Michael Tierney bibliography
Final Conqueror: science-fiction short story, Eerie Magazine #37, January, 1972.
Reprinted in Dark Horse's Eerie Archives Volume 8 deluxe hardcover, August 2011.
Unabridged version published in Ecstasy Oblivion #2 magazine, Summer 1977, along with cover and interior art credits.
Hell on My Mind: horror short story, Ecstasy Oblivion magazine, Summer 1977.
The Multiversal Scribe -- Volume One: magazine, 1977. Two editions: one with 250 numbered and initialed copies, and a regular 750 copy edition.
Published by Michael Tierney, who created all stories and art (cover and 21 illustrations). Contents:
A Visual Editorial Upon the Waste of Contemplation: made with abstract art.
The Cities of Man: science-fiction colloquy.
The Boundaries of Decision: science-fiction adventure short story.
Whence Has Passed the Hero? fantasy short story.
Razor Edge: portfolio.
Indeed: social science-fiction short story.
The Rebirth of Thunder: sword and sorcery novelette.
Judgement Day: fantasy short story, plus 2 interior art credits, Ecstasy Oblivion magazine, Winter 1978.
Across the Distance Portfolio: Published by Michael Tierney 1978. Wild Stars
Every plate in every set is individually signed and numbered--with matching numbers.
Features the First appearance of the Eagal Ir Radin in a scene from Wild Stars 6: Orphan of the Shadowy Moons.
Features the First appearance of Phaedra.
Wild Stars Volume 1 #1 Erlik: comic book, Collector's Edition Summer 1984. First Wild Stars comic book--operatic science-fiction--2,000 copies.
First appearances of Erlik and Daestar of the Wild Stars.
First appearance and death of Carthage of the Wild Stars.
Wild Stars Portfolio One: Collector's Edition 1985. Wild Stars
Origin of Erlik.
Wild Stars Volume 2 #1 First Marker: comic book, Collector's Edition Winter 1988--2,000 copies.
First appearances of First Marker and Carlton MacKanaly.
First appearance of Akara and Vic of the Wild Stars.
First appearance of the traveling space city, Magoria.
First appearance of the armored stranger.
Includes an Easter Egg not revealed until the 2022 Wild Stars 6: Orphan of the Shadowy Moons novel.
Under the Wild Stars: Little Rocket Publications April 1998. 25 copy Limited Edition hardcover Wild Stars universe novel. Submitted to editors in the mid-Nineties but unsold. A prequel/sequel to First Marker (see below), this novel was adapted into the comics of Wild Stars Volume 3.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #1 A Gathering of Chiefs: comic book, Little Rocket Publications July 2001--5,000 copies.
First appearances of the Keltic War Chief, Korr Mac Kal, and the Blackfoot War Chief, Sharp Knife.
First appearances of the KaNze shamanesses Rosetta Stonewolf and Songwolf.
First appearances of the alternate reality Artomiques Achilles Hister, Genghis Champlain, and Georgian Raveling.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #2 The Black Oak and the Two Onery Honormans: comic book, Little Rocket Publications October 2001--5,000 copies.
First appearances of Onery Honorman, both the Civil War and soldier and present day sheriff.
First appearance of Jimmy Bond, bail bondsman.
Cameos by Alvin Phillips, Barbara, hitman Bob Tyler, and Lester Piper.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #3 The Look of Love on the Face of Death: comic book, Little Rocket Publications January 2002--5,000 copies.
Introduces Alvin Phillips and first appearance of Monique (aka Nanette).
First appearance of the Columbian drug lord Ernesto Mendez, and his henchmen Max and Richardo.
First appearance and death of Richardo's brother, Alonzo.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #4 The Prophet Wore Armor: comic book, Little Rocket Publications February 2002--5,000 copies.
First appearance of Redrick of the Wild Stars.
First appearance of Carthage after being reborn as a Prophet of the Brothan.
First appearances of Faxlar and Veloc of the Brothan.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #5 The Space Chase: comic book, Little Rocket Publications March 2002--5,000 copies.
First appearance of the rogue planet, Devil's Delight.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #6 Shooting a Star: comic book, Little Rocket Publications April 2002--5,000 copies.
First appearances of Henry Piper, his girlfriend Tamara and son Lester.
