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GARTH ENNIS
Garth Ennis (born 16 January 1970 in Holywood, Northern Ireland) is a Northern Irish comics writer, best known for the DC/Vertigo series Preacher, co-created with artist Steve Dillon, and his successful revival of Marvel Comics' Punisher franchise.

His work is characterised by extreme violence, black humour, profanity, an interest in male friendship, an antagonistic relationship with organized religion, and irreverence towards superheroes. Frequent artistic collaborators include Steve Dillon, Glenn Fabry, Carlos Ezquerra and John McCrea.

Biography

Ennis began his comic-writing career in 1989 with the series Troubled Souls. Appearing in the short-lived but critically-acclaimed British anthology Crisis and illustrated by McCrea, it told the story of a young, apolitical Protestant man caught up by fate in the violence of the Irish 'Troubles'. It spawned a sequel, For a Few Troubles More, a broad Belfast-based comedy featuring two supporting characters from Troubled Souls, Dougie and Ivor, who would later get their own American comics series, Dicks, from Caliber in 1997, and several follow-ups from Avatar.

Another series for Crisis was True Faith, a religious satire inspired by his schooldays, this time drawn by Warren Pleece. Like the two Troubles stories it was collected as a graphic novel in 1990, but religious protests led to it being quickly withdrawn from sale, apparently on the orders of publisher Robert Maxwell. It was later republished in 1997 by Vertigo.

Ennis shortly after began to write for Crisis' parent publication, 2000 AD. He quickly graduated on to the title's flagship character, Judge Dredd, taking over from original creator John Wagner for a period of several years. Ennis's most notable Dredd stories include Muzak Killer (a pastiche of mainstream pop music), Emerald Isle (a tongue-in-cheek story set in Ennis's native Ireland), and the twenty-part epic Judgment Day. Ennis also contributed the surreal Time Flies (with artist Philip Bond), dealing with time travel paradoxes and Nazis.

His first work on an American comic came in 1991 when he took over DC Comics's horror title Hellblazer, which he wrote until 1994, and for which he currently holds the title for most issues written. Steve Dillon became the regular artist during the second half of Ennis's run. The creative partnership established went on to create Preacher. From 1993 to 1995 Ennis and John McCrea worked on another DC title, The Demon, during which they introduced super-powered contract killer Tommy Monaghan, also known as Hitman, whose own series would allow their creative partnership to continue when The Demon ended. Towards the end of the initial Hellblazer run, Ennis and Dillon collaborated on a one-shot called Heartland, exploring one of the secondary characters of their run. Several years after leaving, Ennis briefly returned for the five-part Son of Man story with artist John Higgins.
Ennis' landmark work to date is the 66-issue epic Preacher, which he co-created with artist Steve Dillon. Running from 1995 to 2000, it was a tale of a preacher with supernatural powers, searching (literally) for God who has abandoned his creation. Mixing influences from western movies and religious themes, it drew plaudits for Ennis from all sections of the media; the Guardian newspaper voted one of the Preacher collections its book of the week, and film director Kevin Smith described it as "More fun than going to the movies."

While Preacher was running, Ennis began a series set in the DC universe called Hitman. Despite being lower profile than Preacher, Hitman ran for 60 issues (plus specials) from 1996 to 2001, veering wildly from violent action to humour to an examination of male friendship under fire.
Other comic projects Ennis wrote during this time period include Goddess, Bloody Mary, Unknown Soldier, and Pride & Joy, all for DC/Vertigo, as well as origin stories for The Darkness for Image Comics and Shadowman for Valiant Comics.
After the end of Hitman, Ennis was lured to Marvel Comics with the promise from Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada that he could write The Punisher as long as he cared to. The initial 12-issue maxi-series was illustrated by Steve Dillon, who also did a 37-issue series (even illustrating it and co-writing an issue while Ennis briefly stepped down as writer) which only ended when Ennis decided to change direction. Instead of largely comical tone of these issues, he decided to make a much more serious series, re-launched under Marvel's MAX imprint. This run has inspired several limited series (such as Born and Barracuda) and one-shots (The End, The Cell, and The Tyger). The creators of the new Punisher movie, Punisher: War Zone, have attributed Ennis's Punisher MAX run as one of the major influences for that film. While at Marvel, Ennis also wrote stories for Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, The Hulk, and Thor.

