Tony Lee is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of comics, graphic novels, audio plays, books and screenplays, including Doctor Who (BBC Worldwide/IDW Publishing), Spider Man and X-Men (Marvel Comics), Battlestar Galactica (Dynamite Entertainment), MacGyver (Image Comics), Superboy (DC Comics), Star Trek (CBS/IDW Publishing) and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel (Del Rey), among others. With Dan Boultwood, he co-created The Gloom and Agent Mom (MTV Comics), Hope Falls (Markosia), Danger Academy (Kickstart Entertainment), Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars and Horowitz Graphic Horrors (Franklin Watts), and The Prince of Baghdad (The DFC/Random House Children’s Books). For Walker Books / Candlewick Press, he adapted the Anthony Horowitz Raven’s Gate series into graphic novels and also created a series of graphic novels with Sam Hart called Heroes & Heroines, including the titles Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood, Excalibur: The Legend of King Arthur, Messenger: The Legend of Joan of Arc and Pirate Queen: The legend of Grace O’Malley. He also adapted Heather Brewer’s Vladimir Tod series into graphic novels for Penguin Books. Outside of comics, his screenplays in development include Flight 342 (HaZ Films), Sugar (Unstoppable Entertainment), Thirty Nine Steps (Damage Cat Productions), Outlaw: Robin Hood 2040 (Hollywood Gang Productions) and the three films Stoker’s Monster: Before Dracula, In the Ring and Also Known As with BoxFly Pictures, the latter of which was launched at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 as a graphic novel. Lee also tours schools around the world with his “Change the Channel” talk, aimed at reluctant readers.