Introduces hitman Bob Tyler.
Also introduces Police Chief Virgil Baker, Shannon, and Lester's crime partners, Ted and Nuk'em Newcome.
First appearance of the lost necklace of Helen of Troy.
Force Majeure #1 Prairie Bay: comic book, Little Rocket Publications May 2002--5,000 copies. A future history tale of the Wild Stars.
First appearance of Atlanta, Risky Bravo, Helena Huracan, Robert Vardel, and Mars Supreme Commander Cinceno.
First mention of Bully Bravo.
Wild Stars Volume 3 #7 Nature Correcting Itself: comic book, Little Rocket Publications July 2002--5,000 copies.
Triple-sized finale with 64 pages of story.
Introduces Tall Trees, Korr Mac Kal as the Wood God, and the prehistoric cannibals, the Tearers (ryhmes with Terrors).
First appearance of Brothan Fleet Commander Krokaw.
First appearance of Barbara, sheriff's dispatch operator and centerfold model.
First appearance of New Atlantis.
First appearance of The Ancient Warrior of the Wild Stars.
Identity of the armored warrior revealed.
Wild Stars: The Book of Circles: graphic novel, Little Rocket Publications January 2004. This trade paperback collects all of the Wild Stars comics, Volumes 1, 2 & 3, plus Wild Stars Portfolio One, with new material.
Nebula 71: Limited Edition Wild Stars universe hardcover novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written in 1971, but never submitted to editors.
Ceobra: Limited Edition hardcover fantasy novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written and submitted to editors in 1974, but not sold.
The Catalyst: Limited Edition hardcover Wild Stars universe novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written and submitted in 1976, but not sold.
Wild Stars Rising: Limited Edition hardcover Wild Stars universe novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written and submitted in 1976, but not sold.
Moonshadow: Limited Edition hardcover Wild Stars universe novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written 1977-1978, this 108,000 word manuscript detailing the origin of the Ancient Warrior was never submitted to editors.
Rewritten in 2021, Moonshadow is scheudled to be published in 2022 under the new title Wild Stars 6: Orphan of the Shadowy Moons
First Marker: Limited Edition hardcover Wild Stars universe novel, Little Rocket Publications 2008. Written and submitted in 1978-1979, but not sold. Material from this novel was adapted into the comics of Wild Stars Volumes 1 and 2.
Wild Stars: The Book of Circles -- Recalibrated hc: Little Rocket Publications Spring 2009. This hardcover combines the 2004 graphic novel with new material, previously unpublished Wild Stars comic pages, plus several other features new to this edition.
Wild Stars: The Book of Circles -- Recalibrated tpb: Little Rocket Publications Summer 2014. First trade paperback printing of the 2009 hardcover.
Wild Stars: The Book of Circles -- Recalibrated -- 30th Anniversary Edition hc: Little Rocket Publications Summer 2014. Reproduces the outer and inner covers from the Volume 3 comics in color for the first time in a collected edition.
Wild Stars 2: Force Majeure tpb: Little Rocket Publications Summer 2014. The sequel to The Book of Circles graphic novel is an 83,000 prose novel wrapped around 38 pages of comics, including the 2002 Force Majeure: Prairie Bay #1 comic, along with new pages and 50 flashback illustrations.
Shark Fighter: psychological horror short story, Cirsova Heroic Fantasy and Scienc e Fiction Magazine #2, Summer 2016. Two covers, both in hardcover and softcover. All the Cirsova hardcovers are limited editions.
The Bears of 1812: hidden history/historical fantasy short story, Cirsova Heroic Fantasy and Scienc e Fiction Magazine #5, Spring 2017. Released in hardcover and softcover.
The Criteria for Admission Into the Galactic Community: science fiction short story, Cirsova Heroic Fantasy and Scienc e Fiction Magazine #7, Spring 2018. Released in hardcover and softcover.
Wild Stars 3: Time Warmageddon: science fiction novelette, Cirsova Special Edition magazine, Summer 2018. Released in hardcover and softcover, with multiple covers. Unlike the regular Cirsova Magazine issues, all versions of the Special Edition were limited editions: Regular cover by Tim Lim--121 copies; Variant wraparound cover by Mark Wheatley--105 copies; Variant hardcover with virgin wraparound dust wrapper by Mark Wheatley--55 copies.