In 2001 he briefly returned to UK comics to write the epic Helter Skelter for Judge Dredd - this series cannot be considered a success, with Ennis himself saying that there is "not a hope" to return to writing Dredd as he was generally not happy with his run. "I'm too close to Dredd, I like him too much. I can't tamper with the formula; nor can I take the piss the way I do with superheroes," he said.

Other comics Ennis has written include War Story (with various artists) for DC; The Pro for Image Comics; The Authority for Wildstorm; Just a Pilgrim for Black Bull Press, and 303, Chronicles of Wormwood (a six issue mini-series about the Antichrist), and a western comic book, Streets of Glory for Avatar Press.
His work has won him a good deal of recognition in the comics industry, including nominations for the Comics Buyer's Guide Award for Favorite Writer in 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000.

Unexpectedly, in 2006, it was announced that Ennis would write a new creator-owned extended series entitled The Boys, originally published by Wildstorm. After just six issues, The Boys was cancelled by Wildstorm, despite high sales and with no reason given. The series was picked up by Dynamite Entertainment, and is now ongoing. The Boys sees Ennis reunited with artist Darick Robertson, the two had previously worked together on the Marvel series Fury: Peacemaker and Punisher: Born. The Boys is expected to run for sixty issues.

Ennis wrote the first arc of WildStorm's Midnighter (a spin-off of The Authority) and one stand alone issue before leaving the title. Ennis has also worked with John Woo on a 5-issue comic book mini-series called Seven Brothers for Virgin Comics.

In 2008 Ennis ended his five-year run on Punisher MAX to debut a new Marvel title, War Is Hell: The First Flight of the Phantom Eagle. The limited series, with artist Howard Chaykin, features the little-used character Phantom Eagle, a WWI pilot who originally appeared in Marvel Comics during the 1960s. In 2008, Ennis also wrote a new Dan Dare miniseries published by Virgin Comics.

In June, 2008, at Wizard World, Philadelphia, Ennis announced several new projects, including a metaseries of war comics called Battlefields from Dynamite made up of mini-series including Night Witches, Dear Billy and Tankies, another Chronicles of Wormwood mini-series and Crossed both at Avatar, a six-issue miniseries about Butcher (from The Boys) and a Punisher project reuniting him with artist Steve Dillon (subsequently specified to be a weekly mini-series entitled Punisher: War Zone, to be released concurrently with the film of the same name). He has also worked with Jimmy Palmiotti on Back to Brooklyn, a crime-based limited series for Image Comics.

