Dream Corridor 1

Dream Corridor A collection of some of Harlan s fines short stories illustrated by suchrenowned illustrators as Len Wein Gary Gianni Peter David Mike Deodato Jr and David Lapham Stories adapted include The End o
  • Title: Dream Corridor 1
  • Author: Harlan Ellison
  • ISBN: 9781569712108
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dream Corridor 1
    A collection of some of Harlan s fines short stories illustrated by suchrenowned illustrators as Len Wein, Gary Gianni, Peter David, Mike Deodato, Jr and David Lapham Stories adapted include The End of the Time of Leinard, Rat Hater, Knox, The Rough Boys, and Catman, as well as nine others Also includes five short stories written especially for the series, wiA collection of some of Harlan s fines short stories illustrated by suchrenowned illustrators as Len Wein, Gary Gianni, Peter David, Mike Deodato, Jr and David Lapham Stories adapted include The End of the Time of Leinard, Rat Hater, Knox, The Rough Boys, and Catman, as well as nine others Also includes five short stories written especially for the series, with a cover by Leo and Diane Dillon.
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  • Harlan Ellison

    Harlan Jay Ellison is a prolific American writer of short stories, novellas, teleplays, essays, and criticism.His literary and television work has received many awards He wrote for the original series of both The Outer Limits and Star Trek as well as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour edited the multiple award winning short story anthology series Dangerous Visions and served as creative consultant writer to the science fiction TV series The New Twilight Zone and Babylon 5.Several of his short fiction pieces have been made into movies, such as the classic The Boy and His Dog.webmaster harlanellison

  • 659 Comments

  • A very enjoyable group of graphic adaptations of some of Ellison s short work There s a wide range of illustrative style and format, as well as a few vignettes originally written for this form I wish the publishers had a better market for intelligent selections like this one I ve enjoyed re reading it several times over the years.


  • a collection of short stories by the famed alum of star trek, the twilight zone, the outer limits, etc etc get the graphic treatment from various artists, and the result is a very mixed bag most of the characters are forgettable and some stories seem to go nowhere, but there s an occasional touch of genius that justifies an excursion into the dream corridor ultimately, the segueways in between stories featuring a representation of ellison himself are ironically what leaves a lasting impression [...]


  • In my opinion the bulk of these stories had no business being adapted to comic book form Most of them are too short leaving them with a lack of character arc and story development Still, the ideas were all very interesting conceptually, and there are a few complete short stories in the back that make it worth reading.


  • This is a great collection of classic Harlan The artists and writers chosen to adapt his stories here were top notch, and his little interludes and rants were very entertaining I bought this awhile ago, but had been holding off finishing it for a few years I ll probably do the same with Vol 2 Or maybe I ll devour it tonight.


  • A few of his short stories in graphic form, I liked it cause it s rare to see full on scifi stories in this format, and it s interesting to see how different artists can give wildly different atmosphere to stage the stories The little clips of Harlan between stories has a very Creepshow feel And as a bonus, three fully text stories at the end.



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