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Askegren, Pierce

Entry updated 10 August 2018. Tagged: Author, Comics.

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(1955-2006) US author of some Comics scripts, though he concentrated mostly on Ties, beginning with "The Broken Land" for The Ultimate Silver Surfer (anth 1995) edited by Stan Lee. Further ties for Marvel Comics, featuring Spider-Man and other figures of his era, include Spider-Man and Iron Man: Doom's Day 1: Rampage (1996) uncredited, with Danny Fingeroth, Spider-Man and Iron Man: Doom's Day 2: Sabotage (1997) with Danny Fingeroth and Spider-Man and Fantastic Four: Doom's Day 3: Wreckage (1997) with Eric Fein; other ties include Marc Miller's Traveller: Gateway to the Stars (1998), based on the role-playing game (see Game-Worlds), and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: After Image (2006), based on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003) television series. In his own right, he began the Inconstant Moon trilogy – comprising Human Resource (2005), Fall Girl (2005) and Exit Strategy (2006) – set in an underground Moon colony, where dissension is rife. The title refers not to Larry Niven's famous story but, presumably, to William Shakespeare. [JC]

see also: Traveller.

John Pierce Askegren

born Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: 9 June 1955

died Annandale, Virginia: 29 November 2006

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Spider-Man

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Inconstant Moon

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