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DOUG MOENCH

Doug Moench (born February 23, 1948) is an American comic book writer. Over the years Moench has worked for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, DARK HORSE Comics and many other smaller companies. Perhaps best known for his work on Batman, Moench has written hundreds of issues of many different comics, and created dozens of characters, such as Moon Knight.
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A native of Chicago, Illinois, Moench has also written novels, short stories, newspaper feature articles, weekly newspaper comic strips, film screenplays, and teleplays. His first published work was My Dog Sandy, a comic strip printed in his elementary school newspaper. He began his professional writing career reviewing films and music for the Chicago Sun-Times; once he made the shift to comics, he moved to New York City. He currently lives in Pennsylvania.

Moench is a frequent and longtime collaborator of comics artist Paul Gulacy. The pair is probably best known for their work on Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu. They also co-created Six from Sirius, Slash Maraud and S.C.I. Spy and have worked together on comics projects featuring Batman, Conan the Barbarian and James Bond.

Moench has frequently been paired with the artist and inker team of Kelley Jones and John Beatty on several Elseworlds Graphic Novels and a long run of the monthly Batman comic.

DC Comics
Arion, Lord of Atlantis #4-11
Batman #0, 360-400, 481-559, 1,000,000 and Annual #10, 12, 13, 17-21
Batman: Blackgate: Isle of Men
Batman: Bloodstorm (the second in the three-part Batman Vampire Elseworlds saga)
Batman: Book of the Dead #1-2
Batman: Brotherhood of the Bat
Batman: Cataclysm #1
Batman Chronicles #1-3
Batman: Crimson Mist (the third and final Batman Vampire Elseworlds saga)
Batman: Dark Joker: The Wild (Elseworlds)
Batman & Dracula: Red Rain (the first of three Batman Vampire Elseworlds graphic novels)
Batman: Haunted Gotham #1-4 (Elseworlds - Bruce Wayne's parents killed by a Werewolf)
Batman: Hong Kong (Manga-style art)
Batman: Knight Gallery
Batman: Outlaws #1-3
Batman vs. Predator II: Bloodmatch #1-4
Batman/Spawn: War Devil (co-written with Chuck Dixon and Alan Grant)
The Big Book of Conspiracies
The Big Book of The Unexplained
Blackhawk volume 2 #12-16
Catwoman #0, 25, 38-55
Catwoman: Guardian of Gotham #1-2 (Elseworlds: Batman and Catwoman's roles are reversed)
Celebrate the Century Super Heroes Stamp Album #1 (accompanies the "Celebrate the Century" stamps that the US Postal Service is issuing. The stamps fit right into the comic.. There will be one for each decade, all written by Moench. These will be released at the same time as the stamps)
C.O.P.S. #1-15
The DC Challenge #3
Detective Comics #526-566
Electric Warrior #1-18
Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion #11
G.I. Combat #163
Green Arrow volume 2 #86 (Catwoman crossover)
Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #1-2
Green Lantern: Dragon Lord #1-3 (a Green Lantern mini-series set in ancient China)
Heroes against Hunger
House of Mystery #216, 228, 244, 253
House of Secrets #113
Legends of the Dark Knight #11-15, 46-49, 86-88, 137-141, 146-148
Lords of the Ultra-Realm #1-6, Special #1 (co-created by Moench and Pat Boderick)
Mister Miracle Volume 2 #14-28
The Omega Men #17-20, 22, 23, 25 and Annual #1
Our Army at War Featuring Sgt. Rock #271
The Sandkings (adaptation by Moench, Pat Broderick, and Neal McPheeters of the novel by George R. R. Martin)
Showcase '93 #1-12
Slash Maraud #1-6
The Spectre volume 2 #1-31, Annual #1
S.C.I. Spy #1-6
Teen Titans Spotlight #12
The Wanderers #1-13
World's Finest Comics #289-292
Xenobrood #0, 1-6

