Aug 18, 2016

Hey, Look: The New DC Comics Encyclopedia

It's listed on Amazon now, so I guess I can say that Matthew Manning and I wrote a new edition of the DC Comics Encyclopedia (though the book's page on the DK website cleverly omits our names).

It comes out on October 25!

Jul 12, 2016

New Book Announcement: The Far Side of the Moon, an Apollo 11 Story

Very pleased to announce THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON, a graphic novel for middle-grade readers about Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, coming from Tilbury House in March 2017. Words by me, art by Ben Bishop. Catalog page below.

Mar 7, 2016

In Certain Ways the Best Review I've Ever Gotten

"It may have been created specifically to accompany the game, but it's probably the most effective survival book about urban disaster that I've read. And I'm a survival nerd, so I've read a lot of them." -- Outside Magazine on New York Collapse -- which is out tomorrow!

Read the rest here

Dec 15, 2015

"Number Nine Moon" in F&SF, January/February 2016

Hey, here's the cover of the January/February 2016 Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, which among other goodies contains my short story "Number Nine Moon."

It's my first F&SF story in a year or so, and I think my fifteenth overall? I guess I should count. Also I should do more short stories. In a lot of ways they're my favorite things to write.

Dec 4, 2015

What You'll See from Me in 2016, So Far

A forecast of novels, comics, and stories I have coming out in the first half of 2016...

January: Short stories were my first love and I wish I could write more of them. Maybe this year I will.

"Number Nine Moon," in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

February: Two Marvel junior novelizations and the debut of a new comic series building up to the release of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

Marvel Phase Two: Avengers: Age of Ultron
Marvel Phase Two: Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Deus Ex: Children's Crusade #1

March: New York Collapse! This book is really something different than the other tie-ins I've worked on. Multilayered and thoroughly woven into the game. Plus, more Deus Ex!

Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse
Deus Ex: Children's Crusade #2

April: Ant-Man for the kids, plus more Children's Crusade!

Marvel Phase Two: Ant-Man
Deus Ex: Children's Crusade #3

May: Children's Crusade continues...

Deus Ex: Children's Crusade #4

June: The wrap-up of Children's Crusade, and a novelization of the Independence Day sequel, which (judging from the script) is even bigger and more spectacular than the original movie.

Independence Day: Resurgence
Deus Ex: Children's Crusade #5

Dec 1, 2015

Deux Ex: Children's Crusade

Hey, look! Here are a couple of covers for the first issue of a comic I'm writing, Deus Ex: Children's Crusade. The covers have different artists, as you can see, and John Aggs is doing the interior art (which looks great). What's it about, you ask? A bit of teaser copy:

With society still reeling from the Aug Incident – the Illuminati orchestrated event which caused augmented individuals to mindlessly attack their ‘natural’ counterparts – anti-aug sentiment is at an all-time global high. Task Force 29 – an Interpol-funded coalition, created to quash the rising tide of terrorist activity – stands as the world’s main defence against total anarchy.
In the city of Prague, where tension is especially high, the team’s latest recruit, Adam Jensen, readies for his first mission with the unit. But being augmented himself, how will the former SWAT officer handle himself when faced with the grim reality of the mechanical apartheid?

Aug 27, 2015

Ubisoft's Official Announcement of New York Collapse

Here's the official announcement of New York Collapse, a book I wrote related to Ubisoft's upcoming game The Division. It's not your run-of-the-mill licensed novel, as you'll see from the announcement. The book and the game are coming your way March 8!

Jun 17, 2015

New York Collapse

Today at E3 Ubisoft was showing around this excerpt from my next book: New York Collapse. It's a companion/backstory to their upcoming game The Division, taking the form of a survival guide filled with marginalia and diary entries from a survivor experiencing the pandemic that devastates New York. And as she reads, she starts to discover that maybe the book is more than what it appears to be at first glance...

Here are the front and back covers. I'm stoked to be part of this game world.