Bibliography

Preacher by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon; cover by Glenn Fabry
Comics work includes:
* 303 (with Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, 6-issue mini-series, 2004, tpb, 144 pages, March 2007, ISBN 1592910378)
* A1 #6A: "And They Never Get Drunk But Stay Sober" (short story, with Steve Dillon, 1992)
* Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (with Carlos Ezquerra, tpb collects both mini-series, 2004: ISBN 1-4012-0353-1):
* "Adventures in the Rifle Brigade" (Vertigo, 3-issue mini-series, 2000)
* "Operation Bollock" (Vertigo, 3-issue mini-series, 2001)
* The Authority:
* The Authority: Kev (with Glenn Fabry, Wildstorm, tpb, 2005 ISBN 1-4012-0614-X):
* "Kev" (one-shot, 2002)
* "More Kev" (4-issue mini-series, 2004)
* The Magnificent Kevin (with Carlos Ezquerra, DC/Wildstorm, 5-issue mini-series, 2005, tpb, 2006 ISBN 1-4012-0990-4)
* A Man Called Kev (with Carlos Ezquerra, 5-issue mini-series, 2006, tpb, June 2007, ISBN 1-4012-1324-3)
* The Midnighter: Killing Machine (with Chris Sprouse, 2006, 6 issues, Wildstorm, tpb, 144 pages, November 28, 2007, ISBN 1-4012-1477-0)
* Back to Brooklyn (co-plotted with Jimmy Palmiotti, with art by Mihailio Vukelic, 5-issue limited series, Image Comics, 2008, forthcoming Sept. 2008)
* Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #7: "In Springfield, No-One Can Hear You Scream" (with John McCrea, 2001)
* Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #91-93 (with Will Simpson, DC, 1997)
* Battlefields (hardcover, 268 pages, December 2009, Dynamite Entertainment, ISBN 160690079X) collects:
* Night Witches (with Russell Braun, 3-issue mini-series, October-December 2008, tpb, 96 pages, March 2009, ISBN 1606900285)
* Dear Billy (with Peter Snejbjerg, 3-issue mini-series, January-March, 2009, tpb, 88 pages, November 2009, ISBN 1606900757)
* Tankies (3-issue mini-series, forthcoming, tpb, 88 pages, September 2009, ISBN 1606900579)
* Battler Britton (with Colin Wilson, 5-issue mini-series, Wildstorm, 2006, tpb, 120 pages, Wildstorm, May 2007, ISBN 1-4012-1378-2, Titan Books, June 2007, ISBN 1845765605)
* Bloody Mary (with Carlos Ezquerra, Vertigo, tpb, 2005 ISBN 1-4012-0725-1):
* "Bloody Mary" (DC/Helix, 4-issue mini-series, 1996)
* "Bloody Mary: Lady Liberty" (DC/Helix, 4-issue mini-series, 1998)
* The Boys (with Darick Robertson, Wildstorm, 2006; later Dynamite Entertainment, 2007, ongoing) collected as:
* The Name of the Game (tpb collects #1-6, June 2007, ISBN 9133305463)
* Get Some (tpb collects #7-14, February 2008, ISBN 1933305681)
* Good For the Soul (tpb collects #15-22)
* Chopper:
* "Earth, Wind and Fire" (with John McCrea, in Judge Dredd Megazine #1.01-1.06, 1990) (also collected as 2-issue mini-series)
* "Dead Man's Curve" (with Martin Emond, in Judge Dredd Megazine #2.36, 1993)
* Chronicles of Wormwood:
* Chronicles of Wormwood (with Jacen Burrows, 6-issue mini-series, Avatar, 2006-2007, tpb, 144 pages, October 2007, paperback, ISBN 1592910416, limited edition hardcover ISBN 1592910424)
* The Last Enemy (with Rob Steen, one-shot, Avatar, 48 pages, October 2007, ISBN 1592910432)
* Crisis:
* #36 "Suburban Hell: The Unusual Obsession of Mrs. Orton" (art by Phillip Swarbrick) (1990)
* #43 "The Ballad of Andrew Brown" (art by Phil Winslade, 1990)
* #61 "Light Me" (art by Phil Winslade, 1991)
* #62 "Charlie Lives With ... Fang and Snuffles" (art by Ian Oldham, 1991)
* Crossed #0-6 (with Jacen Burrows, Avatar Press, ongoing)
* Dan Dare (with Gary Erskine, 7-issue mini-series, Virgin Comics, November 2007 - May 2008, ongoing, tpb, hardcover, 208 pages, September 2008, ISBN 0981480837)
