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Antony Johnston

Antony Johnston is a New York Times bestselling graphic novelist, author, and games writer with more than fifty published titles, including The Coldest City, which became the hit movie Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron. His epic series Wasteland is one of only a handful of such longform achievements in comics, and his first video game, Dead Space, redefined a genre. Antony has written more than thirty graphic novels and comic series, including The Fuse, Daredevil, Julius, Codename Baboushka, The Long Haul, Wolverine Prodigal Son, the Alex Rider graphic novels, the Dead Space transmedia comics, and the adaptation of Alan Moore's "lost screenplay" Fashion Beast. His video games include Shadow of Mordor, Blackwood Crossing, The Assembly, Dead Space Extraction, Zombiu, and more. Antony also hosts the podcast Unjustly Maligned on the Incomparable network, and records music under the alias Silencaeon. He lives and works in England.

Books by Antony Johnston