Doesn't look like the kid has the goods.
  -- Duke (regarding the psychic ability of Airborne's brother)
Home Staff Sharman DiVono

Writing Credits
· "The Phantom Brigade"
· "Memories of Mara"
· "Let's Play Soldier"
· "Not a Ghost of a Chance"
Comics
· Marvel Comics Super Special # 29 (Marvel, July 1984; contains Tarzan of the Apes #1 & 2)
· Samurai: Son of Death (Eclipse)
· Tarzan of the Apes # 1 & 2 (Marvel, co-written with Mark Evanier & art by Dan Spiegle)
  TV & Movies
· Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure: "Birds of a Feather Stick to the Roof of Your Mouth"
· Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: series writer
· CBS Storybreak Special: Hand the Cowdog & CLUTZ: series writer
· Droids: "Across the Roon Sea" (co-written with Ben Burtt)
· Ducktales: series writer
· Garfield and Friends: series writer (season one to four)
· G.I.Joe (DIC): "I Found You...Evy"
· Richie Rich: series writer
· Transformers: series writer
  Books
· Blood Moon (text from the back of the book):
"In the early part of the 21st century, the United Statest renewed its commitment to the space program, building a base on the far side of the Moon. The first four missions of teh new century went off without a hitch. But on the fifth mission disaster struck. First came an urgent message from Farside Base, then a total loss of communications. 

The launch of the FS-6 team was moved up to mount a rescue mission to Farside. But when they reached the base, they found a situation beyond human comprehension. The station was a mess, with graffiti scrawled everywhere, including the mysterious phrase "food for the Moon." Two members of the FS-5 team were dead, obviously murdered. A third died of fright after they found her. And the mission commander and two other astronauts were missing. 

Suddenly the FS-6 team found themselves becoming the de facto detectives in a murder investigation for which there were no easy answers. And hanging over them was the threat that whatever had claimed the sanity and lives of their friends and colleagues might at any moment strike at them!" 

· The Ultimate Silver Surfer (Boulevard Books) an anthology that includes the short story "Goodhood's End" 
· Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm: Man Planet X (Ottenheimer, 1978)
· Tom Swift # 1: The City in the Stars (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")
· Tom Swift # 2: Terror on the Moons of Jupiter (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")
· Tom Swift # 3: The Alien Probe (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")
· Tom Swift # 4: The War in Outer Space (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")
· Tom Swift # 5: The Astral Fortress (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")
· Tom Swift # 6: The Rescue Mission (Simon & Schuster Wanderer Books, co-written with William Rostsler as "Victor Appleton")

  Notes
From The Ultimate Silver Surfur:
· Freelance writer who lives in Burbank, California with a horse, two cats and her husband
· Nominated for two Emmys and the Humanitas Prize
· Written for Bruce Lee and Star Trek newspaper strips
· Member of the Writers Guild of America, Animation Writers Caucas, Screen Actors Guild, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America and the Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators

From The Comics Journal #112, October 1986 (page 96):
"Chase [Craig] edited 'Flintstones', 'Yogi Bear', 'Scooby-Doo' and 'Dynomutt'. I edited 'Laff-a-Lympics', 'Hanna-Barbera TV Stars', and 'Hanna-Barbera Spotlight'. There were three treasury editions done. We co-edited the first one and I did the second two myself. We also did about two years worth of stories just for the foreign market and I edited all of those. Sharman DiVono and Steve Gerber wrote most of them. I wrote almost all the American ones."

Wrote the Star Trek daily newspaper strips (1981-1982; #9-13)


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