Grant Morrison, MBE (born 31 January 1960) is a Scottish comic book writer, playwright and occultist. He is known for his nonlinear narratives and countercultural leanings in his runs on titles including DC Comics' Animal Man, Doom Patrol, JLA, The Invisibles, Action Comics, All-Star Superman, and Batman, and Marvel Comics' New X-Men and Fantastic Four.
Other articles related to "grant morrison, morrison":
... Morrison lives and works between Los Angeles and his homes in Scotland. ...
... Captain Granbretan (illustrations for text story with Grant Morrison, in Captain Britain volume 2 #13, Marvel UK, 1986) Tharg's Future Shocks "Oh What a Lovely War" (with Oleh Stepaniuk, in 2000 AD. 1-5, 6-14, 17-19, 22 and 1 (inks, with Grant Morrison and various artists, Vertigo, 1997–2000) Star Kid (with Manny Coto, one-shot film prequel, Dark Horse Comics, 1998 ...
... (March 1994), the title was handed over to Grant Morrison for a four-issue arc, co-written by the then unknown Mark Millar ... Collins had destroyed the status quo of the series, Morrison sought to shake the book up with a four-part storyline which had Swamp Thing plunged into a nightmarish dream world scenario where he was split into two ...
... The Invisibles v3 #2 "The Moment of the Blitz" (with Grant Morrison, among other artists, Vertigo, 2000) Catwoman #12-16, 20-22 (with Ed Brubaker, DC Comics ... tpb, 2004) Exorcism #1-2 (script and art, with Mike Mignola, 2012) Seaguy (with Grant Morrison, Vertigo) Seaguy #1-3 (2004) Seaguy The Slaves of Mickey Eye #1-3 (2009) Seaguy Eternal #1-3 (tbr) Human Target ...
... "E is for Extinction" was the first story arc from Grant Morrison's run on the Marvel Comics title New X-Men ... was renamed New X-Men at the request of Grant Morrison, but retained its original numbering) ... The storyline began Grant Morrison's revamp of the X-Men franchise, introducing a new status quo for the X-Men and the mutant community of the Marvel Universe as a whole ...
Famous quotes containing the words morrison and/or grant:
“In this country American means white. Everybody else has to hyphenate.”
—Toni Morrison (b. 1931)
“We grant no dukedoms to the few,
We hold like rights and shall;
Equal on Sunday in the pew,
On Monday in the mall.
For what avail the plough or sail,
Or land or life, if freedom fail?”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)