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Comics About Philip K. Dick Published in Magazines and Fanzines

Deat Rattle, #1 1972

Graphic Short Story: He Never Got Anything Right

Wasteland, #10 1988

Comics: Life’s An Illusion

Weirdo, #17 1986

The Religious Experience of PKD by R. Crumb

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

by Phillip K. Dick/Steven Dupre

Comic book adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. The entire novel is turned into a comic book format (24 issues) using the actual text of the book. Each issue is published with several covers. Publication of the series started in July 2009

Publisher: Boom! Studios

# 1, cover A # 1, cover B # 1, cover C # 1, cover D # 1, cover E
07/2009 NULL2009 07/2009 07/2009 08/2009
# 1, 2nd print # 2, cover A # 2, cover B # 2, cover C # 3, cover A
11/2009 08/2009 08/2009 08/2009 09/2009
# 3, cover B # 3, cover C # 4, cover A # 4, cover B # 4, cover C
09/2009 09/2009 10/2009 10/2009 10/2009
# 5, cover A # 5, cover A # 6, cover A # 6, cover B # 7, cover A
11/2009 11/2009 12/2009 12/2009 01/2010
# 7, cover B # 8,cover A # 8,cover B # 9, cover A # 9, cover A
01/2010 02/2010 02/2010 03/2010 03/2010
# 10, cover A # 10, cover A # 11, cover A # 11, cover B # 12, cover A
04/2010 04/2010 06/2010 06/2010 07/2010
# 12, cover B Issue 13, cover A Issue 13, cover B Issue 14, cover A Issue 14, cover B
07/2010 8/2010 8/2010 9/2010 9/2010
Issue 15 Issue 16 Issue 17 Issue 18 Issue 19
10/2010 11/2010 12/2010 01/2011 02/2011
Issue 20 Issue 21 Issue 22 # 1–4 (hardcover) # 5–8 (hardcover)
03/2011 04/2011 05/2011 11/2009 04/2010
# 9–12 (hardcover) # 13–16 (hardcover) Issue 23 Issue 24 # 17–20 (hardcover)
11/2010 03/2011 06/2011 07/2011 08/2011
# 20–24 (hardcover)
11/2011

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep — Dust to Dust

Chris Roberson (Author), Robert Adler (Illustrator)

Who hunted androids before Dick Deckard? Taking place immediately after World War Terminus ends, the problems with artificial -- androids--become apparent. The government decides they must become targets,hunted down, bjut who will do the dirty work? Two men are assigned: Malcolm Reed, a 'special' human with the power to feel others' emotions, and Charlie Victor hide? Meanwhile Samantha Wu, a Stanford biologist, fights to save the last of the living animals. Don't miss this science fiction milestone that fleshes out Philip K. Dick's world and DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? mythology!

Publisher: Boom! Studios

"#1, cover A" "#1, cover B" "#1, cover C" "#2, cover A" "#2, cover B"
02/2010 02/2010 02/2010 04/2010 04/2010
"#3, cover B" "#3, cover A" #4 "#4, cover B" #5
05/2010 05/2010 06/2010 06/2010 07/2010
#6 #7 #8 Volume 1 Volume 2
08/2010 09/2010 10/2010 08/2010 2010
"#1, cover D"
2011

Electric Ant

Story by David Mack, Art by Pascale, Alixe Colors by Chris Sotomayor, Letters by Nate Piekos Cover by Paul Pope, David Mack.

The short story 'The Electric Ant' (1969) made into a comic books series (in five installments) starting April 2010.

Publisher: Marvel Comics

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5
04/2010 05/2010 06/2010 07/2010 08/2010
hardcover paperback
Dec.2010 June2011