* The Darkness:
* Coming of Age (with Marc Silvestri, Image, 1996, tpb collects issues #1-6 + Preview Edition, 1998 ISBN 1-58240-032-6)
* Painkiller Jane vs. The Darkness: Stripper #1 (with Amanda Conner, 1997)
* Heart of Darkness (with co-writer: Malachy Coney, art by Marc Silvestri & Joe Benitez, Image, 1998, tpb collects issues #11-14, 2001 ISBN 1-58240-205-1)
* The Demon (John McCrea, DC, issues #40, 42-58, 0, and Annual #2, 1993-1995)
* Dicks:
* For A Few Troubles More (tpb collects story from Crisis #40-43, 45-46)
* Dicks (art by John McCrea, 4 issues, tpb, Caliber, ISBN 1-59291-004-1, 1997)
* Bigger Dicks (art by John McCrea, 4 issues reprinting and expanding previous mini, 2002, tpb from Avatar Press, 2002)
* Dicks 2 (art by John McCrea, 4 issues, Avatar Press, 2002)
* Dicks X-Mas Special (art by John McCrea, one-shot, 2003)
* Dicks Winter Special (art by John McCrea, one-shot, 2005)
* Enemy Ace: War in Heaven (with co-writer Robert Kanigher); Art: Chris Weston, Russ Heath, Christian Alamy and Joe Kubert, DC, 2-issue mini-series, 2001, tpb, 2003 ISBN 1-56389-982-5)
* Flinch #3: "Satanic" (with Kieron Dwyer, 1999)
* Fury (with Darick Robertson):
* Fury (Marvel MAX, 6-issue mini-series, 2001, tpb, 144 pages, 2002, ISBN 0-7851-0878-5)
* Peacemaker (Marvel Knights, 6-issue mini-series, tpb, 144 pages, November 2006, ISBN 0-7851-1769-5)
* Ghost Rider (with Clayton Crain):
* Road to Damnation (Marvel, 6-issue mini-series, 2005, tpb, July 2006 ISBN 0-7851-1592-7)
* Trail of Tears (Marvel, 6-issue mini-series, 2007, tpb, September 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2003-3)
* Goddess (with Phil Winslade, Vertigo, 8-issue limited series, 1995, tpb, 2002 ISBN 1-56389-735-0)
* Hellblazer (with Steve Dillon, #41-50, #52-83, #129-133, Special #1 DC/Vertigo, + Heartland one-shot spin-off, 1992-1994, 1998)
* Dangerous Habits (tpb collects #41-46, 1994, ISBN 1-56389-150-6)
* Blood Lines (tpb collects #47-50, 52-55, 59-61, 296 pages, December 2007, ISBN 1-4012-1514-9)
* Hellblazer: Rare Cuts (includes issue #56: "This is the Diary of Danny Drake", with David Lloyd)
* "Mortal Clay" (pt1) / "Body and Soul" (pt2) (issue #57-58: with Steve Dillon, uncollected)
* Fear and Loathing (tpb collects #62-67, 1997, ISBN 1-56389-202-2)
* Tainted Love (tpb collects #68-71 + Special 1 + Vertigo Jam #1, 1998 ISBN 1-56389-456-4)
* Damnations Flame (tpb collects #72-77, 1999, ISBN 1-56389-508-0)
* Rake at the Gates of Hell (tpb collects #78-83 + Heartland, 2003, ISBN 1-4012-0002-8)
* Son of Man (with John Higgins, tpb collects #129-133, 2004, ISBN 1-4012-0202-0)
* Vertigo: Winter's Edge #2 (short story) "All Those Little Girls And Boys"
* Hitman (with John McCrea, 60 issues, DC, specials: Annual #1, issue #1,000,000, 1996-2001)
* Hitman (tpb collects #1-3 + The Demon Annual #2 + Batman Chronicles #4, 1997 ISBN 1-56389-314-2)
* 10,000 Bullets (tpb collects #4-8, 1998 ISBN 1-56389-404-1)
* Local Heroes (tpb collects #9-14 + Annual #1, 1999 ISBN 1-56389-509-9)
* Ace of Killers (tpb collects #15-22, 2000 ISBN 1-56389-614-1)
* Who Dares Wins (tpb collects #23-28, 2001 ISBN 1-56389-718-0)
* uncollected: 29-33, 1,000,000, 34-60
* Hitman/Lobo: That Stupid Bastich! (one-shot, 1999)
* JLA/Hitman (2-issue mini-series, DC, 2007, upcoming)
* Hulk Smash! (with John McCrea, Marvel, 2 issues, 2001, collected in tpb Incredible Hulk Vol. 7: Dead Like Me, August 2004, ISBN 0785113991)
* Judge Dredd:
* Trade paperback collections:
* Death Aid (with Carlos Ezquerra, 2001) collects:
* "Death Aid" (in 2000 AD #711-715 & #719-720, 1990-1991)
