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Dan Abnett British writer, author of comics and game fiction. He worked primarily for 2000AD magazines and Marvel Comics (including their UK editions) in the early 90s. In addition to them, he contributed to the work of DC comics, becoming a co-author of the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 cycles, and also created novels for Games Workshop`s Black Library. As the most prolific author of 2000AD, Abnett was responsible for creating the most popular and longest-lived comic book hero of the past decade, Sinister Dexter. Abnett has also contributed to several of the Judge Dredd, Durham Red and Rogue Trooper comic series. His work for Marvel Comics included Death`s Head, Battletide, Knights of Pendragon (most co-written), The Punisher, War of the Machines, Annihilation: Nova and some X-Men stories. In DC comics, his most famous work is the 2000AD reissue of Legion of Superheroes. He was co-authored on this project by Andy Lanning and most often they signed up as DnA. For Dark Horse ...

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Dan Abnett British writer, author of comics and game fiction. He worked primarily for 2000AD magazines and Marvel Comics (including their UK editions) in the early 90s. In addition to them, he contributed to the work of DC comics, becoming a co-author of the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 cycles, and also created novels for Games Workshop`s Black Library. As the most prolific author of 2000AD, Abnett was responsible for creating the most popular and longest-lived comic book hero of the past decade, Sinister Dexter. Abnett has also contributed to several of the Judge Dredd, Durham Red and Rogue Trooper comic series. His work for Marvel Comics included Death`s Head, Battletide, Knights of Pendragon (most co-written), The Punisher, War of the Machines, Annihilation: Nova and some X-Men stories. In DC comics, his most famous work is the 2000AD reissue of Legion of Superheroes. He was co-authored on this project by Andy Lanning and most often they signed up as DnA. For Dark Horse Comics, he co-authored with Ian Edgington, Planet of the Apes: Bloodlines, as well as Lords of Misrule and HyperSonic. In the genre of military science fiction, he has written books about the Warhammer 40,000 universe. These included the Gaunt`s Ghosts series, the Inquisitor trilogy and, somewhat later, the first best-selling Horus Heresy book in the series, The Rise of Horus. He also wrote several fantasy novels for the Warhammer series. Official site http://www.danabnett.com/ Blog http://theprimaryclone.blogspot.com/