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Name  Mallory Reaves

Role  Writer
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Books  Eternity's Wheel, The Silver Dream
Parents  Michael Reaves, Brynne Chandler
People also search for  Michael Reaves, Neil Gaiman, Brynne Chandler

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Mallory Reaves (born 1984 to parents Michael Reaves and Brynne Chandler), is a writer from Southern California. She was initially known for her adaptations of the popular manga series After School Nightmare (Nominated for a 2007 Will Eisner Award), Black Sun, Silver Moon, Her Majesty's Dog and 07-Ghost. In addition to her work adapting manga, she assisted in editing or producing many other titles, the Go! website content, and monthly newsletter.

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In 2013, she co-authored The Silver Dream with Michael Reaves and Neil Gaiman. The book was a sequel to the New York Times bestseller InterWorld. The third volume, Eternity's Wheel, was released in May 2015.

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Novels

  • The Silver Dream (2013) - with Michael Reaves and Neil Gaiman
  • Eternity's Wheel (2015) - with Michael Reaves and Neil Gaiman
  • Manga adapted

  • 07-Ghost (vols. 1-3)
  • After School Nightmare
  • Black Sun, Silver Moon
  • Crossroads (vol. 4 & 5)
  • Her Majesty's Dog (vols. 7-11)
  • Night of the Beasts (vol. 2)
  • Tenshi Ja Nai!! (vol. 6)
  • Yggdrasil
  • Manga edited

  • The Devil Within
  • Kanna
  • Tenshi Ja Nai!!
  • A Wise Man Sleeps
  • Manga produced

  • Cantarella
  • Tenshi Ja Nai!!
  • Train+Train
  • Other works

    In addition to her work as a writer, Mallory has dabbled in voice- and screen-acting, appearing in the anime NieA 7 (Credited as Mowi Reaves) and the Star Trek: The New Voyages episode "World Enough and Time".

    References

    Mallory Reaves Wikipedia


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