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Steve Moore

Steve Moore

Real Name
Stephen James Moore
Pseudonyms
Steve Moore; Pedro Henry

Employers
Marvel; Marvel UK; Panini Comics; Epic; Rebellion; Quality Communications; Fleetway; America's Best Comics; Eclipse; Radical Publishing; IDW Publishing; IPC Magazines Ltd.; Atomeka Press; Dark Horse Comics; Slab-O-Concrete

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Place of Birth
London , England , United Kingdom

Date of Birth
Date of Death

June 11, 1949
March 16, 2014

Personal History

Steve Moore was a British born comics writer and occultist. He was a lifelong friend and something of a mentor to Alan Moore, though the two were not related. He died on 16th March 2014, aged 64.

Professional History

Moore worked for most of the more significant British comics publishers, creating the Future Shocks format for 2000AD (as well as working on many other 2000AD strips including Dan Dare), working extensively for Warrior magazine on characters including Axel Pressbutton and Father Shandor, and writing many of the early strips in Doctor Who Weekly/Monthly and Hulk Comic for Marvel UK. He created the fan favourite characters Abslom Daak-Dalek Killer and Kroton the Cyberman, and also wrote various stories featuring The Doctor, the Hulk, Ant-Man and Nick Fury, amongst others. He later worked extensively in American comics, mostly for independant companies but also on occasion for Marvel.

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Notes

Moore frequently used the pen name Pedro Henry in the 1970s and 1980s.


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