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Mike W. Barr is a writer of both comics and novels. He has written for various Star Trek comic book series, including the Marvel series following Star Trek: The Motion Picture, the first volume by DC Comics, and the Malibu Comics TNG and DS9 series.

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Star Trek Bibliography

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Prose

Comics

Marvel Comics
DC Comics
Malibu Comics
Tokyopop

Articles

  • "Memoirs of a First-Generation Trekkie" (essay published with "The Wormhole Connection")

Unpublished works

Barr was announced to author a 2010 novel featuring Robert April in command of the Enterprise, titled The Millennium Bloom. However the book never got any further than the outline stage and was later removed from the schedule. [1]

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DC Comics

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Marvel Database

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Starwars

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Mike W. Barr
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Born

May 30, 1952

Nationality

American

Career
Occupation

Writer

Mike W. Barr is an American writer of comic books and science fiction novels, who co-wrote several issues of the X-wing: Rogue Squadron series with Michael Stackpole.

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Biography

Mike W. Barr was born on May 30, 1952. His introduction into comics writing came in DC Comics Detective Comics #444, for which he wrote an 8-page back-up mystery feature starring the Elongated Man in late 1974/early 1975. His credits then skip ahead four years, when he wrote a further couple of back-up features for Detective Comics and House of Mystery as well as an issue of Captain America (#241) for Marvel in January 1980. By mid-1980 he was writing regularly for both DC and Marvel, and in 1981 penned stories for Marvel Team-Up and Mystery in Space as well as various Batman and Green Lantern titles, among others.

Legion of Super-Heroes #277 (July 1981) saw him take on editorial duties at DC, while writing issues of Marvel's Star Trek comic, for whom he created the native American character Ensign Bearclaw and a pacifist Klingon named Konom. In December 1982, he debuted the first issue of one of the earliest maxi-series, Camelot 3000, with art by Brian Bolland, one of few titles Bolland provided full artwork on.

In August 1983, he created what may well be his most enduring work, the monthly title Batman and the Outsiders, which he also wrote for every issue of the first series, and its Baxter paper spinoff, The Outsiders.

His other comics work includes Mantra and Maze Agency as well as the 1987 hardcover book Batman: Son of the Demon, proceeds from which reputedly "restored DC Comics to first place in sales after fifteen years." This title, and Barr's work on Batman with artist Alan Davis have been cited by Grant Morrison as key inspirations for his recent (2006) run on the Batman title.

Most recently he wrote a two-part story for the pages of DC's JLA: Classified (#47-48, Jan-Feb 2008), returned to the Outsiders with Outsiders: Five of a Kind -- Katana/Shazam #1 (Oct 2007), contributed to Tokyopop's Star Trek: The Manga, and relaunched Maze Agency at IDW Publishing.

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