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Science Fiction Graphic Novel (1985) - #2
"Robert Silverberg: Nightwings"
DC Comics

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Cary Bates
Robert Silverberg

Gene Colan - 'Adam Austin'

William Neal McPheeters

William Neal McPheeters

Gaspar Saladino - 'Gaspar'

Julius Schwartz

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Bill Sienkiewicz

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Cover Date: 1985
Cover Price: US $ 5.95

Issue Tagline: Hugo Award Winner

Format: Color; Original Graphic Novel; 52 pages

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Richard Bruning designed the book, Colan penciled it, McPheeters painted it. Thus the creators for the book don't neatly fit into this database's current (August 2006) categories. Thus, Bruning is classed as a sort of "art editor", and McPheeters gets credit for "inking" and "coloring".

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