Joe Harris (filmmaker)
|Joe Harris (filmmaker)|
Harris at the 2013 Wizard World New York Experience in Manhattan.
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The X-Files: Season 10
The Nightmare Factory
The Joker's Asylum
Battle for the Cowl: Man-Bat
The Fury of Firestorm
Joe Harris is an American comic book writer and screenwriter. He made his big screen debut in 2003 with his screenplay for the Sony Pictures release Darkness Falls. He is currently the writer of the ongoing monthly comic book series Great Pacific from Image Comics and The X-Files: Season 10 from IDW Publishing.
In film, Harris' screenplay for Darkness Falls was based on Tooth Fairy, his short film which presented a horrific twist on the children’s bedtime myth. He wrote the politically themed slasher film The Tripper which featured David Arquette as writer and director.
In comics, Harris has written for many major publishers, writing X-Men, Spider-Man, and Batman.
Harris has various creator-owned projects. In 2010 Oni Press released the five-issue miniseries Ghost Projekt, written by Harris and illustrated by Steve Rolston. In 2011 Oni Press published Harris' miniseries, Spontaneous in 2011 with Brett Weldele. In mid- 2013, Oni Press released Harris' hardcover graphic novel Wars in Toyland, which is illustrated by Adam Pollina. In 2012, with Image Comics, Harris and artist Martin Morazzo premiered the ongoing series, Great Pacific.
Harrisreplaced Gail Simone as the writer on The Fury of Firestorm for DC Comics as part of The New 52, DC's 2011 reboot of its superhero continuity and comic book line. He wrote issues #0 and #7-12.
In March 2013, IDW Publishing and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products announced that Harris would be the writer of The X-Files: Season 10, an in-continuity monthly comic book series executive produced by X-Files creator Chris Carter. The premiere issue debuted on June 19, 2013.
- B.P.R.D.: There's Something Under My Bed (2003)
- Creepy (2009) #1, #3
- Batman: The Dark Knight (2011) #6, #8
- The Batman Chronicles (1995) #19
- Batman: Battle for the Cowl: Man-Bat (2009)
- Batman: Joker's Asylum: Scarecrow (2008)
- Cybernary 2.0 (2001) #1-6 (miniseries)
- DCU Halloween Special '09 (2009)
- DCU Halloween Special '10 (2010)
- Firestorm: The Nuclear Men (2012) #0, #7-12
- Vampirella And The Scarlet Legion (2011) #1-5 (miniseries)
- Vampirella vs. Dracula (2012) #1-3 (miniseries)
- Great Pacific (2012) #1-present (ongoing)
- The X-Files: Season 10 (2013) #1-present (ongoing)
- Bishop: The Last X-Man (1999) #1-15 (ongoing)
- Generation X (1994) Annual 1998
- Generation X Holiday Special (1998)
- Slingers (1998) #0-12 (ongoing)
- Spider-Man vs. Punisher (2000)
- Uncanny X-Men (1963) #358'
- X-Factor (1986) #147
- X-Force (1991) #77, #101
- X-Men Unlimited (1993) #20
- X-Men: Liberators (1998) #1-4 (miniseries)
- Ghost Projekt (2010) #1-5 (miniseries)
- Spontaneous (2011) #1-5 (miniseries)
- Wars in Toyland (2013)
- "Screenwriter and Author Joe Harris | Blog "The Nightmare Factory" Reviews Roundup". Joeharris.net. 2007-11-02. Retrieved 2014-04-17.
- "Ghost Projekt #1". Oni Press. Retrieved November 7, 2012.
- Spontaneous. Oni Press.
- 'Wars in Toyland'. Oni Press.
- Great Pacific.
- "Joe Harris Replaces Gail Simone as 'Firestorm' Co-Writer". Comic Book Resources. 6 December 2011.
- "IDW and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products Announce Creative Team and Direction for The X-Files".
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