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Zakour, John

Entry updated 29 October 2021. Tagged: Author.

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(1957-    ) US Comics writer and author of a spoof Near Future noir crime series, the Xachary Nixon Johnson sequence beginning with The Plutonium Blonde (1997 ebook; exp 2001) with Lawrence Ganem; from The Frost-Haired Vixen (2006) on, Zakour was the sole author. Cases engaged in by the protagonist and his AI partner include homicidal Androids and other ultimately unthreatening threats to the world, often female, like the Amazon Klana in The Sapphire Sirens (2009), who seems to come from Atlantis, where women rule (see Women in SF). [JC]

John Zakour

born New York: 1957

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Dangerous Dames

  • The Plutonium Blonde (no place given: peanutpress.com, 1997) with Lawrence Ganem [ebook: Dangerous Dames: na/]
    • The Plutonium Blonde (New York: DAW Books, 2001) with Lawrence Ganem [exp of the above: Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Doomsday Brunette (New York: DAW Books, 2004) with Lawrence Ganem [Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
    • Dangerous Dames (New York: DAW Books, 2008) with Lawrence Ganem [omni of the above two: Dangerous Dames: hb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Radioactive Redhead (New York: DAW Books, 2005) with Lawrence Ganem [exp of the above: Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Frost-Haired Vixen (New York: DAW Books, 2006) [Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
    • Ballistic Babes (New York: DAW Books, 2009) with Lawrence Ganem and solo [omni of the above two: Dangerous Dames: hb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Blue-Haired Bombshell (New York: DAW Books, 2007) [Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Flaxen Femme Fatal (New York: DAW Books, 2008) [Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]
  • The Sapphire Sirens (New York: DAW Books, 2009) [Dangerous Dames: pb/Michael Koelsch]

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