* Harlan Ellison, one of the Grand Masters of science fiction and a multiple Hugo-, Nebula-, and Edgar Award-winner, returns to his roots with the graphic novel, Phoenix Without Ashes. * The year is 2785, and Devon, a farmer banished for challenging his community's Elders, discovers a secret that changes everything he knew about the world, leading him on a quest to solve a mystery beyond his understanding before his entire world is destroyed in a cataclysm.
Harlan Ellison is a multiple Hugo-, Nebula-, and Edgar Award-winner, and has been named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. He has written for the original Star Trek series, both the original The Outer Limits and it's 1997 revival, and the 1985 revival of The Twilight Zone. Among his other well-known works are the Dangerous Visions anthologies, which he edited, the short story "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream," and the novella "A Boy and His Dog." He lives in Los Angeles. John K. Snyder III is an American illustrator and comic book writer and artist, who has been active in the industry for more than 30 years. He's worked on titles including Suicide Squad and Doctor Mid-Nite from DC, The Prowler from Eclipse Comics, and had a significant run as the artist on Matt Wagner's Grendel. He also served as the artist on Harlan Ellison's Phoenix Without Ashes from IDW.