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Edward Summer (–2014)

Edward Summer was born in Buffalo, New York, USA as Edward Toby Summer. He was a writer and producer, known for Conan the Barbarian (1982), Item 72-D: The Adventures of Spa and Fon (1970) and Sirens (2009). He died on November 13, 2014 in New York, New York. See full bio »

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Conan the Barbarian
(1982)
Sirens
Sirens Writer
(2009)
Conan
Conan Writer
(1991)

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 2009 Sirens (Short) (co-written by)
 1991 Conan (Video Game) (character)
 1982 Conan the Barbarian (story - uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Edward T. Summer | Ed Summer

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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As an artist, Summer drew the historic first installment of a nearly forgotten comic strip called "SUNY Daze," a satirical feature for "The Spectrum," the official newspaper of the State University of New York at Buffalo. It was written by Jeremy Taylor, now a well-known writer of best-selling books on dreams and myth. Because Summer was called away, the second installment was drawn by the then ... See more »

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