This is meant to be a one-stop shop for discussing the works of Grant Morrison. There’s just a few things I wanted to try on a new thread, as well as bring everything under the one roof. This isn’t a complete list, but I’m hoping to add other stuff as we get to them. (Click on the hyper-links to go to discussions of the different books.) Let’s see how many of these stories we can get through…

 

1985-88 Secret Origins

Captain Granbretan - text story Captain Britain #13 (January 1986, Marvel UK),

• "The Stalking" (text story with illustrations by Garry Leach, UK 1986 Batman Annual)

• "Osgood Peabody's Big Green Dream Machine" (text story with illustrations by Barry Kitson and Jeff Anderson, UK Superman Annual, 1986)

Zoids Marvel UK - March 1986 - February 1987 Part 1 Part 2

• Dr Who Magazine Marvel UK - Changes (issue #118-9), The World Shapers (#127-9), Shock! (#139)

 

1988-90 Animal Patrol

St Swithin's Day  (with Paul Grist) Trident 1989

JLA: Ghosts of Stone Secret Origins #46

Arkham Asylum 1989 (See attachment below)

Animal Man (DC, #1-26, 1988-1990): Vol 1, Vol 2, Vol 3.

Doom Patrol (DC, #19-63, 1989-1993): Vol 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

• "Flash of Two Worlds" (Secret Origins #50, 1990)

Gothic (with Klaus Janson, in Legends of the Dark Knight #6-10) 1990 (Also, see attachment)

• Hellblazer: "Early Warning" #25-26, Vertigo, 1990.

 

1991-94 Odds and Sods

Kid Eternity, with Duncan Fegredo, DC, 3-issue mini-series, 1991

Sebastian O with Steve Yeowell, Vertigo, 3-issue mini-series, 1993

• The Mystery Play with Jon J. Muth, Vertigo, graphic novel, 1994

• Swamp Thing: "Bad Gumbo" (with co-writer Mark Millar and artist Philip Hester,) Vertigo, #140-143, 1994

 

1994-2000 JLInvisible

The Invisibles (Vertigo, 1994-2000): Vol I, Vol II, Vol III.

• Skrull Kill Krew (with co-writer Mark Millar) Marvel, 5 issues, 1995

Kill Your Boyfriend (with Philip Bond and D'Israeli, Vertigo) 1995

• Flex Mentallo (with Frank Quitely) Vertigo 1996

New Toys from Weird War Tales #3 (with Frank Quitely, Vertigo), 1997

 

Aztek, the Ultimate Man #1-10 (with co-writer Mark Millar) 1996

• The Flash: (with co-writer Mark Millar), Emergency Stop / The Human Race 1997

JLA 1997-2000

JLA/WildC.A.T.s one-shot crossover, 1997

DC One Million, 1998 Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Interlude, Week 4, Week 5, Epilogue I, Epilogue II

JLA: Earth 2, 1999

 

2000 - 2004 Marvellous Filth

• Marvel Boy, 6 issues Marvel 2000

• Fantastic Four: 1234 (Marvel Knights) 2001-2

New X-men, #114-156, Marvel, July 2001 - June 2004  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

The Filth, Vertigo, 13-issues, 2002

 

2004 – 2013

• WE3 (with Frank Quitely, Vertigo, 3-issue mini-series, 2004

• Seaguy, Vertigo Book 1 2004, Book 2 2009

• Vimanarama (with Philip Bond) Vertigo 3-issue mini-series 2005

Joe the Barbarian, DC 8-issue series. 2009

 

• DC Comics Presents: Mystery in Space (tribute to Julie Scwartz) 2004

All Star Superman, 12 issues, 2005 - 2008

 

The Infinite Book

JLA: Ultramarine Corps JLA Classified #1-3 (with Ed McGuiness) DC 2004 (+ dedicated thread here)

Seven Soldiers 2005 -6 (+ dedicated thread here)

• 52 (with co-authors Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, and Mark Waid), DC, #1-52, 2006-2007

Batman & Son (includes issues from #655-666), 2006-07

The Club of Heroes Batman #667-669, 2007

The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul with var writers, inc Batman #670-671, Oct-Nov 2007

• The Black Glove Batman #672-675, 2007-08

Batman R.I.P., Batman #676-681, 2008

• Batman RIP - The Missing Chapter 2010 Part 1 Batman #701 (also here)

Final Crisis, May 2008-January 2009

Batman and Robin, June 2009 onwards

• Batman 700 2010

Return of Bruce Wayne 2010

 

2012 - End of the world!

 

2013 Beyond Batman

 

Happy (with Darrick Robertson), Image, 4-issue mini-series, 2012-13

 

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I actually have the first 4 issues of the six in the original Prestige format series.  I haven't read them yet, but I was thinking now would be a be a good time to.  I'll be able to get the last two stories shortly as well.

 

Possibly the TV junkies on this board would be interested in discussing them?  I was a bit surprised no-one's mentioned them yet.  The thing is that I only know the TV show by reputation, having never seen an episode, so I'd just be able to read them as comics, rather than commentary on the show or anything.

Just to let everyone know, including the resident Whovians, that next week sees the publication of Doctor Who Classics Series 5 #4 (of 6)

 

Just about all the old strips from Dr Who Monthly/Weekly are worth a look, with the best art and writing talent of 2000AD on them.  There are several collections out so far, which collect them in different formats.

 

Anyway, you'll never guess who writes one of the two stories in issue 4.  The eponymous Grant.

 

So, it might be worth buying and discussing on the board here.  Anyone who'd be up for leading a discussion on all 3 of Morrison's Dr Who stories may just qualify for a token of gratitude.

Always a sense of satisfaction in adding another hyperlink to the list above.  52 is now up there.

...In SUPERGODS he mentions a strip that he did for a local weekly in bonnie Scotland , a super-hero strip set in the area , wriiten AND drawn that lasted for 150 strips !!!!!!!!!!!


...These strips were colorized , Figs , in that series...if you want to seat yourself upon a " bloody Yanks !!!!!!!!!!! " high dudgeon steed of righteousness regarding such " Ameri-Disney-$tyle." tampering !!!!!!!!!!!
Figserello said:

Just to let everyone know, including the resident Whovians, that next week sees the publication of Doctor Who Classics Series 5 #4 (of 6)

 

Just about all the old strips from Dr Who Monthly/Weekly are worth a look, with the best art and writing talent of 2000AD on them.  There are several collections out so far, which collect them in different formats.

 

Anyway, you'll never guess who writes one of the two stories in issue 4.  The eponymous Grant.

 

So, it might be worth buying and discussing on the board here.  Anyone who'd be up for leading a discussion on all 3 of Morrison's Dr Who stories may just qualify for a token of gratitude.

I am filled with shame. I completely forgot about this reading project when I read three Grant Morrison miniseries recently. Here's my blog discussion of them: Grant Morrison Trilogy (Seaguy; WE3; Vimanarama). I'd be happy to discuss them, either here or on my blog.

I love all three of the artists Morrison teamed up with on these series. Of the three, Frank Quitely turned in some of his best work ever. Philip Bond is highly underrated.

I think story-wise, I enjoyed Vimanarama the most. Just so unlike anything else I'd ever read. Had so much fun with the Indian family dynamics.

Cheers,  Mark!  I'll dig em out and respond to your reviews. Dont have a lot of time these days, but I'll try to get around to it soon.  Haven't read Vinamarama yet at all, so looking forward to that.

Comixology is having a sale on Grant Morrison's DC output.

The sale's on 'till the 26th.

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