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Michael Reaves

Michael Reaves
Born James Michael Reaves
(1950-09-14) September 14, 1950
San Bernardino, California, U.S.
Other names J. Michael Reaves
Occupation Writer
Years active 1973–present

James Michael Reaves (born September 14, 1950) is an American writer, known for his contributions as scriptwriter and story editor to a number of 1980s and 1990s animated television series, including Disney's Gargoyles and Batman: The Animated Series. He has also written media tie-in novels, children's books, and original fiction. He often collaborates with Steve Perry and won a 1993 Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program in his work on Batman: The Animated Series.

Reaves has Parkinson's Disease, and for a time maintained a blog concerning his experiences dealing with the disease and its effects.[1] Typing is now difficult for him,[2] and by his own account, he has lost the ability to speak coherently.[1] Reaves has been working extensively with co-authors since 2004.

Contents

  • Books 1
    • Novels 1.1
      • Star Wars 1.1.1
        • Coruscant Nights 1.1.1.1
        • MedStar Duology 1.1.1.2
      • Young Adult 1.1.2
    • Anthologies and collections 1.2
  • Short stories 2
  • Television 3
    • Live-action 3.1
    • Animated 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Books

Novels

Star Wars

Coruscant Nights
MedStar Duology

Young Adult

Anthologies and collections

Short stories

  • The Breath of Dragons (1973)
  • Passion Play (1974)
  • The Century Feeling (November 1974)
  • The Sound of Something Dying (1976)
  • Amber Day (1977)
  • Love Among the Symbionts (1977)
  • The Big Spell and The Maltese Vulcan (1977)
  • Shadetree (1978)
  • Werewind (1981)
  • The Tearing Of Graymare House (1983)
  • The Night People (1985)
  • The Way Home (with Steve Perry) (1991)
  • Catspaw (1992)
  • Elvis Meets Godzilla (1994)
  • Red Clay (2001) (in The Children of Cthulhu)
  • House Of The Vampire (2003)
  • The Adventure Of The Arab's Manuscript (2003) (in Shadows Over Baker Street)
  • Keep Coming Back (2003)
  • The Legend Of The Midnight Cruiser (2003)
  • Undeadsville (2004)
  • Spider Dream (2005) (in Lost on the Darkside)

Television

Live-action

Animated

References

  1. ^ a b http://michaelreaveswriter.blogspot.com/
  2. ^ http://mousecircus.com/bookdetails.aspx?BookID=22
  3. ^ a b c Michael Reaves Books
  4. ^ Amazon.com: Hellstar: Michael Reaves, S. Perry: Books
  5. ^ Amazon.com: Burning Realm: Michael Reaves: Books
  6. ^ Amazon.com: Batman: Fear Itself: Michael Reaves, Steven-Elliot Altman: Books
  7. ^ Initial copies show only Reaves as author; this was later corrected.
  8. ^ Amazon.com: LA Maquina Del Tiempo: LA Espada Del Samurai/Time Machine : Sword of the Samurai: Michael Reaves, Steve Perry: Books
  9. ^ Amazon.com: Sword of the Samurai (Time Machine, Book 3): Michael Reaves, Steve Perry, Steve Leialoha: Books
  10. ^ Amazon.com: InterWorld: Neil Gaiman, Michael Reaves: Books
  11. ^

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