Vic and Blood: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog

TitleVic and Blood: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog
Year for Search1988
AuthorsEllison, Harlan [Jay](1934-2018), and Corben, Richard [Vance](b. 1940)
Date Published1988
PublisherDonning
Place PublishedNorfolk, VA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Graphic novel. Post-nuclear war dystopia. Underground there is an authoritarian dystopia trying to maintain a conservative way of life. On the surface is a violent dystopia of male loners and small groups.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989; and with the subtitle The Continuing Adventures of a Boy and His Dog. New York: iBooks, 2003. The novel is composed of three stories: “Eggsucker.” Illus. Richard Corben. Ariel: The Book of Fantasy Vol. 2. Ed. Richard Durwood (Leawood, KS: Morning Star Press, 1977), 6-13; “A Boy and His Dog.” In his The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (New York: Avon, 1969), 208-45. Rpt. in New Worlds Science Fiction, no. 189 (April 1979): 4-16; rpt. in Beyond Armageddon: Twenty-One Sermons to the Dead. Walter M. Miller, Jr. and Martin H[arry] Greenberg (New York: Donald I. Fine, 1985), 332-73; “Run, Spot, Run.” Mediascene Prevue (September/October 1980) [not found]; rpt. Illus. Richard [Vance] Corben. Amazing Science Fiction Stories Combined With Fantastic 27.10 (January 1981): 15-25

Info Notes

A film “A Boy and His Dog” was made in 1975 directed by L. Q. Jones (b. 1927) that was also distributed as “Psycho Boy and His Killer Dog,” “Mad Don,” and “Apocalypse 2024.” The material was re-arranged into a book entitled Blood’s A Rover. Ed. Jason Davis. Burton, MI: Edgeworks AbbeyTM Offerings in association with Subterranean Press, 2018

Illustration

Illus. Richard [Vance] Corben

Holding Institutions

CU-Riv, PU

Author Note

Ellison (1934-2018) Corben (b. 1940)

Full Text

1988 Ellison, Harlan [Jay] (1934-2018) and Richard [Vance] Corben (b. 1940). Vic and Blood: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog. Norfolk, VA: Donning. Rpt. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1989; and with the subtitle The Continuing Adventures of a Boy and His Dog. New York: iBooks, 2003. The novel is composed of three stories: “Eggsucker.” Illus. Richard Corben. Ariel: The Book of Fantasy Vol. 2. Ed. Richard Durwood (Leawood, KS: Morning Star Press, 1977), 6-13; “A Boy and His Dog.” In his The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World (New York: Avon, 1969), 208-45. Rpt. in New Worlds Science Fiction, no. 189 (April 1979): 4-16; rpt. in Beyond Armageddon: Twenty-One Sermons to the Dead. Walter M. Miller, Jr. and Martin H[arry] Greenberg (New York: Donald I. Fine, 1985), 332-73; “Run, Spot, Run.” Mediascene Prevue (September/October 1980) [not found]; rpt. Illus. Richard [Vance] Corben. Amazing Science Fiction Stories Combined With Fantastic 27.10 (January 1981): 15-25. A film “A Boy and His Dog” was made in 1975 directed by L. Q. Jones (b. 1927) that was also distributed as “Psycho Boy and His Killer Dog,” “Mad Don,” and “Apocalypse 2024.” The material was re-arranged into a book entitled Blood’s A Rover. Ed. Jason Davis. Burton, MI: Edgeworks AbbeyTM Offerings in association with Subterranean Press, 2018. CU-Riv, PU

Graphic novel. Post-nuclear war dystopia. Underground there is an authoritarian dystopia trying to maintain a conservative way of life. On the surface is a violent dystopia of male loners and small groups.