Marvel Comics
Adventures into Fear #25-28 (starring Morbius)
Adventures on the Planet of the Apes #1-11
Astonishing Tales #25-27, 30-31 (starring Deathlok the Demolisher, who was co-created by Moench)
Bizarre Adventures #26, 28, 33
Captain Marvel #56, 58-62
Chamber of Chills #7
Conan the Barbarian: The Skull of Set Graphic Novel
Conan Saga #17, 33, 36 (basically reprints of The Savage Sword of Conan)
Creatures on the Loose featuring Man-Wolf #30-31
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #3-14, 16-18, 29, 33, Special #1 (black and white magazine featuring Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu)
The Deep (comic book adaptation of the Columbia Pictures movie)
Doc Savage #1-8 (1976 black and white magazine)
Dracula Lives! #2-3, 5-6, 8-12
Epic Illustrated #3, 5, 9, 11-13, 33 (numerous short fantasy stories and a Weirdworld serial, in a color anthology magazine)
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Fantastic Four #219, 222-231, Annual #15
The Frankenstein Monster #12-17
Ghost Rider volume 2 #5
Giant-Size Chillers #1
Giant-Size Master of Kung-Fu #1-4
Giant Size Werewolf #2-5
Godzilla: King of the Monsters #1-24
The Haunt of Horror #2-5, 12
The Hulk! #10-22 (printed in magazine format in "Super Marvel Color")
The Incredible Hulk Annual #9
Inhumans volume 1 #1-8, 10-12
The Island of Dr. Moreau (comic book adaptation of the American International film)
Ka-Zar: Lord of the Hidden Jungle (1974 series) #10-20
King Conan #9-15
Kull the Conqueror (volume 1) 16-20, (1982 mini-series) #2
Kull and the Barbarians #3 (black and white magazine)
Legion of Monsters #1
Marvel Classics Comics #13, 16, 19, 21, 22, 25, 27, 29-30, 32-36 (adaptations of classic novels)
Marvel Comics Presents #1-8, 26-35 (featuring Shang Chi, Master of Kung Fu in the first run and Coldblood in the second)
Marvel Fanfare #24-26 (featuring Weirdworld)
Marvel Premiere #17-19, 38, 41, 61 #38 features Weirdworld, #41 Seeker 3000, #61 Star-Lord)
Marvel Preview #1, 5-6, 8, 12-13, 18, 21-22, 26, 28, 33 (black & white magazine; #5-6 adapt the Sherlock Holmes story The Hound of the Baskervilles, #8 features the Legion of Monsters, #12 is The Haunt of Horror a collection of short Horror stories)
Marvel Spotlight (1971 series) #28-29 (featuring Moon Knight)
Marvel Spotlight (1979 series) #1-3,6,7 (#1-3 feature Captain Marvel, #6-7 feature Star Lord)
Marvel Super Action #1 (first Weirdworld story)
Marvel Super Special #10-13 (#10 features Star-Lord, #11-13 feature Weirdworld)
Marvel Two-in-One Annual #6
(The Hands of) Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu #20-63, 65-120, 122, Annual #1
Master of Kung Fu: Hellfire Apocalypse #1-6 (Marvel MAX)
Monsters of the Movies #1, 8
Monsters Unleashed #5-11
Moon Knight volume 1 #1-15, 17-26, 28-33 (Moon Knight was co-created by Moench)
Moon Knight: High Strangers (1999 series) #1-4
Moon Knight: The Resurrection (1997 series) #1-4
Moon Knight Special Featuring Master of Kung Fu #1 (Moon Knight and the Master of Kung Fu team up to battle evil on Mordillo's Island)
Morbius Revisited #2 (Michael Morbius, an award-winning biologist, has turned himself into a vampire. He has been searching for a cure ever since the accidental experiment that transformed him.)
Planet of the Apes #1-29 (adaptations of the Apes films, plus a handful of original spinoff tales, most notably the ongoing "Terror on the Planet of the Apes" saga)
Rampaging Hulk #1-9 (black-and-white magazine format)
The Return of Shang-Chi Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black #1
Savage Fists of Kung Fu (black and white magazine)
Savage Sword of Conan #5, 9, 13, 14, 180
Savage Tales (Featuring Conan and Ka-Zar) #5, 7, 8, 11
Seeker 3000 #1
Shogun Warriors #1-14, 16-20
Tales of the Zombie #2-7, 9, 10, Annual #1
The Mighty Thor #303, 308, 310-322, 324-328
The Toxic Avenger #1-11 (based on Troma Films' character)
Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction #3, 6
Vampire Tales #2, 4-7, 9-11, Annual #1
What If? volume 1 #16 (featuring "What If Shang Chi Master of Kung Fu Fought on the Side of Fu Manchu?")
Werewolf by Night volume 1 #20-43
Wolverine: Doombringer #1
X-Men Unlimited volume 1 #25

