Our story is told mainly through the journey of one writer, George Clayton Johnson.Throughout this book, you follow along as comics journalist Henry Chamberlain patiently connects the dots in order to unravel the mystery behind the real ...
Author: Henry Chamberlain
GEORGE'S RUN is a graphic novel that tells the engaging story of George Clayton Johnson's pivotal role in the core group of science fiction and fantasy writers who wrote for The Twilight Zone and Star Trek, as well as his amazing novel, Logan's Run, co-written with William F. Nolan. George's story requires no prior knowledge but a happy leap of faith for anyone interested in a good story. This is a book about the art of storytelling and features some of the very best writers, including Ray Bradbury and Rod Serling. You will learn about these highly ambitious writers and how they found inspiration, especially their never-ending search for "a touch of strange." This book is a fun offbeat story about storytellers, the ones who worked on the original Twilight Zone, Star Trek, and beyond. This is a certain group of writers who blossomed in the 1950s and 1960s in and around Hollywood and redefined science fiction and dark fantasy. Our story is told mainly through the journey of one writer, George Clayton Johnson.Throughout this book, you follow along as comics journalist Henry Chamberlain patiently connects the dots in order to unravel the mystery behind the real George Clayton Johnson and his unlikely adventure going from a life of poverty and adversity to landing his big break as the co-writer of the Rat Pat classic, Ocean's Eleven. How did a scrawny kid from Wyoming end up friends with Frank Sinatra and then go on to secure a significant place in pop culture? This book will appeal to any age and be of great interest to numerous fans of pop culture. George was a firm believer in people power and grass roots fandom and was one of the early supporters of Comic-Con in San Diego.Follow the author at comicsgrinder.com and get updates at twilightzonegraphicnovel.com. George's Run offers a wealth of insight and facts in a madcap ride with a freewheeling zest. As Jeff Smith, the creator of Bone, has said, "It clearly is an act of passion!" File Under: Science Fiction, Young Adult, and Pop Culture.