Jack's Basement: humor horror short story, Cirsova Heroic Fantasy and Scienc e Fiction Magazine #9, Fall 2018. Released in hardcover and softcover.
Who is God?: social science-fiction short story, Gods & Services anthology paperback, December 2018.
Young Tarzan and the Mysterious She: a jungle tale of Tarzan, co-authored with Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs, Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense, Volume 2 #1, March 2019. Released in hardcover and softcover. Cover featured on both editions with an illustration by Anton Oxenuk.
Wild Stars 1: Book of Circles -- Recalibrated -- 35th Anniversary Edition tpb: Cirsova Publications, October 2019. Reproduces the contents of the Book of Circles in an 8-1/2" x 11" deluxe b&w format. New cover by Mark Wheatley, and a back cover that forms a larger picture when combined with the rest of the 35th Anniversary editons.
Wild Stars 2: Force Majeure -- 35th Anniversary Edition tpb: Cirsova Publications, October 2019. Reproduces the contents of Force Majeure in an 8-1/2" x 11" deluxe b&w format. New cover by Mark Wheatley, and a back cover that forms a larger picture when combined with the rest of the 35th Anniversary editons.
Wild Stars 3: Time Warmegeddon -- 35th Anniversary Edition tpb: Cirsova Publications, October 2019. Reproduces last year's first edition, and includes a new ending epilog, reprints of two previous publications in Cirsova Magazine; Shark Fighter and The Grass Maiden (originally published as The Bears of 1812); plus the previously unpublished Wild Stars short story, The Grimgrip. New cover by Mark Wheatley, and a back cover that forms a larger picture when combined with the rest of the 35th Anniversary editons.
Wild Stars 4: Wild Star Rising -- 35th Anniversary Edition tpb: Cirsova Publications, October 2019. First publication, in an 8-1/2" x 11" deluxe b&w format. New novel writen in 2019, with no connection to the Wild Stars Rising novel released in 2008. Also includes the first publication of The Wild Stars Navigational Chart: The Multiversal Guide that provides a glossary of all the characters, places, and events from the history of the Wild Stars. New cover by Mark Wheatley, and a back cover that forms a larger picture when combined with the rest of the 35th Anniversary editons.
Wild Stars Omnibus -- 35th Anniversary Edition hc: Cirsova Publications, October 2019. Collects all four of the 35th Anniversary editions in a 726 page hardcover with a wraparound dust wrapper illustrated by Anton Oxenuk.
Beyond the Farthest Star: Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. 2019 to present. Weekly online comic strip adaption of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel of the same name. Scripts, colors and letters by Michael Tierney, pencils & inks by John Lucas. Series debuted March 8, 2019, with new episodes appearing every Saturday.
Year One/Book One adapted the original story of Beyond the Farthest Star, beginning on March 8, 2019 and concluding on February 29, 2020.
Episodes #5 and #19 were reprinted in the 2021 ERB, Inc. hardcover of Beyond the Farthest Star--Restored Edition.
Year Two/Book Two adapted the sequel, The Return of Tangor, beginning on March 7, 2020, and concluding January 23, 2021.
At this point penciler/inker John Lucas left the strip and the series went on hiatus.
Book Three adapting To the Nearest Planet, begins soon.
Wild Stars--Amazing Adventures 5E Role Playing Game: Troll Lord Games, Summer 2020. Trade paperback containing details about the characters, names, and places needed for a dungeon master to conduct your own personal adventures at any place and time within the Wild Stars.
Wild Stars 5: The Artomique Pardigm: Serialized novel in three-parts in 2021 issues of Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense.
Part One in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #6 Spring 2021 issue was cover featured with two Wild Stars covers, one by Anton Oxenuk and another by Genzoman. A third cover celebrating Cirsova's 5th Anniversary was unrelated to Wild Stars.
All three covers were also released in hardcover, with the Genzoman artwork presented as a text-free virgin cover.
Part Two in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #7 Summer 2021 issue.
There was a single cover released in hardcover and trade paperback.
Part Three in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #8 Fall 2021 issue.