Eclipse Comics
Aztec Ace #1-15
Nightmares #1-2 (reprints "Blood on Black Satin", originally published in Eerie #109-111)
Miracleman #14 (backup story: "Nuclear Spring")
Total Eclipse #2 ("Aztec Ace" backup story)

TSR Comics
R.I.P. Brasher: Avenger of the Dead #1-4

Epic Comics
Six from Sirius #1-4
Six from Sirius II #1-4

Skywald Comics
Psycho #5, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16
Nightmare #9-12, 14, Annual #1, Yearbook 1974

Malibu Comics
Rune: Hearts of Darkness #1-3
Terror on the Planet of the Apes #1-4 (reprints from Marvel's Planet of the Apes magazine)

DARK HORSE Comics
DARK HORSE Comics #25 (James Bond story)
James Bond: Serpent's Tooth #1-3

Warren Publishing
Eerie #29-30, 35-45, 47, 50, 53-55, 57-58, 72, 78, 109-112
Creepy #37, 46-47, 49-54 56-59 64-66 68, 71-72, 76, 80, 82, 88
Vampirella volume 1 #7, 9, 14-15, 17-20, 24-29, 31, 34, 39

Partial non-comics bibliography
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Doug has written for many men's magazines including Adam, Knight, Fling, and Man to Man.

While writing for various magazines and the Chicago Sun-Times, he has interviewed The Who, The Monkees and The Seeds. Doug also wrote an article called 23 on the 23rd (a true story about Doug's 23rd birthday).

Batman Masters Collection
Set of 120 trading cards, with front art by artists Scott Hampton, Carl Critchlow, Duncan Segredo, and Dermot Power. The flip sides of the first 90 cards, when read in order, form a cohesive story line in which Batman fakes his own death. The set also provides a look at the posthumous feelings of the residents of Gotham City and Arkham Asylum towards the Dark Knight. A special collector's binder was also released for the card set. This card set was re-printed as a 208-page coffee table book entitled Batman Masterpieces. It contains full-page reproductions of the card art opposite the card's text (so one can still follow the story, art concepts (instructions to the artists), and comments by the artist. Additionally, early sketches have been printed for most of the cards.

Batgirl: To Dare The Darkness
A young reader novel that was released with the marketing blitz for the Batman & Robin movie.

Bucky O'Hare
Teleplay for one episode.

Double Dragon
Series bible for the cartoon released by DiC Entertainment.

The Forensic Files of Batman
A novel about how Batman uses clues found at crime scenes to foil the plans of his most famous villains. Each chapter is a different case presented from the notes, journals, and case files of the Batman, Bruce Wayne, Alfred Pennyworth, and Jim Gordon.

The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse
Story editor and head writer for the 1980s cartoon.

Red Sonja
Original Screenplay for the Red Sonja movie. The movie was later rewritten and changed quite a bit from its original form.

Trivia
A fan letter praising Steve Ditko's pencilling and inking was written by a high school-aged Moench, under the name Douglas Moench, and published in the October 1964 (#17) issue of The Amazing Spider-Man comic book.

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