* "Return of the King" (in 2000 AD #733-735, 1991)
* "Christmas With Attitude" (in 2000 AD #815, 1992)
* Emerald Isle (2001) collects:
* "Emerald Isle" (with Steve Dillon & Wendy Simpson, in 2000 AD #727-732, 1991)
* "Almighty Dredd" (with Ian Gibson, in 2000 AD #780-782, 1992)
* "The Magic Mellow Out" (with Anthony Williams, in 2000 AD #808-809, 1992)
* Muzak Killer (2002) collects:
* "Muzak Killer" (with Dermot Power, in 2000 AD #746-748, 1991)
* "Teddy Choppermitz" (with Dermot Power, in 2000 AD #760, 1991)
* "Raider" (with John Burns, in 2000 AD #810-814, 1992)
* "Muzak Killer: Live!" (with Dermot Power, in 2000 AD #837-839, 1993)
* Justice One (2002) collects:
* "Talkback" (with Glenn Fabry, in 2000 AD #740, 1991)
* "Twilight's Last Gleaming" (with John Burns, in 2000 AD #754-756, 1991)
* "Justice One" (with Peter Doherty, in 2000 AD #766-771, 1992)
* "Ex-Men" (with John Higgins, in 2000 AD #818, 1993)
* "A Man Called Greener" (with Anthony Williams, in 2000 AD #828, 1993)
* Judgement Day (with co-writer: John Wagner; art by Peter Doherty & Carlos Ezquerra tpb, 1999, collects Judgement Day in 2000 AD #786-799 and Judge Dredd Megazine #2.4-9, 1992)
* Innocents Abroad (2002) or Babes in Arms (1995) both (with Greg Staples) collect:
* "Rough Guide to Suicide" (in 2000 AD #761, 1991)
* "Babes in Arms" (in 2000 AD #776-779, 1992)
* "Innocents Abroad" (in 2000 AD #804-807, 1992)
* "Blind Mate" (in 2000 AD #825, 1993)
* Goodnight Kiss (2001) collects:
* "The Marshall" (with Sean Phillips, in 2000 AD #800-803, 1992)
* "Enter: Jonni Kiss" (with Greg Staples, in 2000 AD #830, 1993)
* "Goodnight Kiss" (with Nick Percival, in 2000 AD #940-948, 1995)
* Helter Skelter (with Carlos Ezquerra & Henry Flint, tpb 2002, collects Helter Skelter. in 2000 AD #1250-1261, 2001)
* Other uncollected Dredd stories
* "Firepower" (with Colin MacNeil. in 2000 AD #736, 1991)
* "Teddy Bear's Firefight" (with Brian Williamson, in 2000 AD #737, 1991)
* "Garbage Disposal" (with John Burns, in 2000 AD #738, 1991)
* "Twin Blocks" (with Gary Erskine & Gina Hart, in 2000 AD #741, 1991)
* "School Bully" (with Simon Coleby & Gina Hart, in 2000 AD #742, 1991)
* "A Clockwork Pineapple" (with Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD #743-745, 1991)
* "The Vidders" (with Chris Weston, in 2000 AD #749, 1991)
* "One Better" (with Jose Casanovas, in 2000 AD #757, 1991)
* "The Flabfighters" (with Simon Coleby, in 2000 AD #758-759, 1991)
* "Koole Killers" (with Simon Coleby & Gina Hart, in 2000 AD #772-774, 1992)
* "First of the Many" (with Cliff Robinson & Gina Hart, in 2000 AD #775, 1992)
* "A Magic Place" (with Steve Dillon, Simon Coleby & Gina Hart, in 2000 AD #783-785, 1992)
* "The Taking of Sector One-Two-Three" (with Carlos Ezquerra, in Judge Dredd Megazine #2.10-2.11, 1992)
* "Judge Joyce: When Irish Pies Are Smiling" (with Steve Dillon in, Judge Dredd Yearbook 1993, 1992)
* "The Kinda Dead Man" (with Anthony Williams, in 2000 AD #816, 1993)
* "The Craftsman" (with John McCrea, in 2000 AD #817, 1993)
* "Snowstorm" (with Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #819, 1993)
* "PJ and the Mock-Choc Factory" (with Anthony Williams, in 2000 AD #820-822, 1993)
* "Last Night Out" (with Brett Ewins, in 2000 AD #823, 1993)
* "A B or C Warrior" (with Ron Smith, in 2000 AD #824, 1993)
* "Unwelcome Guests" (with Jeff Anderson, in 2000 AD #826, 1993)
* "Barfur" (with Jon Haward, in 2000 AD #827, 1993)
* "The Judge Who Lived Downstairs" (with Brett Ewins, in 2000 AD #831, 1993)
* "The Chieftain" (with Mick Austin, in 2000 AD #832-834, 1993)
