Steven "Steve" Dean Moore (born September 22, 1978) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey center who played in parts of three National Hockey League (NHL) seasons with the Colorado Avalanche. Moore is perhaps best known for receiving what turned out to be a career-ending injury as a result of an on-ice attack from then-Vancouver Canucks forward Todd Bertuzzi in 2004.
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... and writing) include Hulk "Dr Scarabeus" (pencils, with Steve Moore, and inks by David Lloyd, in Hulk Comic #15-20, Marvel UK, 1979) Doctor Who "The Return of the Daleks" (pencils, with Steve Moore, and inks by ... Bryan Hitch, Marvel, 1997) Happenstance and Kismet (script, with co-author Steve Parkhouse) Happenstance and Kismet (in Revolver #1-7, 1990) Happenstance and Kismet (continued) (in Crisis #56-61, 1991) Bloodseed (s ...
... many of the writers and artists he had previously worked with at Marvel, including Steve Moore, John Bolton, Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd, adding ... First Parkhouse who had earlier worked for Marvel, then Steve Moore, who had worked on the pre-Marvel UK US-reprint line Power Comics ... Neither felt comfortable with the idea of writing superheroes, and Moore suggested a friend Alan Moore (no relation) who had said in a fanzine that he had an ambition to revive the character ...
... Keen Mustard (in Buster, 1978–1980) Black Knight (with Steve Parkhouse and Paul Neary, in Hulk Weekly, Marvel UK, 1979–1980) Doctor Who "Star Death" (with Alan Moore, in Doctor Who Monthly #47 ... by Marc Laming, DC Comics, 2001–2002) Tales of Telguuth (inks, with Steve Moore and pencils by Jon Haward) "The Wheels Of Fortune" (in 2000 AD #1285-1286, 2002) "Holding The Fort" (in 2000 AD #1369, 2003) Great ...
... The Third Rail" (Steve Moore) "Go to Hell, Mr Bush" (Hans Teuber) "Syncopate the Taint" (Steve Moore) "Fry His Ass" (Joe Doria) "Don't Wanna" (Hans ...
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