There were two covers, both on the theme of gathering "The Bad Girls of Cirsova," each of which
the Red Queen from the Wild Stars. The main cover was by Raven Monroe and was made in
hardcover and trade paperback. A variant black-and-white variant sketch cover by
Genzoman was made in trade paperback format only.
Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #9
The Creation of Science Fiction essay about the untold, true origin of the science fiction genre. Winter 2021.
About the Artist biography of cover artist Fred Small. July 2021.
THE MINUNIAN magazine
Issue #1: The Making of the ERB 100 Year Art Chronology article. October 2018.
Issue #3: Frank Hoban--The Prominent ERB Artist in the 1930s article. February 2019.
Feature becomes Tierney's Treasures with the next issue.
Issue #4: Tierney's Treasures Part 2--The Untamed Art of Charles Livingston Bull article. April 2019.
Issue #5: Tierney's Treasures Part 3--The Header Art of Roger B. Morrison article. June 2019.
Issue #6: Tierney's Treasures Part 4--The Sidewalk Art of Samuel Cahan article. August 2019.
Issue #7: Tierney's Treasures Part 5--Milk Carton Artists article. October 2019.
Issue #8: Tierney's Treasures Part 6--John Coleman Burroughs--Voyage to the Bottom of the World article. December 2019.
Issue #9: Tierney's Treasures Part 7--The Header Art That Time Almost Forgot article. February 2020.
Issue #10: Tierney's Treasures Part 8--The Lion and the Disguised Men article. May 2020.
Issue #11: Tierney's Treasures Part 9--Virgil Finley--Master of Pen and Ink article. July 2020.
Issue #12: Tierney's Treasures Part 10--C. A. Murphy's Western & Jungle Adventures article. September 2020.
Issue #13: Tierney's Treasures Part 11--The Drama of Krupa and Watson article. January 2021.
Issue #14: Tierney's Treasures Part 12--Big Firsts of Fred Small article. April 2021.
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS 100 YEAR ART CHRONOLOGY
Edgar Rice Burroughs 100 Year Art Chronology: four-book set published by Chenault & Gray Publishing. June 2018 first edition released as both a hardcover set with dust wrappers (less than 800 copies) and as a leather-bound set (less than 200 copies), Both were slipcased. This series is a combination of art history, narrative, reviews,
and includes reproductions of thousands of illustrations, many with extensive digital restoration (see below for restoration only projects).
The set consists of:
Volume One: The Pulps--Dawn of the Age of Science Fiction
Volume Two: The Books--Literature with Sharp Cutting Edges
Volume Three: Comics--The Universal Language, Part One
Volume Four: Comics--The Universal Language, Part Two
THE OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE
Price Guide Advisor for the original comics pricing history guide since the 29th Edition in 1999. With the 31st Edition, Overstreet added advisor's annual market reports, which have been featured in every volume from the 31st through the current 51st, 2021/2022 edition.
Overstreet Comic Book Price Guides are available with multiple covers, each in both softcover and hardcover for the direct market. The mass market editions have different covers. Beginning with the 31st Edition was an oversized Big, Big version, which is spiral bound and features yet another cover. The Big, Big format was dropped after the 38th edition, only to return after a three year hiatus with the 42nd, 2012 edition, and continues to this day. The Big, Big switched to a squarebound format with the 48th, 2018/2019 edition. The 40th edition was the first with a Hero Initiative benefit variant (shown right with a cover recreation of Conan the Barbarian #1 )
THE COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE
Trendwatcher Reports (reporting on what's hot and what's not, and the comic book industry in general)
Every issue from #1595 (August 2004 -- the 1st issue in a monthly magazine format) through the final issue #1699 (March 2013).
Retro-Reviews of every Tarzan comic from #1, Dell Comics, January 1948, through the Gold Key, DC, and Marvel runs that concluded in 1979, ran in CBG issues #1596 through #1615. Approximately 300 reviews in all. They are also available for purchase on CD, directly from The Comics Buyer's Guide at CBGXtra.com.
Retro-Reviews of the complete Sixties series of Gold Key Comics' Total War/M.A.R.S. Patrol ran in issue #1646.
Reviews of current comics are in CBG issues #1606 through #1624, #1626 through #1629, #1632 through #1635, #1637, #1639, #1640, #1644, #1645, #1647 through #1649, #1651, #1652, #1656, #1661 through #1667, #1670, #1671, #1672. #1675 through #1680, #1682, #1686, #1690, #1691 and #1699.