* "The Corps: Fireteam One" (with Paul Marshall/Colin MacNeil, in 2000 AD #918-923, 1994) (reprinted in 2000 AD Extreme Edition 17)
* "Monkey on My Back" (with John Higgins, in Judge Dredd Megazine #204-206, 2003)
* Just a Pilgrim (with Carlos Ezquerra, Black Bull, collected as The Just a Pilgrim Complete Hardcover, Dynamite Entertainment, ISBN 160690003X):
* Just a Pilgrim (5-issue limited series, 2001, tpb, Titan Books, 2001, ISBN 1-84023-377-X)
* Just a Pilgrim: Garden of Eden (4-issue mini-series, 2002, tpb, Titan Books, 2003, ISBN 1-84023-590-X)
* Loaded (with Greg Staples & Les Spink, video game tie-in, 1996)
* Preacher (with Steve Dillon, 66 issues + Saint of Killers mini series, plus 5 one-shots, Vertigo, 1995-2000):
* Gone To Texas (tpb collects #1-7, 1996 ISBN 1-56389-261-8)
* Until the End of the World (tpb collects #8-17, 1997 ISBN 1-56389-312-6)
* Proud Americans (tpb collects #18-26, 1997 ISBN 1-56389-327-4)
* Ancient History (tpb collects Saint of Killers mini, Good Ol' Boys one-shot, and Story of You-Know Who one-shot, 1998 ISBN 1-56389-405-X)
* Dixie Fried (tpb collects #27-33 and Cassidy one-shot, 1998 ISBN 1-56389-428-9)
* War In the Sun (tpb collects #34-40 and Starr one-shot, 1999 ISBN 1-56389-490-4)
* Salvation (tpb collects #41-50, 1999 ISBN 1-56389-519-6)
* All Hell's A Comin' (tpb collects #51-58 and Tall in the Saddle one-shot, 2000 ISBN 1-56389-617-6)
* Alamo (tpb collects #59-66, 2001 ISBN 1-56389-715-6)
* Pride & Joy (with John Higgins, Vertigo, 4-issue mini-series, 1997, tpb, 2003 ISBN 1-4012-0190-3)
* The Pro (with Amanda Conner, Image, 2002)
* The Punisher:
* The Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe (with Dougie Braithwaite, 1995, tpb, 2000 ISBN B0006RK6AQ)
* The Punisher: Welcome Back Frank (with Steve Dillon, Marvel Knights, 12 issue mini-series, 1999, tpb, 2001 ISBN 0-7851-0783-5)
* The Punisher Meets Painkiller Jane (with Joe Jusko & Dave Ross, 2001)
* The Punisher (Marvel Knights series) (with Steve Dillon, 2001-2003)
* Army of One (tpb collects #1-6, 2002 ISBN 0-7851-0839-4)
* issue #7 (contains a one-page back-up story by Ennis; #8-12 have no Ennis)
* Business As Usual (tpb collects #13-18, 2003 ISBN 0-7851-1014-3)
* Full Auto (tpb collects #20-27, 2003 ISBN 0-7851-1149-2)
* Streets of Laredo (tpb collects #19, 27-32, 2003 ISBN 0-7851-1096-8)
* Confederacy of Dunces (tpb collects #33-37, 2004 ISBN 0-7851-1344-4)
* Marvel Knights Double Shot #1: "Roots" (with Joe Quesada, 2002)
* Born (with Darick Robertson, Marvel, 4 issues, 2003, tpb, ISBN 0-7851-1025-9)
* Punisher: Countdown (with Steve Dillon & Jimmy Palmiotti, 2004, packaged with the first DVD release of the Jonathan Hensleigh's The Punisher)
* The Punisher MAX (with Leandro Fernández, Lewis Larosa, Dougie Braithwaite, Goran Parlov 2004-2008)
* In the Beginning (tpb collects #1-6, 2004, ISBN 0-7851-1391-6)
* Kitchen Irish (tpb collects #7-12, 2004, ISBN 0-7851-1539-0)
* Mother Russia (tpb collects #13-18, 2005, ISBN 0-7851-1603-6)
* Up Is Down, Black Is White (tpb collects #19-24, 2005, ISBN 0-7851-1731-8 )
* The Slavers (tpb collects #25-30, 2006, ISBN 0-7851-1899-3)
* Barracuda (tpb collects #31-36, 2006, ISBN 0-7851-2023-8)
* Barracuda (5-issue mini-series, spin-off, tpb, Punisher Presents: Barracuda Max, September 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2465-9)
* Man of Stone (tpb collects #37-42, May 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2165-X)
* WidowMaker (tpb collects #43-49, September 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2544-2)
* Long, Cold, Dark (tpb collects #50-54)
* Valley Forge, Valley Forge (tpb collects #55-60)
