Scottish comics writer Grant Morrison had worked for years in 2000 AD and other British magazines before coming to DC Comics. His reinventions of DC titles Animal Man and Doom Patrol, followed by his surreal take on Batman in Arkham Asylum, gained him an American following; he has since worked on a variety of superhero titles including Justice League of America and X-Men.
Morrison's longest work featuring his own characters is The Invisibles, an apocalyptic thriller drawing on influences from Michael Moorcock to Terence McKenna, and highlighting his developing interest in magic and the occult.
Official source for Morrison's projects, including previews of upcoming work by Grant Morrison and his collaborators.
Grant Morrison's official website. Contains biography, bibliography, photo gallery, columns and writings.
A (almost) comprehensive list of Grant Morrison's work in comics and other media. Last updated in May 2001.
Profile: Grant Morrison
A thorough and unvaluable resource about the creator of The Invisibles. Includes an in-depth interview, features and reviews of his most relevant works. (February 01, 2001)
Come In Alone Interview
Warren Ellis interviews Morrison. (June 01, 2000)
Sequential Tart: Charging the Sigil
Interview by Lauren Vega-Rasner and Barb Lien. (January 01, 2000)
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