Pick of the Month reviews were in #1608, #1611, #1618, #1627, #1629, #1634, #1639, #1640, #1651, #1956, #1663, #1664 #1665, #1670, #1671, #1675, #1677 through #1680, #1686, #1690 (twice), and #1699.
Interviewed in issue #1604, May 2005. Comments about not being willing to break local zoning laws against selling pornography while in close proximity to schools and churches, and not having a problem with those laws, caused one reader to write his disagreement in issue #1607. The editor's rebuttal left no need for a response. Another interview ran in #1664 (April 2010) when both Collector's Edition and The Comic Book Store were Destination Comics! feature locations. Another Destination Comics! feature in #1672 posed the dual questions of "Why Comics?" and "Do You Want to be a Comics Retailer?" You'll find other comments, usually taken from the CBGXtra website, in the Letter's Page section of issues #1614, #1615, #1619, #1620, #1623, #1625, #1627, #1628, #1631, #1633, #1638, #1639, #1644, #1649, #1650, #1654, #1657, #1660, #1663, #1666 (quoted in Comic Values article), #1678 (CBG's 40th Anniversary tribute), and #1685 (Holiday gift suggestions). #1690 had another feature about retailing experiences (shown right -- click for larger image).
Appearances in the weekly newspaper format of the Comics Buyer's Guide: #1368, February 4, 2000 (pointing out funny errors on a Silver Age cover), #1543, June 13, 2003 (letter), July 11, 2003 (letter), #1547, July 11, 2003 (letter), #1573, January 8, 2004 (article about artist Armando Gil), #1592, May 21, 2004 (article about a local Classics Illustrated museum show).
COMICS RETAILER MAGAZINE
(later changed to COMICS & GAMES RETAILER MAGAZINE)
Issue #65, August 1997, featured the experience rating test for retailers (nine funny things every retailer has heard on the phone), #78, (letter), #85 (letter), #91 (listing as a finalist for the 1999 Will Eisner's Spirit of Comics Retailer of the Year Award), #93 (letter), #95 (article), #101 (article about the 2000 Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Cruise -- photo on left), #103 (letter), #107 (letter), #124 (article), #136 (Maggie Thompson's article about store advertising campaigns for Collector's Edition & The Comic Boook Store), #138 (market report), #139 (guest commentary), #158 (article), #189 (article), final issue #191, February 2008 (multiple market reports).
Photo from the 2000 Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Cruise on Carnival Cruise Lines.
Michael Tierney on the left, Will Eisner on the right.
COMIC BOOK MARKETPLACE
Market Reports in #84, August 2001, through #87, #89 through #91, #94, #97, #102, #105, #106, #117, #118, #119, and #121, May 2005. Ceasing publication in 2005, this series featured three variant covers per issue.
The August 2003 issue (#105) also includes an interview with artist Frank Brunner, in which he discusses illustrating the covers for the 2001-2002 Wild Stars comics.
ICv2 INTERNAL CORRESPONDENCE
Interviewed in the 2003 2nd Quarter Edition: RETAILERS GUIDE TO MANGA.
Quoted in the 2005 4th Quarter Edition: RETAILERS GUIDE TO GRAPHIC NOVELS
Fall 2016, issue #90: Quoted in both the article about CREATOR SIGNINGS and the article BUBBLING UP! COMICS AND CREATORS ON THE WAY UP.
THE GUIDE: THE OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK PRICE UPDATE
An advisor for the only two issues in 1997 and 1998. Market Report in #2.
OVERSTREET'S FAN MAGAZINE
Market reports from issue #2, July 1995, through the final issue #29, June 1997. All issues had two variant covers.
OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK MONTHLY
Market Reports from #4, August 1993, through the final issue #20, December 1994.
CRAZYHORSE LITERARY JOURNAL
Published by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Technical advisor for issues #22 (1982) through #24 (1984).
Digital Artwork and Art Restoration
Fires Rekindled: The Complete All-Story Weekly Fiction of Julian Hawhtorne: This massive omnibus collects the complete contents of Cosmic Courthsip, Absolute Evil & A Goth from Boston, Sarah was Judith, and Doris Dances & Fires Rekindled by Julian Hawthorne in one 200 copy limited edition package, under the Doris Dances & Fires Rekindled cover by Dark Filly and Michael Tierney.
