Douglas Murray is an American comic book writer. He served as a non-commissioned officer in the Army in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, and was the main writer on the popular comic book series The 'Nam, published by Marvel Comics. He worked as a Marvel writer from 1986 to 1991. Born and raised in New York, Doug moved to Florida in 1990.
- The Monster Times various articles in numerous issues (early to mid-1970s)
- Heritage (2-issue Flash Gordon fan publication) mid-70's
- Reel Fantasy Magazine # 1 (1978)
- The 'Nam #1-45, 49-51, 75 (Dec. 1986 - Dec. 1990)
- Mark Hazzard: Merc #5-12 (Mar. 1987 - Oct. 1987)
- Mark Hazzard: Merc Annual #1 (Jan. 1987)
- Justice Machine #14-26
- Hearts and Minds: A Vietnam Love Story, illustrated by Russ Heath; Epic Comics (1990)
- The War #1-4 (June 1989 - Mar. 1990)
- Savage Sword of Conan #171, 182 (Mar. 1990 - Feb. 1991)
- What If? vol. 2 #10 (Feb. 1990)
- Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Martian (1990)
- Marvel Comics Presents #77-79 (1991)
- Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. vol. 3 #24 (June 1991)
- Medal of Honor Special (April 1994)
- Medal of Honor #1-4 (Oct. 2004 - Jan. 2005)
- Savage Red Sonja: Queen of the Frozen Wastes #1-4 (Aug. 2006 - Oct. 2006)
- Jungle Girl #3 (Nov. 2007)
- Jungle Girl Season 2 #1-5 (Nov. 2008 - July 2009)
- Athena #1-4 (Sept. 2009 - Mar. 2010)
- Voger, Mark. The Dark Age: Grim, Great & Gimmicky Post-Modern Comics, Raleigh, North Carolina, TwoMorrows Publishing, January 2006, pp. 31-32. ISBN 1893905535
- Alex Raymond and Don Moore. Flash Gordon: The Fall Of Ming, Sundays 1941-44. Introductions by Murray and Dave Gibbons. London : Titan Books, 2013. ISBN 9780857686886 (p.206).
- "Review of Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Missing Martian". Retrieved 2009-11-28.
- "Doug Murray: Marvel Digital Comics Creator Listing". Marvel Comics. Retrieved 2009-11-25.
- "Review: Athena #1 by Doug Murray, Fabio Neves, and Paul Renaud". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved 25 November 2009.
- Doug Murray at the Grand Comics Database
- Doug Murray at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original)
- Interview with Doug Murray - Slushfactory
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