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Elaine Lee

Elaine Lee is an American actor, playwright, comic book colorist and comic book writer. She received a 1980 Daytime EMMY nomination for her role on NBC-TV’s The Doctors and was a founding member and artistic director of Manhattan-based theatre company, Wild Hair Productions.

As a comic writer, her best-known work is likely Starstruck, her collaboration with artist Mike Kaluta which has appeared in both stage play and comics incarnations. A StarStruck spin-off by Lee and Kaluta, The Galactic Girl Guides, appeared in Dave Stevens' Rocketeer Adventure Magazine. Lee also scripted Skin Tight Orbit, an NBM/Amerotica collection of adult comic stories, some set in the universe of Starstruck.

She has worked on several limited series for DC Comics under its main imprint and their Vertigo Comics and Helix imprints. These include Vamps and its sequels Vamps: Hollywood & Vein and Vamps: Pumpkin Time, the science fiction series BrainBanx, and an early 1990s limited series reviving the character of Ragman, Ragman: Cry of the Dead.

Lee has written for Marvel Comics, including Saint Sinner, a Marvel/Razorline series created by Clive Barker, and The Transmutation of Ike Garuda, with artist James Sherman, for Marvel/Epic Comics. She also scripted Prince Valiant, which was plotted by Charles Vess and drawn by John Ridgeway. For Dark Horse Comics, Lee and Vamps co-creator, Will Simpson, teamed up to do Indiana Jones and the Spear of Destiny. Lee’s shorter works have been published in Heavy Metal Magazine, Epic Illustrated and Taboo.

With her sister, comedian Susan Norfleet Lee, Elaine Lee co-authored the humorous relationship book Porch Dogs, under the name Georgia Sullivan.

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