* From First to Last (tpb, 152 pages, hardcover, December 2006, ISBN 0785122761, paperback, July 2007, ISBN 0-7851-1715-6) collects:
* "The End" (with Richard Corben, 2004)
* "The Cell" (with Lewis Larosa, 2005 )
* "The Tyger" (with John Severin, 2006)
* Revolver:
* Horror Special: "Suburban Hell: A Dog and His Bastard" (with Phillip Swarbrick, 1990)
* Romance Special: "The One I Love" (with Glenn Fabry, 1991)
* Seven Brothers: Volume One (with Jeevan Kang, based on a concept by John Woo, 5-issue mini-series, Virgin Comics, 2006, tpb, 144 pages, July 2007, ISBN 193441302X)
* Shadowman (Volume 2 #1-4, with Ashley Wood, Acclaim, 1997)
* Sleaze 'n' Ryder (with Nick Percival, in Judge Dredd Megazine #2.19-2.26, 1993)
* Star Wars Tales (collected in Star Wars Tales, Volume Three tpb):
* "Trooper" (with John McCrea & Jimmy Palmiotti, in #10, 2001)
* "In the Beginning" (with Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti, in #11, 2002)
* Streets of Glory (with Mike Wolfer, Avatar Press, 2007)
* Strontium Dogs:
* "Monsters" (with Steve Pugh, #750-761, 1991)
* "Dead Man's Hand" (with Simon Harrison, in 2000 AD Yearbook 1993, 1992)
* "Return of the Gronk" (with Nigel Dobbyn, in 2000 AD #817-824, 1993)
* "How The Gronk Got His Heartses" (with Nigel Dobbyn, in 2000 AD #850-851, 1993)
* "The Darkest Star" (with Nigel Dobbyn, in 2000 AD #855-866, 1993)
* Superman 80-Page Giant: "Six Pack in How To Be A Super-Hero" (with John McCrea, 1999)
* Spider Man's Tangled Web #1-3: "The Coming of the Thousand" (with John McCrea, 2001, tpb, 2002 ISBN 0-7851-0803-3)
* Thor: Vikings (Marvel MAX, 5 issue mini-series, tpb, 2004 ISBN 0-7851-1175-1)
* Time Flies (with Philip Bond, collected in 2000 AD Extreme Edition #19, 2006):
* "Time Flies" (in 2000 AD #700-711, 1990)
* "Tempus Fugitive" (in 2000 AD #1015-1023, 1996)
* Troubled Souls (with John McCrea, in Crisis #15-27, 40 & 46, 1989-1990)
* True Faith (with Warren Pleece, in Crisis #29-34 & #34-38, 1989-1990)
* Unknown Soldier (with Kilian Plunkett, Vertigo, 4-issue mini-series, 1997, tpb, 1998 ISBN 1-56389-422-X)
* War is Hell: The First Flight of The Phantom Eagle (with Howard Chaykin, 5-issue mini-series, Marvel Max, May-September 2008, hardcover, 120 pages, November 2008, ISBN 0-7851-1643-5)
* War Story (Vertigo, two 4-issue mini-series, each story is a standalone):
* Volume 1 (with Dave Gibbons, John Higgins, David Lloyd, Chris Weston & Gary Erskine, 2004 ISBN 1-84023-912-3)
* Volume 2 (with Cam Kennedy, David Lloyd, Carlos Ezquerra & Gary Erskine, 2006 ISBN 1-4012-1039-2)
* Weird War Tales Special: "Nosh and Barry and Eddie and Joe" (with Jim Lee) (December 2000)
Awards

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* 1993: nominated for the Best Writer Eisner Award for Hellblazer
* 1994: nominated for the Best Writer Eisner Award for Hellblazer
* 1996: nominated for the Best Writer Eisner Award for Preacher and Goddess
* 1997: nominated for the Favorite Writer Comics Buyer's Guide Award
* 1998:
* won the Best Writer Eisner Award for Hitman, Preacher, Unknown Soldier and Blood Mary: Lady Liberty
* nominated for the Favorite Writer Comics Buyer's Guide Award
* 1999:
* won Favourite Colour Comic Book Eagle Award for Preacher
* nominated for Favourite Comics Writer Eagle Award
* nominated for Favourite Comics Character Eagle Award for Jesse Custer
* nominated for the Favorite Writer Comics Buyer's Guide Award
* 2000: nominated for the Favorite Writer Comics Buyer's Guide Award
* 2001: nominated for the Best Writer Eisner Award for Preacher

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