Rich Handley Author and Editor
Rich Handley is the editor of Eaglemoss’s Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection, and he has written books about Planet of the Apes, Back to the Future, and Watchmen, as well as licensed Star Wars and Planet of the Apes fiction. With co-editors Joseph Berenato, Lou Tambone, and Jim Beard, Rich has helmed Titan’s Scribe Award-nominated Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone; eight Sequart anthologies to date discussing Planet of the Apes, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Hellblazer, and classic monsters; and three anthologies from Crazy 8 Press examining the 1966 Batman TV show. View his publications here.
Rich has contributed essays to DC’s Hellblazer: 30th Anniversary Celebration; IDW’s five Star Trek and three Eisner Award-nominated Star Wars comic-strip reprint hardcovers; BOOM! Studios’ four-volume Planet of the Apes Archive series; Sequart anthologies about Star Trek, Blade Runner, and Back to the Future; and ATB Publishing’s Outside In series focused on Star Trek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and The X-Files, with more volumes currently in the works. He writes a weekly Star Trek column for HeroCollector.com.
Rich is the managing editor of RFIDJournal.com by day and the cofounder of Hasslein Books, which is largely dormant these days but keeps several popular titles in print. He has more than 25 years’ experience editing and writing for genre-based consumer magazines and websites, including Star Trek Communicator, Star Wars Insider, Star Wars Galaxy Collector, Star Wars Fact Files, Cinefantastique, Polyhedron, Holland Files, StarWars.com, and StarTrek.com, as well as such B2B magazines as Advanced Imaging, Printing News, Imaging Business, Health Products Business, Quick Printing, Frozen Food Age, Kitchen & Bath Design News, and more.
Rich’s Amazon Author Page
The Complete Star Trek Comics Index
The Complete Planet of the Apes Comics Index
Battlestar Galactica on Screen and in Print: A Complete Index
Babylon 5 and Crusade Viewing & Reading Order
Dark Shadows: The Complete Franchise: Screen, Print and Audio