  • The Space Circus (1969) (as Con Steffanson) (with Alex Raymond)
  • The Plague of Sound (1974) (as Con Steffanson)
  • The Time Trap of Ming XIII (1977) (as Con Steffanson)

Barnum System

  • The Fire-Eater (1970)
  • Clockwork Pirates (1971)
  • Shaggy Planet (1972)
  • Spacehawk, Inc. (1974)
  • The Wicked Cyborg (1978)
  • Dr. Scofflaw (1979)

Fragmented America

  • After Things Fell Apart (1970)
  • Gadget Man (1971)
  • Hawkshaw (1972)
  • Crackpot (1977)
  • Brinkman (1981)

Barnum System : Jack Summer

  • Death Cell (1971)
  • Plunder (1972)
  • A Whiff of Madness (1976)
  • Galaxy Jane (1986)

Jack Conger

  • A Talent for the Invisible (1973)
  • The Panchronicon Plot (1977)
  • Hello, Lemuria, Hello (1979)

Phantom (writing as Frank S Shawn)

  • The Golden Circle (1973)
  • The Hydra Monster (1973)
  • The Mystery of the Sea Horse (1973)
  • The Veiled Lady (1973)
  • The Swamp Rats (1974)
  • The Goggle-Eyed Pirates (1974)

Avenger

  • The Man from Atlantis (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • Red Moon (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Purple Zombie (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • Dr. Time (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Nightwitch Devil (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • Black Chariots (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Cartoon Crimes (1974) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Death Machine (1975) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Blood Countess (1975) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Glass Man (1975) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • The Iron Skull (1975) (as Kenneth Robeson)
  • Demon Island (1975) (as Kenneth Robeson)

Vampirella

  • Bloodstalk (1975)
  • On Alien Wings (1975)
  • Deadwalk (1976)
  • Blood Wedding (1976)
  • Deathgame (1976)
  • Snakegod (1976)
  • Vampirella (1976)

Gypsy

  • Quest of the Gypsy (1976)
  • Eye of the Vulture (1977)

Incredible Hulk (as Joseph Silva) (with Len Wein and Marv Wolfman)

  • Stalker from the Stars (1977)

Barnum System : Star Hawks

  • Empire 99 (1980)
  • The Cyborg King (1981)
  • Star Hawks (1979)

Odd Jobs, Inc.

  • Hail Hibbler (1980)
  • Big Bang (1982)
  • Brainz, Inc. (1985)

Groucho Marx

  • Groucho Marx, Master Detective (1998)
  • Groucho Marx, Private Eye (1999)
  • Elementary, My Dear Groucho (1999)
  • Groucho Marx and the Broadway Murders (2001)
  • Groucho Marx, Secret Agent (2002)
  • Groucho Marx, King of the Jungle (2005)

Novels:

  • Clockwork Pirates (1971)
  • Ghost Breaker (1971)
  • Wildsmith (1972)
  • The Tin Angel (1973)
  • The Hellhound Project (1975)
  • When the Waker Sleeps (1975)
  • The Enormous Hourglass (1976)
  • The Emperor of the Last Days (1977)
  • Nemo (1977)
  • Challengers of the Unknown (1977)
  • The Island of Dr Moreau (1977) (writing as Joseph Silva)
  • Calling Dr. Patchwork (1978)
  • Capricorn One (1978)
  • Cowboy Heaven (1979)
  • Holocaust for Hire (1979) (writing as Joseph Silva)
  • Skyrocket Steele (1980)
  • The Robot in the Closet (1981)
  • The Tremendous Adventures of Bernie Wine (1981)
  • Upside Downside (1981)
  • The Great British Detective (1982)
  • Hellquad (1984)
  • Suicide, Inc. (1985)
  • A Graveyard of My Own (1985)
  • The Tijuana Bible (1989)
  • Even the Butler Was Poor (1990)
  • Now He Thinks He's Dead (1992)
  • Murder on the Aisle (1996)

Collections:

  • Broke Down Engine: And Other Troubles with Machines (1971)
  • The Chameleon Corps: And Other Shape Changers (1972)
  • What's Become of Screwloose?: And Other Inquiries (1972)
  • Odd Job 101: And Other Future Crimes And Intrigues (1974)
  • Nutzenbolts: And More Troubles with Machines (1975)
  • Skyrocket Steele Conquers the Universe: And Other Media Tales (1990)
  • Adam and Eve On a Raft: Mystery Stories (2001)

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Famous quotes containing the word fiction:

    We can never safely exceed the actual facts in our narratives. Of pure invention, such as some suppose, there is no instance. To write a true work of fiction even is only to take leisure and liberty to describe some things more exactly as they are.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today—but the core of science fiction, its essence ... has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.
    Isaac Asimov (1920–1992)

    A reader who quarrels with postulates, who dislikes Hamlet because he does not believe that there are ghosts or that people speak in pentameters, clearly has no business in literature. He cannot distinguish fiction from fact, and belongs in the same category as the people who send cheques to radio stations for the relief of suffering heroines in soap operas.
    Northrop Frye (b. 1912)