marlanharris.com The Professional Web Site of Marlan Harris
Marlan Harris studied English-Creative Writing at Cal State, San Bernardino. In 2001, he was a winner in the Marvel Comics talent search, with the prize being the publication of his story (see "My Favorite Hero," below). In addition to comics work, he is also working on a novel as well as a screenplay. "Panic Attack!", published in Even More Fund Comics, with art by Ed Reynolds, Keith Holven, Paul Davies, Andrew Meisner, Tone Rodriguez, and Rick Cortes. (John Gallagher, Sky Dog Press) Dreadnoks story for G.I.Joe: Front Line , co-written with Brian Griesbach. (Devil's Due) "Leave Hulk Alone," Hulk story. (Editor: Axel Alonso, Marvel Comics) "Drinking with Wolverine on a Tuesday Night," Wolverine story. (Editor: Mike Marts, Marvel Comics) "Orphans," Captain Marvel story, co-written with Brian Griesbach. (Editor: Tom Brevoort, Marvel Comics) "Tomorrow Night," Violent Messiahs story. (Editor: Jan Utstein-O'Neill, Hurricane/Image) "Before My Eyes," Hawkeye story. (Editors: Tom Brevoort & Marc Sumerak, Marvel Comics) 52 consecutive issues of self-produced zine, Waydown , appearing over 8 years in the Gothik APA and the Pulp Legacy APA . Columnist/reviewer for the Comic Book E-Magazine , 1997-2001, which won an Eagle Award for the time that his writing appeared there. Editor and co-creator of the unpublished anthology series by Eye Candy Comics.