Mark Ellis (writer)

Mark Ellis (Writer)

Mark Ellis (writer)

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Mark Ellis is an American novelist and comic-book writer who under the pen name James Axler has written scores of books for the Outlanders paperback novel series and other books, as well as numerous independent comics series.


Adventure Publications

Before becoming a full-time freelance writer in 1986, Ellis worked as a journalist, newspaper columnist, advertising copywriter and refrigeration engineer. In 1980, he married Melissa Martin, a graphic designer and writer who serves as his business partner.

In the mid-to-late 1980s Ellis worked as the primary writer for Adventure Publications' line of comic magazines, scripting such diverse titles as Ninja Elite, Warriors, Netherworlds, and Star Rangers, working with longtime comics artist Jim Mooney on the latter title.

In 1987–1988 Ellis created and scripted Adventure Publications' Death Hawk, a series that featured the first published work of comics artist Adam Hughes.

For other comics publishers he wrote The Justice Machine, a Dynamo story for a T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents revival, as well as short stories for the occasional anthology, such as "A Trip To Necropolis," penciled and inked by Jim Mooney.

Millennium Publications

In 1990, Ellis co-founded Millennium Publications, serving as editor, with his wife and co-founder Melissa Martin as art director. Millennium gave early exposure to such comics...
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