Doris Dances & Fires Rekindled: A collection of nearly lost 1918 and 1919 short stories by Julian Hawthorne was preserved for literary prosperity in 2021. Since there was no artwork connected with either story, a new cover was commissioned by Dark Filly, with colors by Michael Tierney.
Sarah was Judith: A 1920 nearly lost classic was presented in this second volume of "The Strange Recollections of Martha Klemm" by Julian Hawthorne. Preserved for literary prosperity in 2021, the cover was digitally restored by Michael Tierney.
Absolute Evil & A Goth from Boston: These 1918 and 1919 nearly lost tales are reprinted in this first of two collections of "The Strange Recollections of Martha Klemm" by Julian Hawthorne. Preserved for literary prosperity in 2021, the original cover was digitally restored by Michael Tierney.
Cosmic Courtship: A 1917 lost science fiction classic by Nathaniel Hawthorne's son Julian was preserved for literary prosperity in 2021, with the cover by Fred Small digitally restored with new type by Michael Tierney, who also produced bonus facsimile material by reproducing Scenes of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Romances from its original 1884 publication.
Badaxe: A 1989 comic series by Paul O'Connor, Kent Burles, James Baldwin, Melenie Merz, Clem Robins, and Mitch Foust was reprinted in three-parts in 2021 issues of Cirsova Magazine.When Cirsova wanted to reprint the series, the original art was lost and only 30-year old comics with heavy black ink smudged across pulp paper was available to work from. These required extensive photoshop restoration by Michael Tierney to return them to their original appearance.
Part One appeared in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #6 Spring 2021 issue.
Part Two appeared in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #7 Summer 2021 issue.
Part Three appeared in the Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and Daring Suspense #8 Fall 2021 issue.
"Since scuba diving is what rekindled my childhood interest in photography, it's appropriate that my first professional credit comes from when I was free diving on the legendary Bimini Road (Dive Log 8) back in 1999." --
Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D., ran the shot to the left on page 53 with her chapter about ancient Atlanteans in the 2010 book: The Secret History of Consciousness -- Ancient Keys to Our Future Survival.
TARZAN TRIUMPHANT: I AM THE APEMAN was optioned by Troll Lords Games and licensed with Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc., but contractual difficulties kept it from being produced.
Tarzan Boardgame Link
Also ready for production and looking for a manufacturer is the Wild Stars: Celestial Clockwork board game! That's only one part of the base that you see to the right. The complete system offers unique movement based on events from the actual Wild Stars comics and novels.
Out of Print Wild Stars
The Multiversal Scribe Magazine (1977)
Across the Distance Portfolio
Wild Stars Volume One #1 (Summer 1984)
Wild Stars Portfolio One
Wild Stars Volume Two #1 (Winter 1988)
Under the Wild Stars
Wild Stars Volume Three #1
Wild Stars Volume Three #2
Wild Stars Volume Three #3
Wild Stars Volume Three #4
Wild Stars Volume Three #5
Wild Stars Volume Three #6
Force Majeure: Prarie Bay #1
Wild Stars Volume Three #7
(July 2002 - 64 page Finale)
Wild Stars 1 -- The Book of Circles Graphic Novel
Wild Stars 1 -- The Book of Circles - Recalibrated hardcover
25th Anniversary Edition
Wild Stars 1 -- The Book of Circles -
30th Anniversary Edition
Wild Stars 2 --
30th Anniversary Edition tpb
Wild Stars 3
Time Warmaggedon magazine
Main cover (2018)
Wild Stars 3
Time Warmaggedon magazine
Variant cover (2018)
Wild Stars 3
Time Warmaggedon magazine
Variant hardcover (2018)
Shown below are the out-of-print Wild Stars Chronicles,
a limited edition set of hardcovers released in 2008.
Top Row: Nebula 71 (written in 1971); Ceobra (1974); The Catalyst (1976); Moonshadow (1978); Wild Stars Rising (1976).
Bottom Row: First Marker (1978); and the prequel/sequel to First Marker, Under the Wild Stars from 1998. These were the source material for all the Wild Stars comics.
Wild Stars navigational chart: